【禁聞】天津大火死亡人數 官方定格10人

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【新唐人2012年7月7日訊】天津市人民政府7月6號正式公布了「薊縣6•30火災事故」的10名遇難者名單。10名遇難者都是女性,其中9名工作人員,只有一名顧客,沒有失蹤人員,薊縣縣委宣傳部還說,在事故調查結果出來後,將對網絡傳言作回應。大陸微博傳出,事發時商場老闆關閉大門要顧客結完帳再走,導致300多人被燒死。而火勢撲滅之後,整棟商場、連同招牌都已經面目全非,如此重大的火災消息對比中國媒體,只有中共喉舌CCTV報導了死亡人數,但數字也定格在10人,其他媒體幾乎只字不提。

對於天津這次商場大火,天津五大報紙《天津日報》、《今晚報》、《每日新報》、《城市快報》、《渤海早報》在「頭版」、「要聞」、「天津新聞」等版面,統統沒有任何報導。一場如此大火,天津媒體彷彿視而不見,天津當地媒體完全處於缺位和失語的狀態。

大陸微博上一個被流傳得很廣的消息是:商場著火後,廣播裡高喊「不結賬不許走」,隨即商場大門關上,商場如焚屍爐一樣「火化」。此時,薊縣電視臺還在播放著電視劇和娛樂節目。商場濃烈的火勢,一路從二樓向上竄燒,幾乎所有窗口,都冒出了火舌,顯示整個二樓,都已經陷入火海,消防車還沒來得及灌救,火苗就幾乎已經吞噬了上方所有樓層。

網友發貼指出,儘管你們出動警力封鎖現場幾條街,然後才清理的現場,但是別忘了隔壁樓裏還住著群眾,這次傷亡人數 200都擋不住!縣醫院太平間都滿了。

天津市民劉司機:「殯儀館那邊人挺多的,都承(裝)不下了,我路過聽到他們(家屬)在哭在鬧的挺多的。」

天津市民王先生:「好像好幾百人死了,政府肯定不會報導,現在消息都封鎖了。」

天津市民張女士:「它(商場)到週末的時候,每星期都有打折促銷,所以薊縣的人都去。」

中共當局的說法讓民眾起疑,因為「萊德商廈」是薊縣最大的商場,週日有很多逛街人潮,現場火勢也很大,大火持續了7個小時才被撲滅,根據現場目擊者的說法,很多人是跳樓逃生,在這種情況下,真的只有10人遇難?

深圳學者朱健國表示,網路上所說的只是猜測,實際死傷人數不得而知,如果中共當局想掩蓋真相,民眾也沒辦法查清楚。

深圳學者朱健國:「現在在中國這個體制下,官方的掩蓋能力非常強,他一旦掩蓋,你拿不到證據,只能是輿論而已,掩蓋是必然的,那是肯定的,但是掩蓋了多少你不知道,可以說所有的事故,他們都沒有如實的說出最終的真相,他都掩蓋了,但是問題是老百姓沒有辦法拿到真正的證據。」

有網友舉例說,如果在日本發生這樣重大的事故,電視螢幕的上方會流動出現關於死難者的消息,如果在英國出現這樣的重大事故,BBC會連線報導政府的處理方式和方法,如果在台灣發生這樣的重大事故,歌手們會上臺募捐,如果是美國發生這樣的重大事故,就會有一部災難電影,告訴你究竟發生了甚麼。

另一位網友說,當其中一具屍體被認領之後,工作人員再迅速補全到10具,為甚麼這麼做?因為政府說了,本次大火死亡 10人,輕傷16人。

採訪/易如 編輯/黃億美 後製/郭敬

CCP Claims 10 People Die in Accidental Mall Fire in Tianjin

On July 6, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Tianjin
Government formally announced a list of ten victims
of an accidental shopping mall fire on June 30, in Ji County.

The ten victims were all female. Nine of them were staff,
and only one of them was a customer. There was no missing persons.
The Ji County propaganda department said that after
the investigation results are released, they will respond to the rumors on internet.
Some microbloggers in mainland China say that when
the incident took place, the mall owners closed the doors,
and asked customers not to go before they had paid.
It resulted in 300 persons dying in the fire.
After the fire was extinguished, the entire shopping center,
and even the shop sign, was beyond recognition.
Such major news in mainland China was only discussed
on CCP state controlled CCTV.
CCTV reported the number of deaths,
but the death toll fixed in 10 persons.
Other media have almost no information about it.

The five major Tianjin newspapers, The Tianjin Daily,
“Evening News", “Meirixinbao", “City Express"
and “Bohai Morning Post" have no front page reports
regarding the shopping mall fire in Ji County.
With such a big fire, the Tianjin media
have seemed to have turned a blind eye.
Tianjin local media were completely
in a state of absence or memory loss.

A message was widely spread
on mainland Chinese microblogs.
As the fire began, mall broadcasters shouted to customers
that they were, “not allowed to go without paying the bill.”
The doors of the shopping mall were then shut, turning
it into a crematorium conducting a “cremation.”
Meanwhile, Ji County television was still playing
drama and entertainment programs.

The intense fire burned all the way from the second floor
upward, with almost all the windows emitting a flame.
It showed the entire second floor was engulfed in flames.

The fire engines had not had time to fight the blaze,
but the flames almost engulfed all the above floors.

Netizens posted messages and pointed out that despite
sending out a police force to cordon off a few blocks
in the surrounding area, and to clear out the site,
some people were living in neighboring buildings.
In the fire, there were more than 200 people who died,
and the county hospital morgue was full.

Driver Liu, Tianjin resident: “There were a lot
of people in the funeral parlors. It is full.
When I passed by, I saw quite a lot
of family members crying there.”

Mr. Wang, Tianjin resident: “Maybe several hundred persons
died in the fire, but the government will certainly not report. The news is now blocked.”

Ms Zhang, Tianjin resident: “When it was the weekend,
in the mall, there were promotion activities and discounts. There were many people there.”

What the CCP authorities have said is making the public
suspicious, because “Laide Commercial Building” is the largest mall in Ji County.
There were a lot of shopping crowds
and the fire on site was also very strong.
The big fire lasted seven hours before being extinguished.
According to eyewitnesses, many people jumped to escape.
With this situation, were there really only ten deaths?

Shenzhen scholar Zhu Jianguo said that the reports
on the network are just speculations.
The actual number of casualties is unknown.

If CCP authorities try to cover up the truth,
the public have no way to find out.

Zhu Jianguo: “Now under the system of the CCP,
official power cover ups are very strong.
Once they want to cover something up,
you are not able to get evidence.
So there are only public opinions.
The cover up is inevitable, it is certain.
But you don’t know how much they covered up.

You can say that for all accidents, they have never
honestly spoken the ultimate truth. They always covered up.
But the problem is that ordinary people
are not able to get the real evidence.”

Some netizens used examples.
If such a major accident happened in Japan,
the current news of victims would be shown
on TV at the top of the screen.
If such a major accident happened in the UK, the BBC
would conduct reports, showing the government approach and methods.
If such a major accident happened in Taiwan,
singers would go up on stage and conduct fundraising.
If such a major accident happened in the USA, there
would be a disaster movie telling you what happened.

Another netizen said that when the corpses are claimed,
the staff will quickly fill the number corpses to ten.
Why? This is because the CCP regime has said that
there were ten dead and sixteen injured in the fire.

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