Japan: Practitioners Appeal Against Thai Police Complicity in Persecuting Falun Gong

On December 16th, practitioners from Japan went to the Thai Embassy to protest Thai police succumbing to the pressure of Chinese Communist Regime, treating practitioners in Thailand violently. They delivered a letter of protest as well.

Practitioners outside Thai embassy Delivering letter of protest

On December 10th, International Human Right Day, practitioners in Thailand called for help to stop the persecution of Falun Gong in front of the Chinese Embassy to Thailand in Bangkok. Under pressure from the Chinese Embassy, dozens of Thai police came from the Embassy across the street and searched practitioner's bags, dragged them away and grabbed their banners. On December 14th, three practitioners went to Pattaya, a tourist area, to distribute truth clarification materials. Two of them were beaten by police, and then three of them were arrested, but released that night. On December 15th, eight practitioners were arrested in front of the Chinese Embassy. The police violated the rights of Falun Gong practitioner.

The Chinese Communist Regime has been persecuting Falun Gong for over six years. It has caused deep concern in International society and human rights organisations, as more and more demand an end to the persecution, and more and more people clearly see the evil nature of the Chinese Communist Regime. There have been over 6.3 million people quit the Chinese Communist Party. Yet Thailand succumbed to the pressure of the Chinese Communist Regime. The Thai Government should know what is right and wrong, and should not assist the CCP's persecution of Falun Gong.

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