With Bo Xilai’s Trial Approaching The Chinese Communist
Party Starts To Maintain Stability
Former Chongqing party secretary, Bo Xilai’s trial became
the hot topic of abroad media and mainland netizens.
Overseas media dug up new evidence of Bo accepting
bribery–a luxury house located in Cannes, France.
Mainland netizens also exposed on Weibo microblog that
Jinan Intermediate People’s Court in Shandong
Province (JIPCSP) began to tighten up on security.
On August 6, Sina Weibo netizen @deeply-report
posted a picture which showed
armed militaries had replaced police as guards
at the gate of JIPCSP.
Hong Kong’s Ming Pao reported on Tuesday that
Chongqing netizen Fang Hong who cursed Bo,
intended to attend court but was taken away by police.
Shanghai Petitioners Protest At Judicial Corruption
After Shanghai High Court (SHC) sex scandals
involving judges were exposed,
Shanghai petitioners went to protest in front of
SHC for several days.
They requested to completely investigate judicial
corruption and injustice in Shanghai.
Voice of America (VOA) reported according to information
from petitioners, on Monday, about 100 petitioners protested.
In front of SHC, they held banners and placards to protest at
four judges and unidentified man hiring prostitutes.
They also protested at judicial corruption that they
Yin Huimin who had petitioned for a long time against injustice
told VOA that judicial corruption shocked everyone.
The injustice has created many victims of
human rights violations.
Mainland media reported that whistleblower Ni Peiguo also
suspected judicial injustice and collected evidence to expose it.
Shandong: Police Street Artist Triggered Collision
On August 5, police violently dispersed street artists in
Shuangzhu park of Jiaonan city, Shandong province.
This caused clashes.
Overseas “Chinese Jasmine Revolution" website reported,
in the conflict, a pregnant woman was beaten by police.
It aroused public anger. Several hundred people surrounded
the police vehicles, one was smashed.
A large group of police were sent there,
police and citizens clashed.
After the pregnant woman was sent to hospital,
the people gradually dispersed.
A Tibetan Self-immolated in Nepal
On August 6, an exiled Tibetan monk Gyatso Karma Maang
Dayton self-immolated to death by a temple at Nepal’s capital.
The monk was protesting at the Chinese Communist Party
(CCP) Tibetan policy.
Associated Press reported that after the monk self-immolated,
Nepalese police and local residences extinguished the fire
on his body and sent him to hospital. The monk later died.
This is the second Tibetan self-immolation case that
has happened in Nepal this year.