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Apr052012

8 years & fine for ivory smuggling

On March 18, 2012, Shenyang Intermediate People's Court sentenced Li Dongmei to 8 years in jail and a fine of up to CNY 50,000 yuan (USD7,900) for smuggling 8.416 kg of ivory. The ivory was sent to Li from France, and she onward sold them through the internet.

More at: http://gongyi.people.com.cn/h/2012/0321/c227937-1491588153.html?anchor=1

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