Chinese authorities accused of inciting murder by offering a higher reward for a criminal suspect’s body than what was offered for clues

A notice from Fujian police has triggered controversy after offering a 20,000 yuan (US$3,110) reward for clues about a suspected murderer but offered 50,000 yuan (US$7,772) for anyone who found his body.Since the notice issued on Tuesday internet users have been discussing it, with many saying the police seemed to be encouraging people to kill the suspect, who has attracted a rare outpouring of support after details emerged about his dispute with the victims.Under public pressure, the local…