A Sixth Grader Repeatedly Raped By Her Principal
With the case of the principal of Wanning Elementary School
sharing a hotel room with six young girls still fermenting,
a principal in Guangdong elementary school is exposed of
raping two young girls.
Some commentators said that the frequent sexual crimes in
the Mainland involving underage girls have been punished
much more lightly than rape cases.
According to Mainland media on May 23rd Zheng, principal
of an elementary school from a village in Yingli Town of Guangdong,
lured two sixth graders to the dorm and raped them.
The two girls were threatened to keep quiet.
However, their odd behavior attracted their parents’attention,
and the truth finally came out.
This incident has aroused great indignation from the public,
causing many people to question the existing legal system.
Some people say statutory rape is an unforgivable crime.
This unrestrained and reckless behavior may be
caused by a lighter penalty.
It will need heavy punishment to make things improve.
Shanghai lawyer Li Honghua said the law of the Chinese
regime has been created to serve a special class.
Li told “Radio Free Asia,” sexual crimes involving young
girls have always been committed by various leaderships.
Therefore, its penalty is relatively light.
The first offender of such a crime was Huang Song,
a second level supreme court judge.
That year, Canada’s “Sing Tao Daily" reported that
he was particularly interested in underage girls.
Beijing Writer Gao Yu Is Prohibited To Leave China
On May 24th, Gao Yu, independent reporter and columnist
from Beijing, was detained at the Beijing Airport Terminal.
This is her first time being blocked from leaving China
since her release from prison in February 1999.
Gao Yu was traveling to Hong Kong to participate in the
“Independent Chinese Pen Center" awards event.
Gao Yu believes that authorities forbade her to leave
because the “June 4th" is approaching.
It also has something to do with the Central and Propaganda
Department’s rules of Strict ideology and a comprehensive gag.
Chinese Regime Sends Spies To Destroy Tibetan Exile Community
On May 23rd the Central Administrative Security
Department of Tibetans in exile in India,
issued a statement condemning the Chinese Communist
Party (CCP) for dispatching special agents into the exile community.
They were attempting to carry out intelligence
gathering and murder.
The statement pointed out that one Tibetan police, Pemba
Tsering, has lurked in the Tibetan exile community for years.
He has engaged in espionage and terrorist conspiracy,
which has now been confirmed.
In 2009, he was sent to India by Chinese authorities
to engage in espionage activities in India.
Before this, he was a riot police officer in Nagqu.
The statement said that Pemba Tsering accepted the CCP’s
assignments and went into Nepal twice last year.
He was ready to murder two Tibetans in exile.
He used the poison from Chinese officials and
tested it first with livestock and poultry.
The statement also said that the CCP sent him into the
exile community to gather information about the Dalai Lama and other security intelligence.
Pemba Tsering was in an intelligence gathering process,
and he was discovered by two exiled Tibetans.