Kangaroo Trial of Fan Mugen Begins
From February 4 to 6, Suzhou Municipal Intermediate People’s
Court commenced an action against Fan Mugen who is suspected
of intentional injury because of his anti-demolition stance.
Hundreds of mainland people arrive in support.
The police instigated traffic control around the court house and
hundreds of police were deployed to isolate the supporters; more
than 20 people were arrested.
Fan Mugen is a Suzhou farmer.
December 3, 2013, he was charged with intentional injury,
because he tried to resist demolition to protect his wife and son
by killing two members of a demolition gang that stormed into
his home and beat his family.
Because of the detrimental effects of demolition on the mainland,
the Fan Mugen case is causing great concern among the relocation
households and activists.
CCP Mouthpiece Criticial of Officials’ Superstition:
Marxism is Dead
CCP Mouthpiece People’s Daily Highlights Marxist Hypocracy
February 4, CCP Mouthpiece published an article critical of
CCP officials that are so keen to burn incense, pray and divine
instead of believing in Marxism.
It caused a stir in foreign media.
It’s commentary is tantamount to the CCP publicly confessing
that belief in atheistic communism is bankrupt.
Masanjia Continues Persecution of Falun Gong Practitioners
The notorious Liaoning Province Masanjia Labor Camp which
is infamous for its draconian torture of detainees became
Masanjia women’s black prison.
It continues to persecute Falun Gong practitioners.
According to the Falun Dafa Minghui report, at least 50
Falun Gong practitioners are being caged there currently.
They are forced to do slave labor for more than ten hours every
day by enduring harrowing physical and moral torture.
Among them, Shenyang Falun Gong practitioner Li Piyun has been
tortured to death.
Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Selectively
Pan-Democratic Lawmakers Boycott event
January 4, CCP Liaison Office in Hong Kong selectively invited
Pan-Democratic lawmakers to the New Year’s cocktail reception.
But the invitations were boycotted by some of invitees.
The attendees of Democratic and civic party members respectively
asked Liaison officer to forward a letter to Beijing saying that:
they did not accept the reform package under the NPC 8.31
framework and opposed the introduction of the National Security
Law into Hong Kong.
According to Radio Free Asia report, the Labor Party chairman
Lee Cheuk-yan said the Liaison office’s selective invitation is
a mean to split the political parties in Hong Kong.