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In an open letter released today, 114 relatives of June 4th Massacre victims are demanding that Li Peng, widely believed to have ordered the massacre, be held legally accountable, and that the official verdict on June 4th be overturned. The letter is addressed to the National Peoples Congress (NPC...
The following is a list of individuals imprisoned for June Fourth-related activities who will still be in prison as of May 2009. The list below is not complete, as it relies entirely on publicly available information—no official source exists. 1
Eleven years after the June Fourth 1989 Massacre (See "Report" session at our website), Ding Zilin and the Tiananmen Mothers are appealing for global support in their campaign for accountability by taking their cause to cyberspace and by allying with regional and international groups against...
On May 24, a letter signed by 108 family members of victims of the June Fourth 1989 Massacre was sent to China’s top prosecutorial body demanding the response to the petition they submitted at this time last year to which they are entitled under Chinese law. The letter, which is translated in full...
In an open letter to members of China’s legislature and political advisory body, the Tiananmen Mothers urge them to break the 25-year government silence on the June 4, 1989 military crackdown on the Democracy Movement that year, and begin discussion on a resolution. The letter calls on the deputies...
A group of 105 victims and family members of those killed in the 1989 crackdown have submitted a legal petition to the Supreme People’s Procuratorate (China’s prosecutor general) demanding that it conduct a criminal investigation into the June Fourth Massacre and bring prosecutions against those...
Re: The illegal freezing of June 4 humanitarian assistance funds by the Beijing State Security Bureau To : The Chinese government U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, Mary Robinson The leaders and parliamentarians of all countries Amnesty International Human Rights Watch/Asia Human Rights in...
At the request of the Tiananmen Mothers, Human Rights in China (HRIC) is releasing the following essay that commemorates the victims of June Fourth on its 22nd anniversary. On the 22nd Anniversary of the Tiananmen Massacre: The Souls of those Killed during June Fourth Shall Not Be Defiled; Their...
Compiled by Stacy Mosher Activist Then Now Wang Dan A history student at Peking University, and an organizer of the Beijing Students Autonomous Federation, Wang was arrested on July 2, 1989, and on January 26, 1991, was sentenced to 4 years in prison on charges of counterrevolutionary
( Part 1 ) ( Part 3 ) ( Part 4 ) Remembering My Son Jielian on the 25th Anniversary of His Death [Translation by Human Rights in China] In 1989, from April 15 when the Beijing student protests began, Jielian seemed especially concerned. Each day after school, he would go from Renmin University to...

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