【禁闻】揭人大开幕日天安门“突发事件”真相 记者被拘

【新唐人2014年03月12日讯】中共媒体周一发布消息说,5号“人大”开幕时,北京天安门处置了一起“突发事件”,其中两人获市局嘉奖。当天,《六四天网》记者王晶曾披露,天安门广场发生自焚事件。目前《天网》记者王晶、柳学红和刑鉴三人,因“两会”期间持续关注北京人权状况,已被中共刑拘。

3月10号,中共党媒《人民公安报》发布消息说,5号,中共十二届全国人大二次会议开幕,10点45分,北京市公安局轨道建设分局筹备组支援民警张新,和天安门地区分局巡警二大队副大队长汪湘江,成功处置一起“突发事件”。

当天,两人还获得了市局嘉奖,中共公安部副部长傅政华为他们颁发了嘉奖证书。不过,这份报告中只透露了少量细节。

5号当天,《六四天网》记者王晶曾告诉《新唐人》,天安门广场金水桥附近,有一名女性自焚,当时她离现场有一段距离,等她跑过去,警察已经在现场收拾残局了。

《六四天网》记者王晶:“之后消防车也开进来了,然后我就听游客讲,这是一个40岁左右的一个女的,她把衣服一打开,身上就着火了。著了之后,4、5个警察、还是安全人员就上来了,拿着灭火器往她身上喷,喷完了这个人马上被带走了。”

王晶说,这次自焚事件,几分钟之内就处理完了,等到11点多,又有几名访民因撒传单被警方带走。之后天安门加强了安保力量,每隔5米左右就站一个警察执勤。

但是,王晶却因揭露这起天安门自焚事件,9号被中共抓捕刑拘。

10号《六四天网》披露,当天下午,吉林市民王晶的母亲孙燕华来电说,王晶9号被吉林警方搜走3台电脑后,押返吉林北山街派出所,下午5点,警方以“涉嫌寻衅滋事罪”把王晶拘留后,押送到吉林市看守所。

除王晶外,《六四天网》驻北京记者柳学红、刑鉴两人,也遭当局刑事拘留。

10号中午,湖北维权人士柳学红的丈夫对《天网》说:北京的6名警察8号到他们家,说柳学红夫妻是修炼法轮功的,而抄走他家3台电脑、两台照相机,和一个硬盘。

9号下午,警方告诉柳学红的女儿说,柳学红因“寻衅滋事”已经被刑事拘留,关押在北京市第一看守所。

10号,河南省息县居民刑梅也告诉《天网》,他的弟弟刑鉴被北京警方刑拘。

《六四天网》创始人黄琦:“三名《天网》记者,他们主要是两会期间关注北京周边人权状况,期间他们拍到了天安门有人自焚,以及毛泽东像被毁,污墨等事件,这些事件发布出来以后,引起了官方的高度注意,最终把他们三人刑拘。”

黄琦指出,《天网》的三名记者是依法行使自己的权利,当局抓捕他们,严重亵渎了《宪法》,违反了相关法律法规,他敦促当局保障公民的基本权利,立即无条件释放王晶、柳学红、和刑鉴。

而刑梅告诉《天网》,警方说刑鉴在天安门乱拍照,还把照片发给《六四天网》创始人黄琦。警方声称:《天网》是专门提供国外消息的一种通道,是一种暴乱,但目前抓黄琦时机不成熟。

黄琦:“最近这十多年,前前后后有数百名民众因为揭露真相,而遭到官方的各种打压,而且我们交往的很多人遭到了官方的警告、抓捕。我想这种情况持续下去的话,最终会进一步压制大陆的新闻自由,造成贪污腐败横行,最终民众会站出来反对他们。”

今年51岁的黄琦,毕业于“四川大学无线电子系”,1998年他和妻子曾丽创办了“成都天网寻人事务中心”,1999年设立《六四天网》网站。因网站登载各种批评时政的文章,引起当局的关注。

2000年,黄琦被判刑5年。2008年,黄琦又因为参与“汶川大地震”倒塌学校的“豆腐渣”工程维权活动, 2009年再次被判刑3年,于2011年6月获释。黄琦现定居于成都。

采访编辑/李韵 后制/孙宁

Three Skynet Reporters Detained For Exposing Truth
about The Two Meetings

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) mouthpiece announced
that two polices were awarded by Beijing Public Security
Bureau in taking care of the Tiananmen Square “incident"
on March 5 of National People’s Congress opening day.
That day, “64 Skynet reporter Wang Jing disclosed
a Tiananmen Square self-immolation incident.
Currently, Skynet reporters Wang Jing, Liu Xue-hong
and Xing Jian have been detained for concerning themselves
with Beijing’s human rights situation
during the two sessions.

On March 10, CCP mouthpiece People’s Public Security News
announced Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau
sub-office rail construction police Zhang Xin and Tiananmen
Square Branch second patrol brigade deputy leader
Wang Xiangjiang successfully handled an emergency
on the opening day of the second session of the 12th
National People’s Congress.

The same day, they also received two awards from Beijing
Public Security Bureau and a certificate of commendation
from Vice Minister Fu Zhenghua.

However, the report revealed few details.

On March 5, 64 Skynet reporter Wang Jing told NTD
that the police were cleaning up the mess of a female
self-immolator around the Golden Water Bridge
of Tiananmen Square when she ran over.

64 Skynet reporter Wang Jing: “I heard that a 40-year-old lady
opened the cloth and the fire was coming out, then the fire
truck came.
The lady was taken away after four to five police
or security people sprayed fire extinguisher at her."

Wang Jing said: “The self-immolation was taken care of
in a few minutes.
After 11 p.m., a few petitioners were taken away by police.
Then security forces at Tiananmen were strengthened
with a police station every five meters."

However, Wang Jing was detained due to exposing
the Tiananmen self-immolation.

March 10, 64 Skynet Wang Jing’s mother Sun Yanhua
said Wang Jing’s three computers were taken away
by Jilin police in the afternoon.

At 5 p.m. that day, Wang Jing was detained
in Jilin City detention center on charges
of picking fights and provoking troubles.

In addition to Wang Jing, 64 Skynet correspondents Liu
Xue-hong and Xing Jian were detained by the authorities.

At noon on March 10, Hubei activist Liu Xue-hong’s husband
told Skynet: “six Beijing police officers took away three
computers and two cameras at his home on March 8 with
the excuse that they belong to Falun Gong practitioners."

In the afternoon of March 9, police told Liu Xue-hong’s
daughter that she is under detention at Beijing first detention
center in charge of the crime of picking quarrels
and provoking troubles.

March 10, Henan resident Xing Mei also told Skynet
his brother Xing Jian was in detention in Beijing.

64 Skynet founder Huang Qi: “The reason the three reporters
were detained was because they published the human rights
situation around Beijing, the Tiananmen self-immolation
and pollution of Mao Zedong’s picture, which attracted
official’s attention."

Huang Qi pointed out that the three reporters are exercising
their rights according to the law.
The authorities seriously violated the constitution
and the relevant laws and regulations to detain them.
He urged for their immediate and unconditional release
in protection of the fundamental citizens’ rights.

Xing Mei told Skynet that police alleged Xing Jing
took pictures at Tiananmen and sent them
to 64 Skynet founder Huang Qi.

The police claimed that 64 Skynet is a channel providing
foreign news and a riot.
But it’s not a good time to catch Huang Qi.

Huang Qi: “In recent ten years, hundreds of people were
suppressed because they told the truth.
Many of our communicators were officially warned
and arrested.
I believe people will eventually come out against them under
the repression of press freedom and rampant corruption."

51-year-old Huang Qi graduated from Sichuan University
Electronics Department.
In 1998, he and his wife Zeng Li founded the Chengdu
Skynet Tracing Service Center and established
the 64 Skynet website in 1999.

The website caused concern because of its articles critical
of the government.

In 2000, Huang Qi was sentenced to five years.

In 2009, Huang Qi was sentenced three years again
because he participated in a rights defense activity protesting
the shoddy construction of a collapsed school
during the Wenchuan Earthquake.
He was released in June 2011 and settled in Chengdu.

Interview & Edit/Li Yun Post-Production/Sun Ning

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