Even by local standards, the late Li Shiming was an uncommonly malicious "public servant." His unabashed rapacity and casual sadism eventually cost him his life. Like the ancient Moabite tyrant-king Eglon,
Li was stabbed to death without warning in an unlikely setting -- a
public school, in his case, rather than a summer parlor -- by a young
man many of his erstwhile victims consider a heroic deliverer.
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