(Clearwisdom.net) On November 13 the Zambia Supreme Court held a second hearing in the lawsuit filed against Gansu Province Party Secretary Su Rong for persecuting Falun Gong. Su Rong again failed to appear. That same day Zambian police who are searching for Su Rong issued a warrant for his arrest.
According to criminal psychologists, criminals often have strong autosuggestibility, which includes fear of having their crimes exposed and fear of facing the consequences. As the net of justice nears, their behavior can be summarized as: avoidance, fooling oneself, paranoia, and the use of threats.
The typical response of a perpetrator facing justice is to abscond. Upon receiving a court summons, the lawless Chinese officials visiting abroad immediately flee back to China. However, the net of justice is spreading across the world, and it is becoming progressively more difficult for them to successfully escape. When Chen Zhili and Su Rong were visiting African counties, one of them made his mandatory court appearance, while Zambia's police are seeking the other for failure to appear in court.
With the changing international situation, even if human rights criminals avoid justice in one country, their prospects for future evasion are worsening. One example is the incumbent Commerce Minister Bo Xilai, who incited and was directly involved in the persecution of Falun Gong in Dalian City. Almost everywhere he went in the world, including America, New Zealand, Russia, England, and Belgium, he heard the voices of many people declare "Bring Bo Xilai to justice" and was sued.
To avoid prosecution, Su Rong's lawyer can only advise him to flee Zambia and return to China, hide in the Chinese embassy, or go into hiding elsewhere in Zambia. Should he successfully escape, he will be well advised never to leave China again, otherwise he may possibly be arrested in another country as a criminal.
2. Fooling oneself
Liang Guanjun is one of the Jiang regime thugs overseas. He did his utmost to incite hatred toward Falun Gong in New York. Under the direction of the Chinese consulate, he interfered with Falun Gong's human rights activities to clarify the truth about the persecution in China. He incited and was involved in attacking practitioners. When he was handed a court summons, he knocked it to the ground and attempted to bring false charges against Falun Gong practitioners. After hearing the basis for the accusations from practitioners, the police picked up the summons and personally put it into Liang Guanjun's hands. The policeman said, "This is for you. You'd better take it. "Liang Guanjun had to accept it.
Jiang Zemin dreads the thought of "being brought to justice." According to Radio Free Asia early in May 2004, when Chinese officials visited Germany, one of them coerced German police to demand the peacefully appealing practitioners to remove the banner "Bring Jiang Zemin to Justice." The Chinese delegate insisted that "Bring Jiang Zemin to Justice" implies a death threat, perplexed not only the interpreters from the German Foreign Affairs Ministry, but all the Chinese who were listening as well.
One psychology expert in Germany explained that this is a typical response of autosuggestibility, which indicates that people involved in deadly persecution, and their supporters, are very aware of the potential legal consequences of their involvement in these activities.
In February 2004, Pan Xinchun, the Chinese Deputy Consul General in Toronto, was declared guilty of libel for slandering Falun Gong practitioners publicly on local media. The Chinese embassy and consulates intervened in the case by threatening that Chinese and Canadian relations would be severely damaged if the court ruled against China's embassy officials.
In June 2004, David Liang and eight other practitioners left Australia bound for South Africa. Their intent was to appeal peacefully on behalf of Falun Gong and sue Zeng Qinghong and Bo Xilai, who were on official visits to South Africa at the time. Both of these officials were high-level promoters of the persecution of Falun Gong. On the night of June 28, local thugs shot at and wounded one practitioner with an assault rifle. However, the plotter of the assassination did not anticipate that this incident would expose the flagrant terrorist nature of the Jiang regime to the international world.
Regardless of whether they avoid justice or threaten its courts, eventually the evildoers cannot succeed in escaping the global net of justice. Time will tell.