A leading civil rights organization in China, the Open Constitution Initiative, was effectively shutdown last Friday by the Chinese government, which seized its computers and files — including sensitive files on the tainted milk powder scandal that killed at least six children and hurt hundreds of thousands.
China recently disbarred leading attorneys who were fighting for victims in a crackdown on advocates for legal and environmental protections.
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They will never outdo the pirates in U.S. waters …
The dictators are all learning from each other. People who oppose them may learn as well:
“OCI had backup copies of the materials taken, he said. “We won’t give up, because what we do is for a just cause. We do it with our conscience. I don’t know what our next step will be, but we will continue.”
You took the words right out of my mouth on that one.
Is not China taking our lead? What was that scandal in Nevada? Something about elections…..
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