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What Do His Hand Gestures Mean?

 

Chen made this hand gesture 6 times during his confession which was aired by China's state media, CCTV, before his trial.

Chen Yongzhou, a journalist for the Guangdong-based New Express newspaper was arrested after he published a report about financial irregularities at a construction-equipment company called Zoomlion.

Chen's arrest sparked a huge outcry from Chinese people and also from the newspaper he was working for. The newspaper made a big effort to pressure the communist regime to release Chen, but a few days later, the chief of New Express was removed from his position.

The communist regime quickly arranged a TV "show" that showed Chen Yongzhou 'confessing' to accepting bribes, but most Chinese bloggers thought the 'confession' was the result of torture.

Chinese bloggers also questioned the following from the CCTV program:

1, Why did Chen make this hand gesture 6 times during his confession?

2, Why did Chen keep his eyes closed at all times during his confession?

3, There are 2 areas of bruising on his neck, are they the result of beating and torture ?

4, Why did CCTV broadcast Chen Yongzhou's confession before any trial?

5, Who had bribed him and why was that person not charged?

6, Why did they shave Chen's hair?

 

Journalist Chen Yongzhou from New Express newspaper (screenshot)

 

Chinese bloggers asked: Was he in physical pain when reciting this statement? (screenshot)

The bruise marks can be clearly seen on his neck. (screenshot)

'Real Bodies' Sydney Display of Chinese Corpses to Close Early PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored   

(Plastinated corpse of woman and 8th month foetus)

 

The 'Real Bodies' exhibition at the Entertainment Quarter is to close on Sunday 16th September.

This is one month earlier than the organisers, Imagine Exhibitions, had planned.

There has been a public outcry and protests since the display opened on April 14th, demanding the NSW and Australian governments close it down because of the failure of the organisers to show consent and proper governance of the corpses.

The' Real Bodies' exhibit includes 20 “real, perfectly preserved human bodies” and over 200 anatomical specimens, according to the organisers.

Prisoners of conscience

There is much credible evidence that the corpses are 'prisoners of conscience' (Falun Dafa practitioners, house Christians, Tibetans and Uyghurs) who have been placed in 'reeducation camps' and killed for their organs to be sold. The plastinated corpses are a byproduct of this evil practice.

A petition calling for the exhibition’s closure describes the display as “inhumane and evil” and “an insult to humanity.”

The International Coalition to End Transplant Abuse in China (ETAC) published an open letter signed by lawyers, academics, ethicists, and human rights advocates calling for a boycott by schools, universities and other organized groups, citing “the lack of
documentation demonstrating ethical and legal sourcing of each body.”

Both Imagine Exhibitions and Sui Hongjin (the plastination factory owner), have admitted that they have no paperwork to show the names, cause of death or informed consent of the corpses.

The corpses are sourced from Sui Hongjin’s Dalian Medical University Biology Plastination Ltd. The company is active in China’s educational equipment procurement network, to which it sells plastinated specimens of all parts of the human body, such as the digestive system, nervous system, endocrine system, genitourinary (reproductive and urinary organs) system, respiratory system, sensory organs, embryonic development including “fetuses [of] 10 weeks to 32 weeks. The company also offers negotiable product prices.

5 month protest

Since the exhibition opened on April 14th, there has been a daily protest outside the Entertainment Quarter.

One of the protesters, Geoff, said that they were pleased that the exhibit is closing early and believed that the daily protest had helped limit numbers of people attending.

However, he said: "The politicians, both state and federal, have been conspiciously silent. They don't want to know about these crimes against humanity. They don't have the moral or ethical courage to call out the Chinese regime on these atrocities. When money is to be made, human rights don't matter to politicians. This evil display of murdered human beings should never have been allowed to open, and it is an indictment of the state and federal government."

Open letter from legal bodies

In an open letter dated 27 August, Australian Lawyers for Human Rights (ALHR) and the Bar Association – along with others – have urged the NSW government for an immediate investigation into Real Bodies.

See full letter here

Making money from murdered human beings

Close this evil display

Last Updated on Sunday, 16 September 2018 08:51
 

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