Japan Requests That China Provides Details Of The Tiananmen Car Crash
On Oct. 28, a jeep crashed into Tiananmen building, details of which were strictly censored by the Chinese regime.
The State Propaganda Ministry ordered Mainland Chinese Media to use the same news coverage as Xinhua News. Social networks like Sina Weibo were highly monitored.
Radio France Internationale cited Beijing activist Hu Jia saying that police quickly warned everyone that evening not to comment about it or spread related news.
One Japanese man was injured in the incident, so the Japanese government requested China provide more details.
Guangdong Villagers Surround Police Station Against Land Seizure
On Oct. 28, several hundred Xilin villagers surrounded a local police station in Baoheng Town, Zhaoqing City, Guangdong. They protested against police arresting villagers.
Moulihua.org reported that the local regime sent hundreds of riot police to the site. Both sides clashed. The trousers of the police station head were torn to pieces.
The police and the villagers confronted for six hours.
The police finally compromised. After the villagers were released, the protesters left.
Sources say that the local regime forcibly seized farmlands, planning to turn them into a rubbish recycling site. The villagers have been maintaining their rights since August.
Human Rights Activists Investigate Shen Yong's Death
Shanghai petitioner Shen Yong, whose home was illegally demolished, died under strange circumstances. On Oct. 28, more than 20 lawyers and activists issued an open letter. The letter urges the public to form a team to investigate the truth of Shen Yong's death.
Last Thursday, Shen Yong was detained by police for two hours due to the dispute over the demolition. He died after he was returned home. His body had bruises and there were strangulation marks found on his neck. The police forcibly removed his body the next day.
His mother was also taken away by the police, no one knows her whereabouts.
Pudong New District regime announced that the autopsy report indicates Shen died of natural causes. Apparently there is no evidence showing police used violence.
Radio France Internationale reported that Beijing human rights lawyer Jiang Tianyong commented. Jiang says regarding Pudong regime's autopsy report, even they themselves don't believe it. If Shen died of natural causes, why was his mother taken away and has now disappeared? Why did Shen's body have bruises?
Sources say that members of the human rights observation team will go to Shanghai to investigate the case.