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Lawyer’s 3rd open letter urge to stop the Brutality(26)

Posted by Author on August 27, 2006

We Must Immediately Stop the Brutality That
Suffocates Our Nation’s Conscience and Morality
by Gao Zhisheng /

gao zhisheng 7-a(cont’d) Chinese government, you must realize that you are a government. Only in this way can you deal with the disastrous reality from the standpoint of a government, in the manner of a government, and through the logical actions of a government. Only in this way can we avoid tragedies like the Tiananmen Square Massacre, the bloody persecution of Falun Gong, or the recent shooting of farmers in Guangzhou. Nevertheless, we have to face such a reality often. The reality is that over a long period, similar crimes towards innocent people have been repeatedly committed without any reason. In response to the desperate anguish that disasters have brought to the people, the Chinese government has always been silent and has even suppressed the suffering people through brutality.

Our investigation has shown that, when facing the believers that are almost all “headstrong and refuse to transform,” those responsible for “transforming” these individuals have completely lost their humanity. As a result, they treat those being transformed unscrupulously to the point of committing all manners of crimes. The whole system has exhibited insanity driven by desperation as the suppression has lasted six years without any success. The recent horrifying incident in which the policeman He Xuejian raped two female Falun Gong practitioners in Tunzhong City, Hebei province in front of his colleagues, is a clear example.

From several investigations, I have found that in their need to suppress the innocent, police can resort to any heinous crimes to achieve the goal of transformation. In the inhumane persecution against these believers, the Chinese police have completely become criminalized. They no longer have a conscience nor do they have any consciousness for law or justice; instead, they take for granted that their responsibility is to chop up people like fish or meat. In the prison within their jurisdiction, a cucumber can be sold to inmates for a price of 25 yuan (about $3), a roasted-chicken can sell for up to a few hundred yuan. Even the sleeping space that originally belongs to public property is turned into tradable merchandise in the hands of the people’s police. Every space as wide as a person’s shoulder can be sold at a price up to 2,000 yuan (about $250) per month. Many prisoners in the labor camp without money continue to be treated inhumanely in the night by having to sleep vertically on their sides. (to be cont’d…)

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Well-known lawyer Beaten and Detained in Beijing, July 31, 2006
AI report 2006- China overview(4) , Amnesty International
Gao zhisheng’s 2nd open letter to China head, on Nov. 22, 2005
Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao: Please Answer the Following Questions
Gao zhisheng’s 1st open letter to China head,
on Oct. 18, 2005
Stop Persecuting Believers of Freedom and Mend Your Ties with the Chinese People

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