Vietnam War Veterans Protested Shielding Of Murderers
On August 23, thousands of Vietnam War veterans took part
in a parade, surrounding the police department in Lecong Town, Foshan City, Guangdong Province.
They protested against police' inaction in a murder case,
suspecting them in shielding the murderer.
Wearing military uniforms and waving banners, the veterans
blocked the road in front of the police department's gate.
They asked the authorities
to uphold justice and punish the criminals.
The authorities dispatched hundreds of armed and riot police,
to be on alert, and three buses to be ready for arrests.
According to Radio Free Asia' report, an eyewitness said,
when the parade reached the police department, they sat down in silence about two hours, and left peacefully.
The Jasmine website reported about a Vietnam War veteran'
son murder in December last year.
He was a security guard, and while trying to break up
a fight got knifed six times, but the killer was not caught.
The father suspects the murderer is shielded, and organized
his comrades to protest in front of the police department.
Haywood's Family Seeks Solid Compensation?
For the murder of UK's Neil Haywood, Gu Kailai got
a suspended death sentence,
but neither her nor the other defendant Zhang Xiaojun
said they will appeal.
The victim's family has the right to protest, but Haywood's
relatives kept silent until the sentence was announced.
Now Hong Kong's Apple Daily quoted a source,
that Haywood's family is communicating with Beijing to obtain solid compensation.
Canadian Reporter Spied For Xinhua
Mark Bourrie, Canadian freelance reporter for Xinhua,
has revealed about his work as a spy on Falun Gong, Dalai Lama and other dissidents in Canada.
Bourrie said, when Hu Jintao attended the G20 summit
in Toronto in 2010, his task was to confirm the identity and the residence of the protesters.
When he found out that he was used as a CCP's spy,
he resigned from Xinhua News Agency on April 28, this year.
Richard Fadden, Secretary of the Canadian Security
Intelligence Service (CSIS), spoke about the issue.
He said that Xinhua News Agency is Chinese Communist
intelligence agency and one must be more careful when having contacts with them.
He also warned that CCP's spies
have infiltrated the Canadian politics.
US Concerned About Tibetan Self-immolations
US Congressional-Executive Commission on China posted
a new report in Washington on Wednesday.
It said, since its last report in December,, the frequency
and breadth of human self-immolations in Tibet has gone up.
It states that from December last year to August this year,
33 self-immolation incidents took place, 13 of which outside of Sichuan, with 14 of them being non-monks but civilians.
According to the report, the reason for the new wave was
the Chinese communist government's use of judicial means to persecute and control Tibetan culture.
Communist authorities believe the self-immolation crisis
had threaten the national security and social stability, and do not think it is a result of their failed policies.