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China Once Again Parade TV Confession Of More Human Rights Lawyers PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 15 April 2017


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xie-yang.jpgHuman rights lawyers Jiang Tianyong  江天勇and Xie Yang謝 陽 were paraded on Beijing-backed Hong Kong Phoenix TV  on March 1, 2017.  Jiang "confessed" that he fabricated Xie's prison torture and Xie denied that he was tortured.  Xie was detained since July, 2015.  Jiang had been detained several times and last was disappeared in November, 2016.

However, Xie Yang, knowing China's government tactic, gave his lawyer, Chen Jiangang, a hand written testimony denying any guilt.  See below:

 

Xie Yang's declaration on Jan. 13, 2017

I'm Xie Yang, and I hereby declare:

Today I met with my attorney, Chen Jiangang, again. All my statements here are completely true and out of a free heart. I want to declare that I am completely innocent. 

I have been suffering from all kinds of severe abuse and torture since I was arrested on July 11, 2015. Nevertheless, I have never plead guilty, because I am not guilty. 

If someday I admit any guilt, whether in written form or voice recording, it would definitely not be out of my own will. It would be either caused by continued torture or to get a chance to be bailed out and reunited with my family. Both my family and I are under immense pressure now as the officials ask me to confess and stop talking about my torture.

Once again, I am innocent.

Xie Yang
Jan. 13, 2017

3月1日,是維權律師江天勇失踪一百天
中國當局突然安排已失踪百天的江天勇和謝陽律師接受官媒採訪,並公開認罪
謝陽,知道中國政府的策略,給他的律師陳建剛一個手寫的見證如下

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Screening of documentary:- Patria O Muerte: Cuba, Fatherland or Death PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 28 February 2017

To RSVP for ticket: www.museumoftolerance.com/PatriaOMuerte

 

 

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El Sexto Art Exhibition PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 15 March 2017
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Swiss - Chinese Trade Agreement - 6 Points to ask PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 14 January 2017
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The World Economic Forum will be held in Devos, Switzerland on January 17, 2017
China's President Xi Jinping will be attending the Forum. 
The Swiss government will be signing a trade agreement.
Please sign the letter asking the Swiss government and the World Economic Forum to ensure that following six points are guaranteed by the government of China before any agreement on trade is signed.
Please click to sign the open letter:   Talk to China

       http://talk-to-china.ch/index.php/sign-now/
     1.  China to guarantee a legal basis for the arrest or detention of anyone sent to the Laogai system and report any products made within the Laogai system.
     2.  China to guarantee the protection of the environment and natural resources specifically in the Tibetan Plateau.
     3.  China to guarantee freedom of speech in media and internet and release all detained journalists.
     4.  China to guarantee the freedom of movement of persons, in particular Tibetans and Uighurs.
     5.  China to stop the restructuring or destruction of buildings in the Tibetan town of Larung Gar and place it under the protection of UNESCO.
     6.  Swiss corporations and Chinese corporations must follow corporate social responsibilities, guarantee the protection of the environment, Human Rights, including the principle of Freedom of Information.
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请点击签署公开信:与中国对话
             http://talk-to-china.ch/index.php/sign-now/
            详细信息   http://www.rfa.org/mandarin/yataibaodao/renquanfazhi/gr-01102017121855.html          
这封公开信非常具体地在 六个问题上要求瑞士政府、议会和达沃斯论坛负责人根据瑞士法律和国际公认的普世原则要求参加会议的中国国家主席习近平 有所承诺和采 取具体措施。这六个问题是,
    一关于劳改及拘留逮捕人的法律依据问题;
   二,环境和自然资源保护问题;
   三,媒体网络言论自由问题;
   四,人员自由迁 徙流动问题, 特别是对于藏人和维吾尔人;
   五,强拆色达喇荣五明佛学院问题;
   六,瑞士企业在中国的社会责任问题。
 
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