Bo Xilai has committed serious crimes in the persecution of Falun Gong. He faces lawsuits from Falun Gong practitioners not only in Australia, but in more than ten countries including America, Canada, Spain, New Zealand, Switzerland, Germany, Ireland, Russia, and South Korea. The atrocious crimes he has committed have caused him to be unwelcome in many places of the world.
Court sets aside March 2006 court orders and grants extension of time for service of legal documents to China: “It is anticipated the Registry will transmit this application for service overseas expeditiously.”
The Australian New South Wales High Court held a hearing on April 17, 2007 regarding Falun Gong practitioners Li Fuying and Xie Yan’s lawsuit against Chen Shaoji, secretary of the Guangdong Provincial Political and Judiciary, Deputy Secretary of Guangdong Provincial Party Committee, and Chairman of Guangdong Province’s Political Consultative Committee.
Mr CHEN Shaoji, the former Party Secretary of the CCP Guangdong Political and Judicial Committee, in charge of directing the Guangdong 6-10 Office , is due to appear in court at a status conference, after being served legal documents on the 07/12/06 for his involvement in the torture of Falun Gong practitioners in Guangdong.
Ms. Zhang Cuiying, a renowned artist of traditional Chinese paintings in Sydney urged the public to pay attention to the upcoming hearing in the Supreme Court of New South Wales in a lawsuit against the former Chinese dictator, Jiang Zemin, for genocide, torture, and crimes against humanity.
Ms Zhang and her assisting legal team believe that the case has reached a critical stage due to pressure and interference from the Chinese communist regime which effectively delayed the service of legal documents and obstructed normal proceedings.
¨…The plaintiffs have achieved the object of the proceedings…
and will be free to continue their protest without the limitations
that had been imposed upon them earlier by the certificates.
No further relief is required. ” Said Justice Crispin.
Singtao Daily deleted the wrong report from its website and posted a correction notice on December 20, Tuesday. The Notice states, “Through investigation, it should be that the Judge ruled Downer pays the $20,000 lawsuit cost. This newspaper specially makes this correction and apologizes for any consequences.”
Falun Gong members are suing Mr Downer, saying certificates he issued banning their protests outside the Chinese Embassy were invalid.
On Tuesday 8 August, erected mass banners will be included in the ongoing protest by Falun Gong practitioners outside the Chinese Embassy in Canberra for the first time in four years – a peaceful act that Foreign Minister Alexander Downer had prohibited from March 2002 until March 2006.