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Mainland Media Initiates Special Investigation Of Masanjia
Mainland media “Vision" magazine published an article,
entitled Walking Out Of Masanjia’.
This exposed the inside story of Masanjia Women’s Forced
Labor Camp in Liaoning Province.
Torture methods being used in Masanjia, like tiger bench
and dead man’s bed, shocked people in Mainland China.
Liaoning officials quickly announced they set up an
investigation team to carry out the investigation.
It was made up of the Provincial Justice Department, Provincial
Re-education through Labor, and Resident Procuratorial Units.
Mainland human rights lawyer Jiang Tianyong
spoke to the Epoch Times News.
“It is so ridiculous that leaders of the investigating team
are the very perpetrators.
Now, they are the investigators, but they have zero credibility.
The Falun Gong practitioner Sun Yi had his file handed over
by the Masanjia Forced Labor Camp management department.
They gave it to Discipline Inspection Departments,
the Labor Camp Commission of Liaoning Province, Justice Department and other department officials.
They all know the case well,
and accomplices to the crimes committed.”
Luo Changping, deputy editor-in-chief of Mainland “Finance"
magazine was doubtful over the honesty of investigation team.
He looked forward to more media intervention, and continues
to appeal to People’s Congress to start a special investigation.
First H7N9 Infection Case Appears In Shandong Province
Mainland H7N9 avian flu continues to spread.
On April 10th, someone broke the news on his blog that the first
case of H7N9 avian influenza infection appeared in Shandong.
One netizen Zhang Tai said on his blog: “A 27-year-old male
had roast chicken and beer in a restaurant the night before.
He felt discomfort, went to the hospital, and was diagnosed
with the H7N9 virus infection. He is now under hospital isolation.”
Zhang Tai’s message caused a lot of concerns
and was being forwarded around again and again.
However, his original message was quickly deleted
and his account was closed down on April 11th.
7000 Workers Strike At Motorola Tianjin Factory
On April 10th, some 7,000 workers from
Motorola Tianjin plant went on strike.
They blocked the factory gates, surrounded the managers, and
requested reasonable compensation for the company acquisition.
The strike lasted until midnight.
According to the strikers, government officials and company
leaders have not given them an explanation or answers.
Strike organizers said the strike will continue
until an agreement has been reached.
In December 2012, Motorola Tianjin plant was
bought out by a Singapore enterprise.
However, the compensation issue between workers and the
factory has not been resolved. The conflict is intensifying.