Nov. 26, Wednesday
Heroic Rights Defenders and Guardians
The followings are the rights defending activities in China.
Police Assault Hundreds of Property Protesters
Hundreds of property owners of Handan City, Hebei Province,
protested against developer’s fraudulent sales on Nov. 25 in
front of the municipal party committee building.
The Local government ignored their demands and dispatched
police to suppress the protest.
Many protesters were beaten and about
10 owners were arrested.
The largest, local urban renewal project in Handan demanded
higher prices for the new housing for an unlawfully
increased area of 7 to 11 sq meters.
The owners are very displeased and troubled
with the additional cost and frequent phone harassment.
Hunan Police Illegal Assault Fang Aiqun
Minghui.org reported on Nov. 26 that Fang Aiqun, a Falun Gong
practitioner in Hunan was unlawfully arrested on Nov. 1
for distributing flyers about the persecution of Falun Gong locally.
Five police forcibly obtained her thumbprints and drew
blood by pulling her hair and belting her in the face with their
She was unlawfully detained for 10 days.
Upon returning home, her arms had dark bruising
and her ribs and neck had enduring pains.
Petitioner Suddenly Dies in Detention Center
The Chinese Website, msguancha.com, reported on Nov. 26
that a 52-year-old petitioner from Liaoning Province, Wang Yue,
was brought back to his local from his petition trip to Beijing
on Nov. 13.
In the local detention center, Wang Yue died suddenly
on the 15th.
A petitioner, Wang Guilan, who revealed this incident
to msguancha.com was also taken away by the police
on the Nov. 24 and has been missing since.
600 Guangxi Armed Police Assist Blatant Land Grab
Chinese Jasmine Revolution website reported on the 26th,
that local villagers’ land was appropriated for highway
construction in Daxin County of Guangxi Province.
But, the villagers receive no compensation over the
blatant land grab.
Villagers tried to stop the construction but encountered
600 armed police dispatched by the local government.
The police showed up with police dogs, arrested at least
18 villagers, and damaged dozens of vehicles.