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Another Viral Video of a Chinese Mine Manager Beating a Local Employee Goes Viral… This Time in Rwanda

From Sierra Leone to the DR Congo and now Rwanda, videos of Chinese managers viciously beating local employees is becoming a trend, with new clips appearing on social media channels every few weeks.

The latest incident occurred in Rwanda’s western Rutsiro province where a Chinese mining manager was caught on video whipping a local employee accused of stealing. The video shows the local employee tied to a pole with his hands bound and clearly showing signs of physical distress from the lashings.

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