China: High-Ranking Official Responsible For Persecuting Falun Gong Investigated...(And that's probably all the government will do- say that they'll investigate!)
Chinese Communist Party Congress spokesman Li Dongsheng speaks at a press conference at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, Oct. 14, 2007. Li Dongsheng, the deputy director of the Leadership Team for Handling Cult Issues of CCP Central Committee, is now being investigated, according to the CCP’s Office of Discipline Investigation. (Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images)
 Don't you love the Chinese Government bullshit propaganda? 
This sort of announcement will be proven once again to be just talk to promote China caring about human rights! The reality is they don't.  

And even if the Chinese government was serious - investigated and charged this murderous, immoral sadistic man, there are plenty of corrupt higher placed officials willing to accept bribes to make all the charges go away!

Quite pathetic really!

A single sentence posted on Dec. 20 to a Chinese regime website announced the investigation of a high-ranking official who has helped carry out the persecution of the spiritual practice of Falun Gong for the past 14 years. In doing so, the announcement for the first time acknowledged the Party organization that has directed this persecution.

The announcement on the website of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Chinese Communist Party listed Li Dongsheng as holding the offices of deputy director of the Leadership Team that handles Falun Gong, director of the 610 Office, and deputy party secretary and deputy minister of the Public Security Department, although the announcement used the formal titles for these offices, which do not mention the words “Falun Gong” or the commonly used name “610 Office.”

The Leadership Team and 610 Office are extrajudicial organizations and are operated secretly, according to a report on Li Dongsheng by the New York-based World Organization for Investigation of the Persecution of Falun Gong (WOIPFG).

Mr. Xia Yiyang, the director of investigations for WOIPFG, said, “No formal, official organization and website in China has ever publicly acknowledged the existence of the agency [the Leadership Team], although some other media and websites mention the agency on occasion.”

The announcement not only acknowledged the existence of the Leadership Team but, by listing it first, focused attention on it, Xia pointed out.

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