China court refuses to accept tainted milk lawsuit

Dec 9, 2008 Full story: The Associated Press

A court on Monday refused to accept a lawsuit filed against a Chinese dairy by dozens of families who said their children were sickened or killed by tainted milk, lawyers involved in the case said.

The 63 defendants in the first-known group lawsuit stemming from the scandal, including the parents of two children who died, were seeking nearly 14 million yuan ($2 million) in compensation from state-owned Sanlu Group Co., Beijing-based lawyer Xu Zhiyong said.

The dairy based in the northern Chinese city of Shijiazhuang was at the center of China's worst food safety crisis in years, in which six babies are believed to have died and nearly 300,000 became sick with urinary problems after drinking infant formula tainted with the industrial chemical melamine.

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Mirolyuba

Burnaby, Canada

#1 Dec 9, 2008
China's "courts" are only CCP puppets, and the "law" is merely the CCP's tool to oppress its own people; all the world knows this, so it is no surprise.

SIX babies dead and 300,000 poisoned.

But the CCP have SAFE and separate supplies of food for themselves........
TuTuong HCM

Seattle, WA

#2 Dec 9, 2008
AK47's law

Since: Dec 08

Jinan, China

#3 Dec 11, 2008
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