You are cordially invited to bring attention to China's forced televised confessions.
Television as a Weapon of Intimidation!
Television as a Weapon of Mass Deception!
Gui Minhai forced confession on China's state television
WHERE: Pasadena Doo-Dah Parade - FREE, see map below
We are one of the groups in the parade:
The Great Firewall of China Marching Brigade of Visual Artists Guild
DATE: Sunday, November 20, 2016
The parade starts at 11:00 a.m
TIME: Do join us and be part of the parade; please be there by 10:00 a.m.
No experience necessary,
Wear dark shirt and pants. We will provide signs with names and photos of those forced to confess on television.
MEET: Meet on Nina St, between Altadena Dr and Vindeo Ave in Pasadena, California, USA See Map below
Some of the people
who were forced to "confess" on television
下面是一些被迫在電 視上"認罪" 的人
Human Rights Lawyer Wang Yu, held on suspicion of inciting subversion after one of her last cases involving sexual assault of six underage girls and their school principal who took them to a hotel. Wang Yu's son was picked up in Thailand and returned to China . She was released on bail after she appeared on state television in August this year renouncing her legal work and blaming "foreign" forces on discrediting the Chinese government.
Gui Minhai was one of five booksellers who were kidnapped last year and appeared early this year on China's state television "confessing" to their "crime." In June of this year, Lam Wing Kee, one of the booksellers, was allowed to return to Hong Kong to retrieve a hard drive to bring back to China. Instead Lam went public in Hong Kong and exposed the fact that his confession was coerced and scripted by his captors.
- 指 導一個非政府組織在北京提供法律援助的瑞典公民
Peter Dahlin, a Swedish citizen who directed a non-government organization providing legal aid in Beijing was expelled from China in February this year after "confessing" on state television for "harming" the Chinese government and "hurting" the feelings of the Chinese people.
- 維權律師基督徒 張凱
Zhang Kai, a Christian and a human rights lawyer was held in police custody in August last year after he legally defended churches against the forced demolition of crosses. He was charged with "endangering state security" and "gathering a crowd to disturb public order" in February this year after his "confession" on state television. in March this year, he was released on bail.