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In the first of its kind court sentence passed down in relation to what China calls “crimes” associated with the self-immolations in Tibet, one Tibetan has been sentenced to death with a two year reprieve and another to ten years. According to the court verdict, Lobsang Konchok was sentenced to death with a two-year reprieve...
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Lobsang59  

Location: new york
Subject: media bias
Feb 02 2013 02:58 AM

The world at large is hardly aware of the self immolations going on in Tibet. But a ccp false charges like this, the media is happy to report it. this is something they can relate to and knows about, but the concept of selfless self immolation is beyond their understanding, so dont want to discuss it or report it.
Tseta  

Location: Toronto
Subject: What political rights they gave?
Feb 01 2013 01:00 AM

Death sentence and and ten years in prison for what? It is because they protested for political rights and freedom in Tibet. Bloody regime of China depriving them of political rights doesn't make any sense at all, when there is not political rights of any kind for any Tibetans in Tibet, even to the Chinese themselves. I think this bloody autocrat is gone nuts or making joke of political rights. World at large might be laughing at them. Sentences passed on Tibetan brave hearts are all unjust and are all by forceful means without having any kind of evidence and proof to pass the sentences on them. Tibetan spirit will never bow before Chinese regime, whatever their forceful means are on them! Tibetans will rise and resist until we regain our goal of freedom in Tibet!

Victory for Tibet!
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