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31 Dez 2008

BBC News

China milk scandal 'guilty' plea

An executive for the dairy firm at the centre of China's tainted milk scandal has pleaded guilty to charges that may incur the death penalty, reports say. Tian Wenhua, former head of Sanlu, and three other executives are accused of producing and selling defective goods. State media said the trial into the poisonings, which left at least six children dead and nearly 300,000 ill, ended with no immediate verdict. Earlier, lawyers for Ms Tian told AFP news agency she had not entered a plea…It is not known when the verdicts will be announced.

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China: Sanlu executive pleads guilty in trial over milk contamination scandal that left six children dead

Sanlu lawsuits (re tainted milk in China)