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Traffic fight fuels claims about noted 'dad'

(China Daily)

10:26, September 13, 2011


Cartoon by Zhao Shunqing [http://cartoon.chinadaily.com.cn/]

BEIJING - A whistleblower claimed on Monday that he hopes he will be sued by a police officer in Shanxi province, who he said was the father of an 18-year-old Audi driver who brutally attacked the driver of a Buick in Beijing last week.

Liu Jianjun, a former reporter for Shanxi Evening News, said in a statement that Su Hao, deputy head of Shanxi public security department, was the father of Su Nan, the driver of an Audi detained by police on Sept 6 after he attacked a Buick driver for blocking his way.

Su's friend, a teenage BMW driver who is the son of prominent military singer Li Shuangjiang, was also detained by police for joining the fight.

Su Nan is allegedly the illegitimate son of police officer Su Hao, who had an affair with a college student from Jingle county of Shanxi over several years. Quoting sources close to Su in the public security department, Liu said in his blog that the woman petitioned many times after she had a child with Su Hao.

Liu told China Daily on Monday that Su Hao has already asked for legal help from a law professor but he has not received any notice from the court.

"I hope he (Su Hao) will file a lawsuit against me," Liu said.

"On the basis that if Su accuses me of libel, he must go through a paternity test to prove that he has no genetic relationship with Su Nan, and that will be impossible."

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