China will prosecute former senior judge Xi Xiaoming from its highest court for corruption. (Reuters)
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China will prosecute a former senior judge from its highest court on suspicion of corruption after accusing him of crimes including illegally accepting public funds, Beijing's anti-graft watchdog said on Tuesday.Xi Xiaoming, the former vice president of the Supreme People's Court, came under investigation in July for "serious violations of discipline and laws", the terminology China usually uses for corruption. Xi Xiaoming, 61, was the number four official in the Supreme People's Court, where he specialized in economic law cases.
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