U.S. Newswire
13 May 15:53
New Evidence Released: "Self-Immolation" Incident Fabricated to Defame Falun Gong

New findings demonstrate that the so-called "self-immolation incident" on Tiananmen Square -- the No. 1 weapon used to turn public opinion against Falun Gong both inside and outside of China -- was part of a set-up by the Jiang Zemin regime to malign Falun Gong. On May 14, the World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong ("WOIPFG") will hold news conferences in various countries and cities to release an investigative status report.

The so-called "self-immolation" incident took place on January 23, 2001 on Tiananmen Square, Beijing. According to China's state Xinhua News Agency, five Falun Gong practitioners, led by Wang Jindong, self-immolated themselves on Tiananmen Square that day. Since the incident had many suspicious parts, "WOIPFG" established a special committee to investigate the incident. The committee received testimony from informants, and gathered evidence from multiple witnesses and other sources.

At the news conference, the following evidence will be discussed/released:

-- Voice recognition technology proving that the lead "self-immolator," Wang Jindong, was played by two different persons on China's state run CCTV programs.

-- Testimony of the medical staff at the hospital testimony regarding the mysterious sudden death of the 12-year-old girl who was an alleged participant in the self-immolation.

-- It should take about 20 minutes to travel between Tiananmen Square and the hospital, yet it was confirmed that it took more than 2 hours for the ambulance to reach the hospital on the day of "self-immolation".