Leading Human Rights Lawyer Rendered Homeless by Official Vandalism

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

China Aid Association
clip_image001(Beijing – Dec. 14, 2010) A leading human rights lawyer has been rendered homeless in Beijing by Chinese police who have repeatedly vandalized the lock of his front door, using superglue to jam it so that he and his family cannot gain access to their home, ChinaAid has learned.
The lock on Jiang Tianyong’s front door was first jammed with superglue on the evening of Sept. 19 at 9 p.m. The second incident took place on Oct. 12 at 4 p.m., when the door was also glued shut. On Nov. 17 at 6:30 p.m. and on Dec. 2 at 4:40 p.m., the lock was again jammed with superglue.

Chinese authorities on Oct. 8 began implementing “security measures” against Jiang, and he has not been allowed to return home since Oct. 21.
The names and phone numbers of the police personnel directly handling Jiang’s case are:
Song Aixin, in charge of Jiang’s case, officer of the Haidian District Domestic Security Department, 13911807506.
Xia Yuxiang, deputy director of Yangfangdian Police Station, 13701139212.
Wang Tao, “beat” cop, 13501385239
Li Aimin, 13801306365.

ChinaAid Association founder and president Pastor Bob Fu urges Christians to call these perpetrators and ask them if they have fathers, mothers, wives, or children and encourage them to repent.

ChinaAid denounces their behavior as lawless banditry and lists the perpetrators names here so as to preserve a record that can be entered into evidence after China is liberated and trials are held like those for Nazi war criminals and the Japanese World War II criminals.

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