Monday, December 28, 2009
China Human Rights Activist Liu Xiao Bo Sentenced To 11 Years
Chinese Demonstrators outside the U.S. Consulate in Hong Kong hold signs urging that President Obama to demand that China release Human Rights Activist Liu Xiao Bo arrested for organizing academic professionals and calling for democratic legal reforms.
Chinese Activists should not expect much "Hope-n-Change" from the Obama Administration, in February Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that money is more important than human rights.
A Chinese Undercover Police Thug, pulls down a sign from supporters of Liu Xiaobo, outside the Court House where the Human Rights Activists was on Trial just before Christmas---Liu who was on Trial just before Christmas, his conviction was all but certain by a Chinese Kangaroo Court, was sentenced to 11 years in Prison.
On the 06 January, I wrote here that China began a huge crackdown on writers, artists, intellectuals and others who dared to sign a charter calling for democratic reforms.
More here Via China Digital Times