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Chinese authorities in Malho region of eastern Tibet have announced cash rewards for those “exposing crimes” related to the ongoing wave of self-immolations and issued an ultimatum warning those who have “committed fault” to turn themselves in....
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Location: NYC
Subject: Desperate measures
Dec 18 2012 09:17 PM

Offering large cash rewards to informants is a sign of the desperation of the Chinese authorities. They have tried force and threats but that didn't stop the self-immolations. They have tried to censor the news but that didn't work. Now they are offering cash in a vain attempt to stop further self-immolations. Most of the self-immolators acted alone & told no one of their intentions. Even if others did know, they are unlikely to turn in their friends & family members. It's a futile gesture by China but it shows they are frustrated by their inability to stop these self-immolation protests.
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