China Cracks Down Ahead of Tiananmen Anniversary
The Epoch Times
By Jack Phillips
Updated: June 3, 2012
Days ahead of the 23rd anniversary of the bloody Tiananmen Square massacre, the organizer of a public memorial was reportedly abducted by police.
Mei Chongbiao organized a memorial for the Tiananmen Square crackdown in the city of Guiyang in southwestern Guizhou province several days ago.
“They didn’t detain my father during the day, but they came in the evening and took him away,” Mei Chongbiao’s son Mei Zuheng told Radio Free Asia on Friday.
“Now my mother can’t get in touch with my father … Please can you help us to publicize my father’s case on the Internet, so that at the very least they won’t be able to do anything too bad to him,” Mei added.
A well-placed source in Beijing recently leaked information to The Epoch Times detailing discussions about key figures in the regime discussing a redress of the massacre, which has remained one of the most censored topics of discussion within China. [FULL STORY]