Occupy Central Escalates to Surround Government Headquarters
Hong Kong Occupy Central movement’s leadership,
the Federation of Students and Scholarism announced
on Nov. 30 that the movement is upgraded.
That night, thousands of supporters gathered at the Admiralty
claiming to “Target the regime, Fight for democracy".
At 9pm, it was announced the movement escalated
with the supporters to surround Hong Kong Chief Executive’s
Office, Central Government Offices and Legislative Council.
Subsequently, demonstrators flocked to the road leading to
the government headquarters.
Clashes took place between the police and the protesters.
Police used pepper spray while the protesters raised their
umbrellas shouting “make way".
At 22:30 or so, protesters reoccupied Lung Wo Road outside
of the Chief Executive’s Office and set up roadblocks.
The police used pepper spray and batons
to disperse the protesters and arrested many.
Late at night, the standoff continued.
Jinan Prison Tortures Wu Jiajun to Death
Wu Jiajun is a Falun Gong practitioner from Shandong Province.
He was tortured to death on Nov. 27 in Jinan Prison.
The prison authorities refused to give his family his remains.
Minghui.org has reported that Wu Jiajun was illegally arrested
on March 6, 2012.
After being detained in various detention centers,
his family was finally allowed to see him 10 months later
when Wu had lost half of his weight from the persecution.
Local court secretly sentenced him to 3-years imprisonment
in December, 2012.
Wu Jiajun’s health deteriorated quickly during the detention.
Family had repeatedly requested medical parole but to no avail.
He was not allowed to see his family until Nov. 21 this year
when Wu already has a hard time to breathe.
His body was also disfigured from losing weight.
The prison again refused medical parole.
A week later, Wu Jiajun died from the persecution.
Female Writer Xu Xiao Is Arrested on Political Charges
The chief cultural editor of Century Weekly, Xu Xiao,
was taken away by Beijing police on the charge of
“suspected of endangering national security" on Nov. 26.
Her friend revealed online that also kidnapped are China Rural
Library former director, Xue Ye, and Beijing Transition Institute
manager, He Zhengjun.
It is said that Xu Xiao’s arrest is associated with the regime’s
disciplinary acts on civil cultural activities.