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Readers' Comments on "China to charge those ‘inciting’ Tibet self-immolations with murder"
In a further hardening of stance on the ongoing wave of self-immolations in Tibet, China will now charge anyone caught aiding or inciting Tibetan self-immolations with murder. The state run Gannan Daily on Wednesday cited a joint legal opinion...
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omze  

Location: nz
Subject: Charged
Dec 11 2012 08:46 AM

RFA reports that a monk and his nephew have been charged with incitement to murder as "direct instructions from The Dalai Lama". No one in the International community will believe this, but it is poisoning the minds of the CHinese people futher into suspicion and division between Chinese and Tibetan.This at the time when Sikyong has called for greater understanding between the 2 peoples.It demonstrates to the world how far down the road of evil this regime will go, when we couldn't think they could get any worse. Again driving Tibetan to more protest and loss of life. Surely now with the call for the red cross to be allowed into Tibet, the Int. Community must act in a positive way to stem this catastrophe.
brentawerner  

Location: in your buttocks
Subject: dear China
Dec 08 2012 10:17 PM

I quote Eminem: "B*** Ima kill YOU."
omze  

Location: nz
Subject: corrupt
Dec 08 2012 09:24 AM

The Chinese legal system is the most corrupt in the world, just as is the ccp. If just one Tibetan should be subjected to this kangaroo court it will only add to the list of crimes against humanity that is being amassed.
wds1  

Location: NYC
Subject: Chinese atrocities
Dec 06 2012 08:38 PM

No Tibetan has ever incited or encouraged any of the 90+ Tibetans to self-immolate. In fact, the TGIE and His Holiness have discouraged Tibetans from self-immolating asking them to preserve their lives. The Tibetan self-immolators acted out of their own free will and in most cases never even mentioned their plans to anyone else.

If China charges any Tibetan w/ murder in connection w/ these self-immolations it will be another example of the lack of justice & rule of law by the Chinese Govt. It will further inflame the Tibetan people to rise up & resist the Chinese occupation.
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