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Should there be an investigation of the Chinese activist to determine how he sustained injuries?

  • Yes, I think so.

    Since President Xi Jinping came to power in March 2013, there has been a new surge in incidents of violent assaults against human rights lawyers in retaliation for their professional work defending clients in politically “sensitive” cases involving persecuted activists and religious or ethnic minorities. Physical violence by police or state-hired thugs is a continuous strategy against human rights lawyers, in violation of international law, including the Convention against Torture, which China ratified in 1988, and Chinese domestic laws.

  • Yes, there should be an investigation.

    The Chinese activist who sustained injuries should be investigated by an international medical team to determine how his injuries occurred. Were these injuries a result of his activist work against the Chinese government? If so, this information should be made known to the international community, so the Chinese government can be dealt with.

  • Yes, there should be an investigation of the injuries sustained by the Chinese activist

    There are multiple stories regarding the injuries to the Chinese activist. Some say that he was attempting suicide and others say that they tried to rescue him from a hanging attempt but he was dropped. He sustained head injuries and he may have been beaten also. There should be further investigation of the events.

  • Yes, there should be an investigation.

    The Chinese activist who sustained injuries should be investigated by an international medical team to determine how his injuries occurred. Were these injuries a result of his activist work against the Chinese government? If so, this information should be made known to the international community, so the Chinese government can be dealt with.

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