【禁闻】吉林大火冤死120人难属与警冲突

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【新唐人2013年06月05日讯】吉林大火冤死120人难属与警冲突

吉林省德惠市“宝源丰禽业公司”6月3号发生的火灾,造成至少120人丧生。目前遇难者家属正在通过DNA检测认领尸体。

还有很多家属在火灾现场门口的102国道上守望,期待亲人能从现场出现,但被五、六百名警察包围。有政府官员试图劝散人群。

吉林当局对每个死难者成立一个工作组,公开进行维稳,声称“防止群体事件”,引起民众愤怒,谴责中共当局,只顾维稳,不顾生命。

英国《路透社》报导,4号,一些遇难者家属封堵道路,多名家属跪在德惠市道路中央,并要求中共当局对事件给予说法,而与警方发生冲突。

陈希同六四前夕去世 北京秘不发丧

大陆《中通社》6月4号报导,北京“六四”事件当时,担任市长的陈希同,于6月2号上午9点54分在北京去世。

《美国之音》引述消息人士的话说,陈希同的儿子陈小同和夫人叶子发表声明通报社会,证实了陈去世的消息。

海外中文网站《博讯网》的消息指称,陈希同的遗体已在昌平殡仪馆火化,由于适逢“六四”,时机敏感,中共当局未公布他的死讯,火化时填写的职业是“摄影师”。

陈希同,1983年4月到1993年1月担任北京市长。 1989年“六四”事件时,曾经和参与民运的学生对话﹔被指为镇压学生运动及戒严的总指挥,但陈希同后来否认。

中共严控纪念六四 民众不惧封锁

“六•四”事件周年纪念活动,今年受到比以往更严格的控制。

6月4号当天,北京数十名公安人员封锁了埋葬“六•四”死难者的北京万安公墓门口,“天安门母亲”成员每年6.4这天都会前往墓园拜祭。

另外,天安门、木樨地等一些当年“六•四事件”发生地点,也被北京警方加强了戒备。

在前中共中央总书记赵紫阳的居所附近,也有一些人员在巡逻。法国的《法新社》记者,试图拍摄那个地区的一名上访人员被带走的画面时,遭到便衣的阻止。

不过,尽管官方进行了严格的封锁,网络上大量“敏感词”无法查询,但仍有很多网民以不同的方式纪念“六四”,包括在微博图片中发布穿有暗喻“六•四事件”的小坦克人图片衣服等。

北京维权人士胡佳呼吁在6月4号穿黑衣、点蜡烛,悼念六四死难者,也得到很多人的响应,许多人当天一早就身着黑衣前往天安门广场,在人民英雄纪念碑前留影,并在网上发布。

编辑/周玉林

Families Of 120 Victims From Jinlin Fire Disaster
Clashed With Police

On June 3, a big fire disaster occurred at “Baoyuanfeng
Poultry company” in Dehui city, Jilin province.
Killing at least 120 people.

Now the families of the victims are identifying
their family members via DNA tests.

Many families are waiting on national road 102 near
the disaster site and hope their relatives come out.
However, they were surrounded by 500~600 police.
Some officials tried to persuade them to leave.

Jilin government formed a working group to deal with
each victim so as to maintain the so-called “stability”.
They claimed it was to prevent “mass incidents”.

It caused anger among the people, who condemned officials’
carelessness over lives while focusing on maintaining “stability”.

On June 4, British “Reuters News" reported that
some families of the victims blockaded roads.
Many families members knelt down on
the middle of road in Dehui city.
They asked the authority to give them the reason for
the incident and clashed with the police.

Chen Xitong Died before June 4th Anniversary,
Which Was Kept Secret.

On June 4, China News Agency in Mainland China reported

that when the June 4th incident took place in 1989, Chen Xitong
served as Beijing mayor. He died at 9:54am on June 2, 2013.

Voice of America quoted sources that Chen’s son, Chen Xiaotong
with his wife Ye Zi issued statement to inform the public.
They confirmed Chen’s death.

Overseas Chinese website Boxun claimed that Chen’s corpse
had been cremated in Changping Crematorium.
Because of the sensitive time of June 4th, the Chinese
Communist Party (CCP) didn’t announce Chen’s death.
Chen’s occupation was filled as photographer on
the form when he was cremated.

Chen served as Beijing major from April 1983
to January 1993.
When June 4 incident happened in 1989,
Chen went to talk to students.
Later, he was claimed as general commander to crack down
on students’ protests. However, Chen denied it.

The Chinese Regime Restricted June 4 Anniversary Events
But The Public Carry On

Anniversary of the June 4 incident were more strictly controlled
than ever by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

On June 4, many police in Beijing blockaded entrance to
Wan’an graveyard where the June 4th victims are buried.
“Tiananmen mothers” go there on June 4 every year
to commemorate the victims.

The locations of June 4th incident, such as Tiananmen
and Muxudi also had tightened security by Beijing police.

Someone patrolled around the place where former general
secretary of the CCP Zhao Ziyang lived.
A reporter of L’Agency France-Presse, tried to take photos
of a petitioner being taken away, but was stopped by police.

However, although the CCP strictly implemented a blockage,
many sensitive words were censored online.
Many netizens commemorated the June 4th incident
by different ways.
These included posting pictures on microblog of a little man
in front of tanks wears clothes with pictures hint at June 4.

On June 4, Beijing human rights activist Hujia urged
wearing black clothes and lighting candles to commemorate victims of the June 4 incident.
Many people responded with support.

In the morning, many people wore black dress to Tiananmen
Square and took photos in front of People’s Heroes Monument.
Then they posted the photos on the Internet.

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