【禁闻】网曝辽宁洪灾死尸遍地 当局隐瞒

【新唐人2013年08月20日讯】网曝辽宁洪灾死尸遍地 当局隐瞒

连日来,暴雨袭击中国东北三省,多处发生堤防溃堤造成洪灾。中共当局发布消息宣称,截至8月19号,辽宁省共54人死亡,97人失踪。但是据网上求救的灾民透露,仅辽宁省抚顺市清源县南口前,死亡人数就已经超过1000。

8月19号,网友(你是傻子)在微博上发贴说,辽宁省抚顺市清源县南口前死亡人数与政府上报遇难者不符,据可靠消息,死亡人数在1000以上。网友“请政府有关部门尽快核实,让逝者安息。”

帖子还同时上传了一组死尸遍地的图片。

当地其他灾民也爆料说,洪水爆发时,清原县南口前河里密密麻麻到处漂著尸体。

据网友(楚儿妈妈)发帖透露,当地不仅到处是尸体,而且记者不让进,视频不让传。志愿者送去的物资碗面、矿泉水、火腿肠等,也被政府工作人员拒收,声称只收钱。

有网民质疑说,多地水灾,都不见军队救援,是不是为了证明军队不是国家的?

各地访民前往济南“围观薄案

中共前重庆市委书记薄熙来案,周四将在山东济南中级法院公开审理,大陆各地访民陆续抵达济南,前往围观。

《自由亚洲电台》报导,据前往围观的上海访民虞春香介绍,周一,济南巿中级法院戒备森严,大批警方的车辆和数十名警察、便衣在附近戒备,注视来往行人。

已经到达济南的辽宁访民张海彦表示,他们前往围观是想知道中共当局能否真的依法治国,是否有决心打老虎。

张海彦认为,当局起诉薄熙来的三项罪名过轻,并掩盖真相。他表示,事情不那么简单的,还有一些更深入的案件,应该要查处。他们在辽宁省,对薄熙来做的那些坏事,都很了解。

访民们现在还不知道庭审当天现场会是什么情况,以及他们是否可以进入法院。

广州碧桂园千万富豪维权 遭镇压

8月17号,广州增城凤凰城碧桂园别墅区三十多位千万富翁业主,因为道路纠纷找开发商维权,但遭到八、九十名警察和小区物业保安的镇压,多人被打伤、六人被抓。

《大纪元》新闻网报导,当天,30名业主准备去售楼部谈判,结果开发商找来警察,开了7部警车、1部大巴车、手持防爆催泪枪上来就抓人。

报导说,据维权业主介绍,碧桂园的开发商是当地首富,有权有势,他们没有说话的地方。

目前,被抓的六人中,已经有5人经找关系后被释放,还有一人仍被关押。

编辑/周玉林

North-East China Floods: Netizens Reveal Higher Death Tolls

Days of torrential rain have hit three Provinces in North-East
China, causing burst river banks, and devastating floods.
Official Chinese news had claimed that up until August 19,
54 people have died in Liaoning province, with 97 missing.
However, people asking for help via the internet have
revealed that in Nankouqian township, Qingyuan county in Fushun City,
Liaoning, the death toll has risen to more than 1,000.

On August 19,"netizen@youRfool"
posted a message on Weibo microblog.
The post stated that “the death toll in Qingkouqian is
different from the toll that the governmental claims.
According to a reliable source,
more than 1,000 people have died.
Please let the government organs confirm,
thus the dead people can rest in peace."

The message attached a set of photos
showing bodies laid everywhere.

The local people revealed that when the floods arrived,
dead bodies floated in Nankouqian township, Qingyuan county.

“Netizen@ChuEr mother" posted that it is
not only that dead bodies are everywhere.
Journalists are also not allowed to enter the area, nor
are they allowed to circulate videos of what is happening.
Some volunteer workers have tried to
deliver noodles, water and sausages.
There efforts were refused by governmental
staff, stating they said only accept financial aid.

Some netizens have questioned that many places
were flooded, but the Army didn’t come to help.
This further indicates that the
army doesn’t belong to the nation.

Petitioners Go to Jinan for Bo Xilai Trial

Former Chongqing party chief Bo Xilai’s trial is
scheduled for Thursday, in Jinnan Intermediate
People’s Court, Shandong Province.
Petitioners from different cities in China have
traveled to Jinan and are planning to watch.

Radio Free Asia cited petitioner Yu Chunxiang.
On August 19, security is very tight around the court.
There are many police vehicles, with tens of police and
plain-clothes police watching all the people in the area.

Petitioner Zhang Haiyan arrived in Jinan,
saying that their reason is to see whether
the authorities can really use rule of law.
To see whether they have the determination to “fight tigers".

Zhang said that the three allegations of Bo’s crimes are
too light, and that authorities intend to cover up the truth.
Things are not so simple, and they should
completely investigate the case further.
They are clear about what bad
things Bo has done in Liaoning.

Petitioners don’t know what the
situation will be on the day of the trial.
They are uncertain whether they
are allowed to enter the court.

Guangzhou Millionaires Protest Against Developers

On August 17, more than 30 millionaire
business owners protested against developers.
The protests took place in Biguiyuan
Village in Fengkuangcheng, Guangzhou.
Protestors were suppressed by nearly
100 police and district security guards.
Many people were injured, and 6 were arrested.

The Epoch Times reported that on that day, 30 business
owners went to the developer’s sales office to negotiate.
But developers called the police. Seven
police vehicles and one bus came to the sites.
Police used tear gas and detained
the protesters as soon as they arrived.

Sources said that according to protesters, the developers
are the richest local persons, who have power and money.
Thus, the protesters have nowhere to complain.

The latest news said that among the six detained
protesters, five has been released, with one still held.

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