Tiananmen Square protester turned lawyer killed in his New York office

A dissident legal scholar who was jailed for two years in China after participating in the 1989 Tiananmen Square pro-democracy movement was killed on Monday in his law firm’s office in New York, where he had settled after seeking asylum in the US, police said.Li Jinjin, 66, was stabbed to death in the city where he had long worked as an immigration lawyer, even as he continued to advocate publicly for the many people jailed or killed by Chinese authorities during the nation’s democracy movement…

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