In China, don’t question the heroes.
At least seven people over the past week have been threatened, detained or arrested after casting doubt over the government’s account of the deaths of Chinese soldiers during a clash last year with Indian troops. Three of them are being detained for between seven and 15 days. The other four face criminal charges, including one man who lives outside China.
"The internet is not a lawless place,” said the police notices issued in their cases. "Blasphemies of heroes and martyrs will not be tolerated.”