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10 Forbidden Stories of 2009 in China (7)- Activists flee and testify to human rights violations

Posted by Author on January 16, 2010

Epoch Times Staff, updated: Jan 7, 2010 – (cont’d)

Qiu Mingwei, former editor of the Peoples Daily online internet forum. (Xu Xia/Epoch Times)

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A number of activists flee China and testify to human rights violations

A number of dissidents fled China during the course of 2009, wresting freedom for themselves and embarrassing the Chinese authorities in the process.

Among them was Qiu Mingwei , deputy director of the People’s Forum, the public Internet forum of the People’s Daily, the CCP’s official mouthpiece. Qiu had participated in a July 1 march for democracy and human rights in Hong Kong. When he returned to China he was accused of “possessing secret state documents, and speaking to outside sources without permission.”

Rather than defend himself he chose to make a break for it, and fled to Hong Kong on July 30. Escapees in 2009 also include the wife and children of Gao Zhisheng, a human rights lawyer who published an account of 50 days of tortured and whose current whereabouts are unknown after being seized by the regime. (to be cont’d)

Original report from The Epochtimes

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