Joint petition alerts CCP high officials, Politics and Law Committee threatens the villagers
In early May, 300 villagers in Zhouguantun Village,
Fuzhen Town, Botou City of Hebei Cangzhou,
used their finger prints to create an official seal calling for
the release of fellow villager Wang Xiaodong, who was arrested because of practicing Falun Gong.
The petition letter, which was circulated amongst high level
officials of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), caused a shock.
However, the CCP Politics and Law Committee ruled by Zhou
Yongkang began to threaten and retaliate against villagers, trying to find the original copy of that petition letter.
At the same time the committee stepped up to raid
Wang Xiaomei, Wang Xiaodong’s younger sister.
Currently, a Working Group has stationed itself
in Zhouguantun Village.
The staff of the Working Group threatened the villagers daily,
forcing them to admit that they placed their finger prints against their will.
However, the vast majority of villagers insisted that they were
not forced against their will to do so.
According to report of Epoch Times News Network, the local
informed sources revealed that the National Security Police found the villagers with signatures.
And the police asked each villager about the motivation
of his/her signature and their involvement with Falun Gong.
The police also filmed and made notes.
The vast majority of villagers insisted that their signature
Forced to escape with her 5-year-old son, Wang Xiaomei,
Wang Xiaodong’s younger sister, recently sent out her appeal letter,
urging the international community to pay attention to
the illegal persecution of her family conducted by the CCP Politics and Law Committee.
In the letter, she said that according to the villager who was
questioned by the police,
their conversation was not recorded in full,
and was taken out of the context.
The contents of inquiry record are too different from
their answers. And they were forced to sign and admit.
The Epoch Times News Network quoted a person who is close
to CCP high officials who revealed that the finger prints of the 300 villagers is equivalent to the Xiaogang Event,
which forced Deng Xiaoping to conduct economic reforms in 1978.
The villagers’ signatures will also rewrite the history of CCP.
For over a decade, CCP has been demonizing Falun Gong.
Now events are emerging such as 300 villagers placing their
finger prints to appeal for the release of Falun Gong practitioners.
It shows that the Chinese people dislike the CCP’s continuous
persecution to Falun Gong.
Many people are angry at and complaining the persecution.
Currently, Wang Xiaodong’s 77-year-old mother and
7 year-old child are living together in a difficult situation, without other people’s help.
Wang Xiaodong’s elder sister and younger sister were forced
to escape and wander outside because of the harassment from CCP National Security police and the local police.
Old CCP members were summoned due to calling for Zhou Yongkang’s resignation.
Sixteen older CCP members in Zhaotong City of Yunnan
called for the oust of, an investigation of Zhou Yongkang,
the secretary of CCP Politics and Law Committee.
The main signers were recently summoned by the police.
The average age of the 16 CCP members is over 80 years
old, and they call themselves Unyielding Bones.
On May 10th, they published an open letter, which was later
circulated widely on the Internet.
According to an Agence France-Presse report, an informed
source demanding anonymity said that
at present these old persons are monitored by the police,
and are said to be directed by Zhou Yongkang.
They urged the international community to pay attention to
The report also said Yunnan is Bo Xilai’s fallback position,
and also where Zhou Yongkang’s private plots take place.
Wang Lijun Could Charges Could be Reduced
Bo Xilai’s Trial to Take Place No Later Than August
Recently, rumors said CCP would come to the final stage
of dealing with Wang Lijun and Bo Xilai soon.
On May 23, the US main stream media, Los Angeles Times,
cited an insider that Wang Lijun has reached an agreement with CCP.
He now lives in a comfortable apartment in Northwest Beijing.
The news cited a political insider that Bo Xilai’s trial could
take place in July,
as the Chinese regime is eager to settle the cases before
the 18th Congress, sources said, no later than August.