【新唐人2014年08月08日訊】高智晟獲釋 身體不好 自由受限
Gao Zhisheng Released In Poor Health
On August 7, famous Chinese human rights lawyer Gao
Zhisheng has been released from prison.
Currently he is staying at his father–in-law’s home in
Urumqi with limited connection with the outside world.
According to the Voice of America report, Gao Zhisheng’s
wife said she only managed to exchange one word with
Gao Zhisheng on a phone call from US at at 3am Pacific
time on August 7.
Geng He felt her husband is too weak to speak was unable
to speak loudly and clearly as before.
Her sister explained Gao Zhisheng’s health and teeth are in
Two or three of his top teeth and several
bottom teeth are loose.
Geng He is extremely worried about her
Gao Zhisheng was sentenced for repeatedly writing letters
to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) appealing for the
end to the persecution of Falun Gong.
US H.R.5379 Imposes Sanctions For Violations of
On August 6, US Minghui website reported that the US
House of Representatives formally introduced H.R. 5379
on July 31, which proposes visa refusal and financial
sanctions against rights offenders in China.
H.R. 5379 describes the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)
persecution of Falun Gong in great depth and pointed out
that Falun Gong practitioners are the largest group of
victims of human rights persecution.
As well as visa refusal, the proposal also suggests financial
sanctions including freezing property.
The day before H.R. 5379 came out, the US House Foreign
Affairs Committee just completed the final review of
resolution No. 281. Resolution No. 281 orders the CCP to
stop the organ harvesting.
China Speech Censorship For Online Chat Platform
On August 7, The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) State
Internet Information Office released ten rules for WeChat.
WeChat is online chat software which is now told not
to publish or reprint politically related news.
They also want to have a real-name identification system
for WeChat which caused mainland netizens to react.
Mainland netizens believe it’s a shackle for WeChat
and shows the CCP’s speech censoring is more severe.
Mainland lawyer Yang Zexin told Radio Free Asia that
such rules are against the CCP’s own constitution.
They deprive citizens of their rights to know.