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Petitioner Crosses Cordon to Meet Wen Jiabao

Follow us on TWITTER: Like us on FACEBOOK: Chinese Communist Party Premier Wen Jiabao recently visited Beijing South Railway Station. During his visit, a Qingdao female petitioner Lin Xiuli successfully crossed the cordon. She handed her petition materials to Wen himself. Wen Jiabao shook hands with her and promised to help. However, after Wen left, Lin Xiuli was brought back to Qingdao and detained inside a hotel. Lin told NTD that the authorities planned to make a false identification to claim she had mental illness. Outsiders remarked Zhou Yongkang and his subordinates had been illegally acting this way for a long time; they always thwarted Wen Jiabao's involvement to hide the truth. Chinese democrats said that civilians could hardly receive justice under the CCP's regime. At 2pm on May 9, Qingdao petitioner Lin Xiuli was staying at the waiting hall of Beijing South Railway Station. She found CCP Premier Wen Jiabao talking with a girl among a group of people. At that time, she did all she could to pass through the temporary guard line and rushed to Wen Jiabao. She managed to give her materials to him. Wen has promised to help her. (Lin Xiuli) says: "He told me to not worry. He kindly looked at me throughout. Even after he has walked far away from me he still looked back and told me not to worry." Ge Zhihui, a handicapped petitioner from Beijing said that she was also on the spot during Wen's visit. After finding that Lin Xiuli managed to <b>...</b>
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