82-Year-Old Sued Ministry Of Finance
82-year-old Bejing resident Wang Xiuying requested the
Ministry of Finance to provide information about goods China
has sent to North Korean. However, her request was rejected.
She then sued the Ministry of Finance.
On Oct. 8, Wang was summoned by Beijing No.1 Intermediate
Court. When she arrived, the court cancelled the trial.
In Dec. 2012, Wang requested Ministry of Finance
to publicize information.
She requested the information about supplements that China
sent to North Korea between 2011 and 2011.
She was told that the information belongs to the state secrets.
In May, Wang sued the Ministry of Finance and the court
accepted the case.
The hearing was scheduled at 2:00 pm on Oct. 8.
At noon on Oct. 8, Beijing police at Baizhifang Police Station
blocked Wang and her lawyer Li Xuehui.
They had to stay at home and couldn’t go to the court.
Wang and her friends posted the news online of the police
violation of their human rights. The police left at 1:20pm.
Wang made her way to the court in time. However, the staff at
court told her the hearing was cancelled.
Xinjiang Kazakh Clashed With Police
On Oct. 7, Kazak clashed with police in Altay region,Xinjiang.
One police vehicle was smashed, some police and protesters
According to molihua.org, at 5pm, a car accident happened in
the Altay region. One Kazakh was seriously injured.
Hundreds of Kazakh surrounded the vehicle responsible
They argued with police, who came to deal with the accident.
During their argument, a police vehicle was smashed and
turned upside down, the offending driver was beaten and injured.
Later, many armed boarder police came,
both sides clashed and people were hurt.
Police Fired Guns On Tibetans
Tibetans in Diru County, Tibet held a protest for over two
weeks against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) brainwashing.
The protest was cracked down on several times by armed police.
On Oct. 8, Radio Free Asia reported that Diru County has
18,000 CCP cadres stationed in the county for Sept. 10.
They went to the villages to enforce the brainwashing education.
They forced Tibetans to raise red CCP flags on their roofs.
Instead of complying, people threw the flags into a river.
On Sept. 28, police were sent to the site, 40 Tibetan were
In the evening, 1000 Tibetans went to the County Council
staged a 24 hour hunger strike.
They request the regime to release those detained.
The next day, 4000 students went to protest against the CCP.
The report said that on Oct. 6, police fired guns on Tibetans,
and at least 60 Tibetans were injured