Appeal for Justice on Human Rights Day

During International Human Rights Day on 10 December, Falun Gong practitioners in Sydney will hold a press conference outside the Supreme Court of NSW to highlight several lawsuits brought by victims of torture against high-ranking Chinese officials for the persecution of Falun Gong in China.

During New York Visit, Chinese Forced Labour Camp Director Sued by Local Refugees for Torture

The man in charge of forced labor camps in China’s Guangdong province was served yesterday with a lawsuit while visiting Manhattan. The complaint, filed on behalf of two female refugees now residing in Queens and other victims still in China, urges that the camp system superintendent be held liable for torture, illegal deprivation of liberty, and other severe human rights violations carried out in Guangdong labor camps that he has overseen since 2000.

An International Trial for Jiang Zemin

This essay will be published by the Magazine Huso Crítico of the University of Guadalajara in its Summer 2008 edition. It has already elicited reactions.

Chinese official sued for torture to face court

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.

Chinese Commerce Minister Bo Xilai Visits Australia and is Sued for Torture (Photos)

Chinese Commerce Minister Bo Xilai, who is accompanying Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to visit Australia, has been sued for torture and genocide by Falun Gong practitioners in Australia. This is another lawsuit filed against Bo when he visited foreign countries, following the lawsuits against him in the US, the UK, Ireland and Russia.