Chinese police detain sacked San Lu boss
Police in China have detained the sacked chairwoman of San Lu Group, part-owned by New Zealand's Fonterra, as the tainted milk powder scandal widens.
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#1 Sep 20, 2008
I think the Chinese government should turn her over to the families of the sick children who consumed the tainted milk formula. Then they should make her drink the same formula. She should suffer like these children are suffering. Additionally any one else involved in the scam should be dealt with the same.
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