「人權觀察」 9月25號在紐約發表報告說，中國人權人士曹順利9月14號在北京機場被警方問話，並被阻止登機後，音訊全無、下落不明。當時，曹順利準備搭機前往日內瓦，參加聯合國人權理事會有關中國人權記錄的一個培訓班。同樣準備前往日內瓦參加培訓的另外幾名人權人士，也在機場被阻止登機，並受到威脅。但曹順利是唯一一名 「失蹤」的人士。
Lawyers Protest Against Execution of Shenyang Street Vendor
A street vendor named Xia Junfeng in Shenyang was
sentenced to death for the murder of two ancillary police.
On September 25, Xia was executed.
It sparked outcry on the internet, with
Netizens condemning an unfair sentence.
The central propaganda department
has issued an order to state media.
It stated media need to, “adhere to the
information officially released by the court.
There is to be no comment, nor embedding
of links, and not to hype coverage of the case."
However, the prohibition order didn’t stop
netizens from expressing their feelings.
The social networks are full of expressions of sorrow.
Meanwhile, netzens felt grief towards the CCP’s ignorance
of public opinion, and still continued with the execution.
25 lawyers jointly made a statement
on the afternoon of September 25.
They pointed out that the Supreme Court
lacked evidence, and the procedure was illegal.
They made requests to the Supreme Court.
They asked for an immediate review of the death penalty,
and to publicize its opinion on review of the death penalty.
They also called for a change in the current
procedure of the death penalty review, and for it
to be transparent, with a principle of judicial openness.
Xia Junfeng’s defense lawyer Teng Biao posted a statement
on Twitter, condemning the court using the law to murder.
Teng said that Xia is defended himself in court,
and according to the law, he should plead not guilty.
On May 16, 2009, Xia Junfeng and his
wife worked as street vendors in Shenyang.
They clashed with ancillary police.
Xia claimed that he was beaten badly,
and so he stabbed two officers to death.
Human Rights Watch Urges Release of Activist Cao Shunli
The Chinese regime has submitted it’s Human
Rights Report to UN Human Rights Council.
Meanwhile, Human Rights Watch (HRW) urged
the UN to condemn the Chinese regime suppressing
it’s citizens from participating in reviewing the report.
HRW also requested the Chinese Communist
Party (CCP) to release activist Cao Shunli.
On September 25, HRW issued a report.
It highlighted that Cao Shunli was questioned
by police in Beijing Airport on September 14.
Police stopped Cao from boarding a plane.
Now nobody know his whereabouts,
and have losr contact with him.
Cao was going to take a flight to Geneva, to join a
training class at the UN, on China’s human rights record.
Another two activists were also stopped from
flying to Geneva by police in Beijing Airport.
They were threatened by police,
but Cao was only one went missing.
These activists repeatedly requested to participate
in preparation of the Human Rights Report that
the CCP was to submit to UN.
They investigated the CCP’s human
rights violations towards petitioners.
They intended to submit the
investigation report to the regime.
HRW said the Chinese regime systematically suppressed
activists who wanted to participate in reviewing the report.
The CCP breached UN Human Rights Council regulations.
This caused adverse effects to the UN’s
highest human rights bodies assessment.
Delivery of First China Commercial Aircraft Delayed
A Chinese commercial plane manufacturer
has again postponed delivery of its first order.
Ambitions of Beijing challenging the US Boeing and
the European Airbus companies have been setback.
Associated Press reported that the Commercial Aircraft
Corporation of China (Comac) said on September 25
that first jet airliner ARJ21 will be ready in mid-2014.
The Comac Chairman blamed delays in the ARJ21
program on China’s inexperience in designing,
building and certifying commercial jetliners.
Experts said that delays in the ARJ21 could
have knock-on effects for the development
of the bigger and more ambitious C919.