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Chinese Judges held to higher standard of conduct than New York Jurists

Obviously we are all aware that China is a communist nation run by a group of de facto dictators.
In regards to China’s court system, recent reports clearly indicate an unwillingness to tolerate egregious judicial misconduct, which is cheerfully tolerated by the enablers/apologists employed by State Judicial Commissions.
On Dec 30, 2009, Chinanews.net among other media outlets published an article titled: “Corrupt Chinese judges to face harsh punishments.”
On Jan 19, former vice president of the Supreme People’s Court (SPC) Xiong Xuanguo was sentenced to life imprisonment after he was convicted of taking more than 3.9 million Yuan (about 588,700 U.S. dollars) in bribes from 2005 to 2008.
Compare the life sentence imposed on Xuanguo against the 25-month prison sentence served by the Dishonorable Victor Barron of New York City. Barron was convicted of soliciting one bribe in the amount of $135,000, which was after he originally demanded $250,000.
Barron was originally sentenced to 3 to 9 years in prison but because Judicial Misfits are held to a much lower standard of conduct here in the U S of A, he only had to serve 25 months.
In an effort to be excruciatingly fair to the New York Judicial Commission because that it is my wont, Barron was also punished by being forced to accept a lifetime pension of $97,000, which he received while doing time in the joint. Is New York State a great country or what?
If Mr. Xiong Xuanguo had immigrated to the U.S. and obtained a job as a judge in Brooklyn or t he Bronx while he was demanding bribes, he likely wouldn’t have spent more than 2 to 3 years in the joint. What a dummy!
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