【禁闻】启东加强警戒 网传抗议将持续

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【新唐人2012年7月30日讯】 启东加强警戒 网传抗议将持续

7月28号星期六,江苏省南通市启东上万民众和学生冲击市政府,抗议日资造纸厂排污计划之后,抗议当地政府宣布永久取消有关项目,冲突后第二天,启东街头看上去似乎趋于平静。

但是,据《日本共同社》报导说,示威所涉及的日资造纸厂计划于7月29号恢复生产。

而当地居民则说,当局向启东调集了大批警力,彻底封锁了市政府、市委及大片地区。武警在路口戒备,警察在街上巡逻,多辆旅游巴士载着大批警察,在车上待命。

另外,网上有消息说,29号,江苏吕四等多地渔民已前往启东支援,抗议还将持续。南通市港闸区港健养鸽场法人戴宝健也透露,28号游行的群众并没有散去,一直在湘安(音)广场聚集。反污染游行在随后两天还将继续,江苏省的武警都已经调往启东,南通市里基本看不到警察,也被调往启东。

有网友说,一场风暴即将来临!呼吁全国网友持续关注!

拍摄启东警察施暴 日本记者遭群殴

据日本媒体报导,日本《朝日新闻》驻上海支局长奥寺淳,7月28号在江苏省南通市启东采访民众抗议行动过程中,遭到当地警察群殴,照相机和外国人记者证也被夺走。

报导说,28号中午12点半左右,在启东市公安局门前的路上,奥寺淳正在拍摄多名警官殴打参加抗议者时,突然被15-20名警察围住,并夺走照相机。奥寺淳立即声明自己是记者,但是,他遭到几十秒钟的殴打,头部被脚踢,还有警察骑在他身上打他。被打后,奥寺淳将自己的记者证拿出来给警察看,但是立即被警察收走。

日本驻上海总领事馆已向中共当局提出了强烈的抗议,要求警察立即归还照相机,并回复原状。 《朝日新闻》社也提出了抗议,要求防止再度发生这类侵害记者采访的行为。

编辑/周玉林

Qidong Strengthens Police, Online Protests Continue

On July 28, tens of thousands of residents in Qidong district,
Nantong, Jiangsu Province went on protest.
They attacked the city government building
over Japanese paper mill’s wastewater discharge plan.
The government declared to permanently cancel the project,
but two days later Qidong’s streets are strangely calm.

According to Kyodo News’ report, the Japanese paper mills
affected by the protest will resume operation on July 29.

Local resident said, the regime has gathered huge amounts
of police in Qidong, completely blockading large areas,
including the city government building,
the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) edifice.
Armed police are on guard, police are patrolling the streets,
many full of police buses are awaiting orders.

It’s rumored online that on July 29, fishermen from Lusi
and other areas are going to Qidong to support the protest.
Mr. Dai Baojian from Nantong Gangzha district said,
the protest crowd from the 28th did not disperse, and has continued to gather at the Xiangan Plaza.
The demonstration will continue in the next two days,
armed police from all over Jiangsu were called to Qidong.

Netizen wrote, ‘a storm is coming!’ He called netizens
around the country to continue with their support.

Japanese reporter was beaten by groups of police.

A report by Japanese newspaper Asahi Shimbun disclosed
information about an incident with its journalist in Qidong.
Atsushi Okudera, a correspondent of its Shanghai Bureau,
was beaten by group of police for covering the protest.
His camera and press ID were confiscated
by the Chinese authorities.

The report says, “Okudera, 41, was attacked while
taking pictures of demonstrators under attack by the police.
He was on the street in front of the municipal
police building in Qidong.
All of a sudden, his camera was seized by police and 15-20
officers surrounded him and shoved him to the ground.
Although Okudera identified himself as a reporter,
police kicked him for about 20 seconds. One of the officers jumped on him.
Police seized his press ID when he showed it to them
after they stopped beating him and didn’t return his camera, which contained images he took of the protest.”

Japanese Consulate General in Shanghai has expressed
strong protest, demanding that police immediately return the camera, and repair it to its original condition.
Asahi Shimbun has also express protest, demanding
that measures need to be taken to prevent such incidents of violence against reporters from happening.

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