"Rescue Charles Lee" -- A Short Video Produced With Amnesty International (Video)
(Clearwisdom.net) Terry McCaffery is a senior member of San Francisco Bay Area Amnesty International group. He is in charge of human rights issues of criminals sentenced to the death penalty. He is also an observer of China's human rights. During the process of continuously contacting Falun Gong practitioners, he gradually realized that a great number of practitioners are suffering from the severe persecution. Five years have passed and the persecution is escalating. Over the past five years, practitioners have been following the principles of Truthfulness-Compassion-Tolerance all along. Their uncompromising spirit in the face of torture and bloody suppression, as well as their resolute faith that justice will eventually defeat the evil, moved this human rights activist's heart.
During the time period from 2001 to 2003, Charles Lee (Xiangchun Li) took part in the activities held by Amnesty International group 466. The group members were deeply impressed by Charles' kindness and selflessness. They consider Charles as one of them. After hearing that Charles was imprisoned in China and has been subject to torture, members of this group made many appeals, collected petition signatures, wrote letters to Congressmen, and sent postcards to the Nanjing Prison where Charles is held. They also visited Congressional Representatives along with Falun Gong practitioners.
Charles has been imprisoned for 18 months. In order to allow more people to learn about Charles' situation, uphold justice, and bring Charles home as soon as possible, Terry personally made a 3-minute video program which has been broadcast on several cable TV stations in nearby cities. This is a call from the bottom of the hearts of Terry and members of the Amnesty International group 466: Kind-hearted people, please help Charles!
Three-minute video program made by Amnesty International:
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Readers from overseas and China who are able to safely surf the following website can sign the petition to rescue Charles: http://www.rescuecharles.org