Thailand: CCP Instigates Thai Police to Encroach on Falun Gong Practitioners' Human Rights

December 10th, 2005, was International Human Rights Day. On this day, opposite the Chinese Embassy in Thailand, police interfered with a group of Falun Gong practitioners peacefully protesting there. The Thai police were incited to do so by Chinese Embassy officials. Practitioners' human rights were seriously abused.

Practitioners protest Chinese police's act of violence

In order to protest the rape of women Falun Gong practitioners by depraved policeman He Xuejian from Hebei Province, and call for an end to the persecution of Falun Gong, for several consecutive days, some Falun Gong practitioners sat quietly on the roadside opposite the Chinese Embassy, clarified the truth and distributed truth clarification materials to passersby. Many people showed their support for the practitioners' efforts.

Police search practitioners' bags Plainclothed police check practitioners' passports Police force practitioners to leave

Thailand's World Journal published a photo report on this activity on December 9th, 2005. But since December 9th, many police officers came over to attempt to take the practitioners away with an excuse of checking their identification documents. In particular, at noon on December 10th, some police officers and vehicles came in and out of the Chinese Embassy. Under the Chinese Embassy's instruction, several dozen police and plainclothes police came across the street, searched practitioners' bags, dragged them and snatched away their banners, creating great interference. When the practitioners told the police about the truth of Falun Gong and exposed the Chinese Embassy's evil deeds, some police officers expressed that they did not want to come, but the Chinese Embassy asked them to do so.

Fourteen-year-old practitioner's hand injured Practitioner's bag torn

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