China - Knife-wielding man stabs 28 children, 3 adults at kindergarten in China


Can't wait for softball and baseball to start :-)
Sep 10, 2008
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Five of the students were in critical condition in the hospital in Jiangsu province, said Zhu Guiming, an official with the propaganda department in Taixing city. Zhu said two teachers and a security guard also were hurt in the attack that happened early in the school day.

The attacker was a 47-year-old local man, the official Xinhua News Agency reported. It said many of the victims were 4 years old and in the same class at the Zhongxin Kindergarten.

The violence was the latest in a string of attacks on young children at Chinese schools. On Wednesday, a man broke into a primary school in Guangdong province in southern China and wounded 15 students and a teacher in a knife attack.


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Apr 13, 2009
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Apr 6, 2010
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A former doctor was executed in China the other day for killing 8 schoolchildren in a murderous rampage just last month. Now that's swift justice!

More background on that crime:

What's going on over there with all these attacks on schoolchildren??


I was wondering the same thing, but loving the justice served over there. Here he'd be treated in a humane manner for a few years before trial. Kill 'em all, let God sort 'em out.


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Sep 21, 2009
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we got plenty we could use that kind of justice on here........


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Aug 21, 2008
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I'll add this story here, since it's along the same lines. WTH is going on???

5 kindergarten students hurt in hammer attack, 3rd assault on a Chinese school in 3 days

farmer attacked kindergarten students with a hammer, injuring five, before burning himself to death Friday in China's third such assault in as many days and prompting the government to demand stricter school security nationwide.

Wang Yonglai used a motorcycle to break down the gate of the Shangzhuang Primary School in the eastern city of Weifang and struck a teacher who tried to block him before hitting students with the hammer, the official Xinhua News Agency said.

Wang then grabbed two children before pouring gasoline over his body and setting fire to himself. Teachers were able to pull the children away to safety, but Wang died. None of the five injured students had life-threatening injuries, Xinhua said.

The hammer attack follows a rampage Thursday by a 47-year-old unemployed man armed with an eight-inch (20-centimeter) knife at a kindergarten. Some 29 students, aged 4 or 5 years old, were wounded, five of them seriously at the school in Taixing city in neighboring Jiangsu province.

And on Wednesday, a 33-year-old former teacher broke into a primary school in the city of Leizhou in southern Guangdong province and wounded 15 students and a teacher with a knife. The attacker had been on sick leave from another school since 2006 for mental health problems.

In all, there have been five such attacks on schools in just over a month and many more in preceding months and years — although gun crime and other extreme violence in China is comparatively rare. Sociologists suspect the recent school rampages — usually by lone, male attackers — could be copycat actions.