Despite China has got a new leadership, it seems Chinese
government is still very much controlled by the same group
of people who waged brutal political war against Bo Xilai
and his family for the sake of saving their own skin. The
repeated pleas made by Bo Xilai's mother-in-law, a 90-year
old former anti-Japanese resistance fighter, to visit her
daughter who is said to be in a serious medical condition
while being locked behind bars, was ignored by the authority
practically headed by the nephew
of a Japanese collaborator. The inhuman act as such angered
millions of Chinese, including a forensic expert
from China's Supreme People's Procuratorate surnamed Wang.
Wang's open challenge to the murder charge against Gu
Kailai, Bo Xilai's wife, won her trust from Gu Kailai's
mother Madam Fan Chengxiu. Madam Fan recently wrote a letter
to the woman asking her to help an aging mother meet
her daughter who is believed to be very sick.
online with the issue and the following is a screen shot
of her blog:
However, her blog was deleted within hours.
Wang's public plea attracted response from
China's strong pro-Bo Xilai cyber army, the following are
few of them:
River: It seems
an anti-Japanese heroine who put her life on the line fighting
for China's independence does not even deserve a reply from
the authority. Her daughter has already been sentenced for
four months yet her mother is still not allowed to see her.
Who is in contempt of the laws?
Zhen: The elderly lady has the lawful right
to visit both her daughter and son-in-law! Xi Jinping
may fancy to be more popular than Bo Xilai, now this
is a way to relish the dream: Let Bo Xilai go home with
Zhen: Hi, 学习粉丝团 [a
vulgar and shallow weibo identity that sickeningly lavishes
praise on Xi Jinping who may or may not has authorised
the ID to be his spin doctor - Multipletext],
even though you said you are not related to Xi, but judging
by the photos you posted you shall have a close link
to him, please help forward him a question for me: is
he going to let Madam Fan visit her daughter and son-in-law