In the afternoon of June 5, a man armed with a knife killed six people and injured 14 others on a commercial pedestrian street in Yingjiang District, Anqing City, Anhui Province, in a tragic attack.
The Associated Press reported that an unemployed man, who was “pessimistic and pessimistic about his family,” had been taken into criminal compulsory measures. The local police did not inform the motive of the crime. Video circulating online showed several injured pedestrians covered in blood and multiple bloodstains on the sidewalk.
This is the latest of more than a dozen vicious random attacks in China in recent weeks.
According to incomplete statistics, on June 5 in Meishan, Sichuan, a man killed two people in a barber store and then fled, the police issued a maximum reward of 100,000 yuan in the hope of coordinating the investigation.
June 3 in Liuzhou, Guangxi, a 42-year-old man in the community with a knife wound, the scene of two people died of injuries too serious resuscitation.
On May 29 in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, a 41-year-old man committed murder due to a relationship dispute, driving over his ex-wife in the street, crashing and fleeing, stabbing people with a knife, injuring a total of seven people, attempting suicide, and sending a total of eight people to the hospital for treatment. On the same day, a murder case occurred in Shengzhou City, Zhejiang Province, resulting in 3 deaths and 2 injuries.
On May 28 in Chenzhou, Hunan Province, five elementary school students were hacked by a man outside their school. On the same day, a man stabbed a woman and man with a knife on Chemical Road in Chucheng Street, Yiwu, Zhejiang. The same day in Wuhan, Hubei, a man armed with a knife outside a community wounded, the suspect was controlled. Police said that someone was injured, no one died.
May 24 in Renqiu, Hebei, a high school outside a hacking incident, resulting in three people injured, including a parent and two students, one of the injured in serious condition. The man who committed the murder is 30 years old and unemployed.
May 23 in Nanchang, Jiangxi, a man with a knife wounded people, resulting in one death and one injury. The suspect committed suicide after the crime.
On May 22, a serious traffic accident occurred in front of Dalian Labor Park, a car slammed into pedestrians crossing the road without any sign of slowing down, resulting in four deaths and three injuries. The man who was caught by the police after the hit-and-run was 31 years old.
In Shanghai on May 17, a woman slashed five people with a knife in the Focus Media Shanghai office building. The perpetrator claimed that she entered the office building to look for someone due to an emotional dispute, and later got emotional and injured people with a fruit knife.
On May 8 in Qingpu, Shanghai, a man with a knife killed a man and then fled to a nearby supermarket with a knife and held a clerk. The suspect was shot dead by police and the hostage was rescued unharmed.
Another recent case that shocked the community was a major knife attack on a kindergarten in Beiliu, Yulin, Guangxi on April 28, which left two people dead and 16 injured. 18 of the dead and injured were two teachers and 16 young children. The webcam shows a number of children injured in the kindergarten’s play area, with a lot of blood on their bodies and some children sitting on the ground crying.
The occurrence of so many vicious cases in just two months raises questions about law and order in China. However, most Chinese media have not followed up with in-depth analysis beyond simple reports. After the Anqing killings, the vast majority of Chinese media remained silent, with some official websites and micro-blogs beginning to take the wind out of the sails in an attempt to divert public attention. According to a report by the Central News Agency, just as the CCP’s propaganda machine is in full gear singing the praises of the “centennial party celebration,” these vicious cases have continued to slap the CCP in the face, showing that the CCP spends huge sums of money to “maintain stability,” but only to maintain the stability of the regime, not the people and society. The Central News Agency (CNA) also quoted a netizen as saying that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has been spending a lot of money on “stability maintenance.
The Central News Agency also quoted a commentary by a netizen as saying, “The social injustice and public discontent in the Communist Party of China today, the suppression of private enterprises, which absorb the most jobs, and the expulsion of foreign enterprises, and the obvious downward trend of the economy, are superficially impressive, but in reality, the outside of the golden jade is not what it seems, and the lack of expression and avenues of catharsis, just like a pressure cooker whose life span has expired, will sooner or later explode. ”