Police in Hefei Detain 10-Year-Old Girl
On February 27, 10-year-old girl Zhang Anni was violently
taken away by four police from Hupo village police station.
At the time, she was studying in Hupo
Primary School, in Hefei, Anhui Province.
She was forcibly taken away from school
and detained for 3.5 hours in the police station.
Then, she was taken away from Hefei in a van away.
According to Anni’s father, Anhui dissident Zhang Lin
exposed in his micro blog that on the afternoon of that day,
police from Hupo village police station rushed into his home.
They robbed his phone and 3,900 Yuan money.
After being detained by police, Zhang told the police that his
daughter finishes school at 15:30, and he had to meet her.
Hupo police station sent four police to kidnap the
girl and force the school to stop her from studying.
Zhang said that after being illegally
detained for 20 hours, Anni was freed.
However, she was too frighten to sleep.
Her heart was full of hatred, and said she
would take revenge when she got older.
Now, Anni is wandering with her father.
Tiananmen Mothers Appeal Again to Redress June 4.
On 28 February, 123 Tiananmen mothers issued
a public letter to the People Congress and People’s Political Consultative Conference.
It called for justice for those who died during the Tiananmen
Square Massacre, which still remains unresolved.
The public letter restated “truth, compensation, responsibility”,
and in addition, National People’s Congress should propose
a special case to discuss and deliberate.
They should pass a decision to resolve these events.
The public letter pointed out that the new leadership should
face the past and correct the wrongs of the former leaders.
Scholars Joint Letter to Protest CCP stop citizen’s proposal.
100-plus scholars and civil rights persons jointly wrote
a letter to appeal to the National People’s Congress.
It asks for the acceptance of the citizens
proposal for an “"International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR)”.
The proposal has been forbidden by the CCP.
It was deleted from websites
such as Baidu and Sina Weibo.
The first time it was published on social media, it was
listed as “involving illegal content, and can’t be published”.
On February 28, those who wrote the letter called for the
Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to immediately to stop
the illegal actions of blocking, and deleting citizen proposals.
Petitioners Calll for President of the Supreme Court to be Removed.
On February 27, over a hundred petitioners from different
places gathered around the south railway station in Beijing.
They held slogans and asked for the removal
of the President of the Supreme Court.
According to a report from “Radio Free Asia”, petitioners
said that during their petition, the local courts would not
respond, and their grievances couldn’t be solved.
They traveled to Beijing in the hope of seeking
help, but the Supreme Court refused them.
They think that if the Supreme Court can
act lawfully, local courts will be lawful.
The report quoted Liaoning petitioner Wang Fuquan.
Asking for the removal of the President of the
Supreme Court was only a form of protest.
In their hearts, they know clearly that the root of the
problem is the CCP system, and not a single person.