Masanjia Labor Camp Torture Victims Demand State Compensation
Six torture victims of Masanjia Labor Camp, including
Wang Yuping, Liu Hua and Hao Wei,
petitioned the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) Ministry of Justice
and Ministry of Public Security on Monday and Tuesday.
They are sueing Liaoning’s provincial judicial system and public
security system over persecution charges, and demand
compensation from the authority.
According to Boxun (boxun.com), the six victims are jointly
accusing Liaoning’s provincial judicial system of abuse of power,
and colluding with public security officers to conduct illegal
abductions and forced labor against them.
All victims have been tortured at the notorious
Masanjia Labor camp.
Their bodies were abused and have consequently endured
The petitioners demand that the CCP take legal action
against those police persecutors and compensation
The two-day petition has yet to receive any official
response from the CCP.
Worldwide Criticism of CCP for Abducting a Chinese Assistant of German Newspaper
Zhang Miao, a Chinese assistant reporter working in Beijing
for Die Zeit, the German newspaper,
has been incarcerated by the CCP for over three months
because of her support for Hong Kong’s
Occupy Central demonstrations.
There is currently no update about Zhang’s status.
Ms. Kockritz, the Germany journalist who hired Zhang,
published an article to uncover the story.
Her article is a shock to Germany and Europe, and has drawn
great attention from the public.
Some major German media reported the story, with
comments that the working condition for foreign reporters
in China had become worse in recent years.
International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) also made
a statement strongly criticizing the CCP’s illegal
detention of Zhang Miao.
Yi Junqing’s High-Profile Public Appearance Ridiculed by VOA
Yi Junqing, former head of the CCP’s Compilation and
Translation Bureau of the Central Committee, was dismissed
two years ago following a sex scandal.
However, Yi made a high-profile public appearance
recently. Yi was consequently ridiculed by foreign media
and heavily criticized by Chinese netizens.
In January 2013, the CCP’s “top Marxist scholar" and
head of the Central Compilation and Translation Bureau,
Yi Junqing was officially dismissed for “lifestyle issues”
after he was exposed to sleep with his married subordinate
Chang Yan 17 times in hotel.
Recently, Chinese media suddenly made a high-profile
report about Yi Junqing’s attendance of an event
in Heilongjiang University.
Yi made a speech at the event. The news quickly
became a hot topic among the public.
On Jan.20, Voice of America published an article titled
“From Sex Scandal to the Rostrum: A Magnificent Return
of Marxism Authority".
The article is clearly a ridicule of the Marxist expert
dismissed in a sex scandal.
Chinese netizens did the same thing two years ago.
They keep execrating Yi Junqing with comments like
“Talk Nobly and Behave Dirty".