(Clearwisdom.net) At around 10 a.m. on December 16, local practitioners rallied in front of the Thai Consulate in New York to protest Thai police violence against practitioners.
Starting on December 6, Thailand Falun Gong practitioners quietly sat on the sidewalk opposite the Chinese Embassy to Thailand to protest the rape of two women practitioners by Hebei policeman He Xuejian and call for the international community to help stop the brutal persecution happening in China. Since December 9, 2005, Thai police has repeatedly encroached upon local Falun Gong practitioners' human rights under the incitement of the CCP. On December 10, instigated by the Chinese Embassy, Thai police violently interfered with the practitioners' protest in front of the Embassy. On December 14, three practitioners who handed out truth clarification materials were beaten by the Thai police at Pattaya. On December 15, eight practitioners were arrested by Thai police in front of the Chinese Embassy. Later, one practitioner was released, but the other seven practitioners are still being detained at the Immigration Bureau. They have started a hunger strike. The practitioners' human rights have been repeatedly violated.
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