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The UN's Committee against Torture (CAT), an independent body of experts asked China to provide a complete list of all Tibetan detained following the March 2008 demonstration in Tibet. This request also includes information on their current...
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Subject: Finding Panchen Rinpoche
Aug 18 2008 09:48 PM

Although it is good news the UN is seeking access to Panchen Rinpoche, it has taken countless worldwide petitions for them to take this latest move.
If the Dalai Lama's fears are correct in that Panchen Rinpoche is being held in a psychiatric hospital & is being given powerful anti-psychotic drugs to keep his mind clouded, this situation is almost too terrible to contemplate. But it may explain why no one has seen or heard from Panchen Rinpoche for 13 years & why the Chinese authorities continually refuse all access to him. If they have nothing to hide, why do they not allow free access to him instead of their constant refrain of "he wants to be left alone" & "he wants to lead an ordinary life"?
One meeting with Panchen Rinpoche would be enough to put suspicions to rest & show China in a better light.

I sincerely hope this latest move by the UN signals the long nightmare for Panchen Rinpoche is finally over.


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Subject: Wherabouts of Panchen Rinpoche
Aug 17 2008 12:11 AM

I hope this time the U.N. will show some courage in following through with the inquiry in to the whereabouts of Panchen Rinpoche, unlike all the previous times. That the Chinese regime have been allowed to abduct him & keep him under detention for 2/3 of his life is a moral & criminal act. As is all the Tibetans detained during the March riots.
As many people may know, HH Dalai Lama fears Panchen Rinpoche may be being kept in a psychiatric hospital & being given large doses of anti-psychotic drugs to keep him in a vegetative state. This possibility is almost too terrible to contemplate but one which may be an awful reality.
Any who doubt this possibility should ask themselves why he has not been seen or heard of for 13 years.
I sincerely hope this time the U.M. will have the guts to stand up to China & be able to confirm the welfare of Panchen Rinpoche.
Long Live Gedhun Choekyi Nyima.
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