據《BBC》中文網引述目擊者倪女士的話說，在抗議中被警察打傷的民眾有數百人，其中有一位婦女的三根肋骨被打斷，還有一人臉部被打得鮮血直流。她還說， 28號，她一位參加抗議的同學，親眼看到十幾名警察毆打一位手無寸鐵的人， 把他的頭打出血。
Witness Said hundreds were Injured in Ningbo Protests
On Oct. 29, police in Ningbo claimed that no serious incidents
occurred nor was anyone killed during PX Project protests.
However, local people revealed that
the police didn’t tell the truth.
The BBC Chinese website cited Ms Ni, a witness who said
that hundreds of protesters were injured during the protests.
One woman’s three ribs were broken and one protester’s face
was filled with blood.
Ni also said that on Oct. 28, her friend who was in the protest
saw a dozen police beat a vulnerable man on his head until he bled.
Regarding what Ningbo police says, Ni said that although
no one saw dead bodies, some people placed urns and wreaths nearby the protest site.
It is unclear whether the deceased are connected
to the protests or if they were students.
Ni also said that local people spread a rumor
that a wealthy person’s child also died.
Normal Gathering Prevented to Ensure 18th National Congress’ Stability
As the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) 18th National
Congress approaches, maintaining stability is intensifying.
People’s routine gatherings are prohibited.
Radio Free Asia reported that on Oct. 28, 10 citizens from
Suzhou City, Jiangshu province, held a regular meeting at a tea restaurant, but were stopped by police.
Some people received warning from police and work units
requesting them not to participate.
Seven of them were taken away by police, five were
detained, and two others were stopped inside restaurants.
In addition, an advocacy Group website reported that
on Oct. 29 netizens who had a regular gathering in a park
were dismissed by National Security personnel
and three of them were taken to a police station.
Villager Cadres Embezzled One Billion Yuan By Selling Land
Recently, disputes took place in Liantang village of
Thousands of local villagers protested the actions
of village cadres, who sold farmland privately.
Over 1 billion yuan of the income was embezzled by cadres.
On Oct. 27, villagers protested on a motorway, shouting,
“Return my land, down with the corrupt officials.”
The authority sent hundreds of riot police to dispel protesters
and at least one villager was injured and taken to hospital.
One and a half hours later protesters left, but some protesters
declared to fight until the end.
Yuan Tengfei Challenges CCP’s Words
On Oct. 28, Yuan Tengfei, a controversial history teacher,
published remarks going against the CCP.
On his microblog, he posted that Zhang Zhixin, a CCP
member, was persecuted to death during the Cultural Revolution.
He said, some people said Zhang should die according
to the law at that time, the killers did it according to the law.
According to this theory, people held in Zazi Cave and Nazi
concentration camps should have died, as the killers were also law enforcers.”
Yuan’s opinions immediately circulated and provoked
waves of discussion.