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来自4•16福州前线的报道(视频)

2 Mar

作者按:2008年2月11日,福建省闽清县女青年严晓玲突然死亡,警方做出“系输卵管妊娠破裂致出血性休克死亡”的结论。严晓玲的家人却坚持认为她是被多人奸杀致死。此后,严母林秀林开始上访。2009年11月, 范燕琼用文章,游精佑、吴华英用视频的方式纪录下林秀英的口述并在网络传播,被以“诬告陷害罪”提起公诉。三个月后,“福建三网民因言获罪案网络关注团”在北京正式成立,并在网络上征集签名,一个月间,签名者达3000余人。

2010年4月16日,福建省福州市马尾法院第三次开庭审理此案,分散在全国各地的关注团成员数百人前往福州声援。此次声援活动被称为中国公民运动的里程碑。

2010年4月13日下午3点,从北京西客站出发,福建三网友诬告陷害案北京关注团首批网友一行7人:王荔蕻、王译、天天、单亚娟、华泽(灵魂飘香)、李金成、高 建,目的地:福州。

围观改变中国!努力做一个优秀的公民记者。

旅途中,网友们向乘务员、乘客讲述三网友的故事,请他们4月16日上午8点到马尾法院围观。

(2010年4月13日从北京—福州火车上,左:王荔蕻、华泽、王译、单亚娟)

4月14日中午12点,北京关注团抵达福州,屠夫等前来接站。此前已有来自湖北、广东、广西的第一批关注团网友陆续抵达福州。

在福州火车站,巧遇郝劲松律师,他将于16号参与关注团,前往马尾法院围观。

(2010年4月14日福州火车站,左:王荔蕻、郝劲松、李金城、华泽、王译、单亚娟、高健、朱承志、张维)

从抵达福州起,就有便衣一路跟随。

在公交车站,屠夫和几名网友向等车的乘客们发放“宣扬胡主席依法治国理念,坚决与司法黑恶势力开战”的宣传单,便衣藏在旁边的检查站后面偷拍,我和天天拿着摄像机与他对拍。对峙良久,便衣走过来,盯着我问:为什么拍我?反问他:为什么拍我?答:我在拍等车的人。反答:我在拍检查站。天天一脸天真:看那树上的鸟儿,快拍。全体网友都围过来,便衣讪讪而去。

在宾馆见到正等候我们的“福州三网友诬告陷害案”当事人游精佑、吴华英、范燕琼的女儿们,三个小姑娘个个楚楚动人。她们说,每家只拿到三张旁听证。之前关注团成员向法院申请旁听证一律被拒绝。不是公开审理吗?难道旁听会影响法院的公信力?

吃完晚餐回到房间,接到酒店通知,原先每个房间只要一个身份证登记,现在要求我们登记所有人的身份证。问:为什么?答:为了你们的安全。问:那刚才为什么 不要呢?答:刚才忘记了。知道司法干涉了,决定不难为酒店,我们高调声援,早已将生死至之度外,还怕他查身份证不成?

好戏又要开场了,既然是一场戏,还在乎戏剧冲突吗?

2010 年4月15日上午,数名关注团网友冒雨再次前往福州马尾区人民法院申请旁听,正是工作时间,法院大门却紧闭,站岗的法警如机器人般面无表情。网友问:人民法院为什么对人民关着大门,如果我们没有资格申请旁听,也请给我们一个答复。面对网友的质问,法警干脆一头钻进了传达室。

这时,有其他人要进法院,法警犹豫片刻后,将大门开启一条小缝,把人放进去,却将要跟进去的网友硬推出门外。

网友们大声说:你们这样是违法的。没有回答,法院内死一般沉寂。

此刻,回顾一下国际歌是必要的,它能给予我们力量:

起来,饥寒交迫的奴隶,起来,全世界受苦的人!满腔的热血已经沸腾,要为真理而斗争!旧世界打个落花流水,奴隶们起来起来!不要说我们一无所有,我们要做 天下的主人!

从来就没有什么救世主,也不靠神仙皇帝。要创造人类的幸福,全靠我们自己!我们要夺回劳动果实,让思想冲破牢笼。快把那炉火烧的通红,趁热打铁才能成功!

是谁创造了人类世界?是我们劳动群众。一切归劳动者所有,哪能容得寄生虫!最可恨那些毒蛇猛兽,吃尽了我们的血肉。一旦把他们消灭干净,鲜红的太阳照遍全球!

这是最后的斗争,团结起来到明天,英特纳雄耐尔就一定要实现。这是最后的斗争,团结起来到明天,英特纳雄耐尔就一定要实现。

下午,关注团部分网友外出发放“宣扬胡主席依法治国理念,坚决与司法黑恶势力开战”的宣传单。4点左右,王译、单亚娟、陈书伟三位网友在福州大学发放宣传单时,被福州大学派出所扣留。

6点整,关注团10名网友赶到福州大学派出所,隔着玻璃门,只见三网友被囚禁其中。三名高大的保安一字排开,背靠大门而立。门内有五、六名便衣围着三网友。我们试图进去与他们交涉,随即大门被反锁,任我们敲门、质问,他们一概不予理睬。

网友们唱起了《国际歌》,声援被关在里面的网友,歌声引来了大学生的围观。我们开始向大学生讲述“福建三网友诬告陷害案”,并向大学生散发宣传单,马上出现了若干便衣驱逐大学生,并从他们手中收走宣传单。僵持约一小时后,王译发出短信:他们在打电话要求公安局增援,为了明天的开庭,你们快回去吧!

网友们坚持不肯离开。不久,十几名便衣出现在周围,随后,被囚禁的三网友被从后门带走。此后,他们手机关机,至今下落不明。

我们回到酒店,发现关注团成员住宿的三层楼里,已布满便衣。被诬告陷害的福建三网友还在狱中,关注团的三网友再次身陷囹圄。

被抓三网友发出的最后信息:国保刘德荣13506988030,刘用庆13506987929。

2010 年4月16日凌晨,王译、陈书伟和单亚娟等三位关注团成员在被无辜羁押9小时后,警察们找不到治罪的依据,只好放人。陈书伟要求对方派车把 三网友送回关注团驻地,经过一番义正辞严的交涉,警方终于答应了。王译、陈书伟和单亚娟等三位关注团成员回到驻地后,王译说:在他们被羁押期间,几名警察接到上百个来自包括海外网友的质询电话,网友们的声援,给警方造成了巨大的压力。陈书伟告诉大家,有一个警察曾悄悄对他说:“社会需要你们这样的人”。

经短暂的休整,早上6点,关注团和福建三网友家属汇合后,两人一排,列队前往马尾法院。今天,为了素不相识的福州三位网友:游精佑、吴华英、范燕琼,我们 相约在这里。关注团的口号是:打不还手,骂不还口。我们将和平、理智地声援他们,用我们的行动,展示公民运动的力量。

关注团成员戴上了“让公平和正义比太阳更光辉”的身份牌,扎上了黄丝带,在马尾法院门外东侧拉起了“防捣乱线”,以免别有用心的人混进来挑起事端。各地关汪团的网友陆续前来加入我们的队伍。他们中有大学在校学生、佛门弟子、商人、职业维权人士、学者、律师、作家等。

七点左右,警方在道路的东、西、南、北拉起了警戒线,远处灰压压一片列队而来的保安队伍,放眼望去,至少一、两百人。一个便衣指挥他们扯断了“防捣乱 线”,要将关注团驱逐到离法院大门100米外的道路西侧。此时,关注团正面向西方为青海玉树地震中死难的同胞默哀。关注团的代表与他们交涉:请允许我们默哀完再转移地方。便衣指挥冲过来大声指责停止驱逐的同仁:默什么哀?把他们拖走!你听我的还是听他们的?为了不激化矛盾,关注团停止默哀,转移到指定区域。立即,我们四周被拉上了警戒线,保安、法警紧靠警戒线组成了两道人墙,将我们与法院大门远远地隔开。

将近八点,东边数辆警车开道,三辆囚车急驶而来。关注团全体向囚车呼喊:游精佑,无!罪!吴华英,无!罪!范燕琼,无!罪!游精佑,回!家!吴华英,回! 家!范燕琼,回!家!我们爱你们!让公平正义比太阳更光辉!整齐响亮的声音响彻马尾上空。

草泥马大战河蟹正式开始!

源 源不断有网友前来,福州当地的网友也加入我们的行列。法警和保安开始在警戒线外又拉上警戒线,一道又一道,一道比一道远。不时有电话打进来,外地来的关 注团被挡在了警戒线外,关注团发起人之一张辉去和看守最外围警戒线的法警交涉,竟也被拦在了外面,但仍有福州当地关注团及围观群众绕道居民区而来。

游精佑的校友,举着“西南交大声援团”的牌子加入了我们。

昨晚被警察控制起来的严晓玲的母亲,被法庭拒绝在外的本案重要证人林妈妈,勇敢而智慧地甩了看守她的人,也来到现场。

尽管各地真理部对媒体施压,但仍有数家媒体记者以网友身体悄然而来。同行相见,会心一笑,转身各自工作。

福建冤案团来到现场,控诉司法腐败,关注团成为临时上访接待站,我们收到了厚厚一包上访材料。

法庭内,正进行着一场对无辜者的审判,法庭外、互联网上,人民正进行着另一场审判。

关注团王荔蕻大姐,用话筒领喊:游精佑•••大家齐声:无!罪!吴华英,无!罪!范燕琼,无!罪!

随后是铁流般的《国际歌》:

起来,饥寒交迫的奴隶

起来,全世界受苦的人

满腔的热血已经沸腾

要为真理而斗争

旧世界打个落花流水

奴隶们起来起来

不要说我们一无所有

我们要做天下的主人

从来就没有什么救世主

也不靠神仙皇帝

要创造人类的幸福

全靠我们自己

我们要夺回劳动果实

让思想冲破牢笼

快把那炉火烧的通红

趁热打铁才能成功

••••••

这是最后的斗争

团结起来到明天!

口号声再次响起:言论无罪!自由万岁!言论无罪!自由万岁!言论无罪!自由万岁!

记不起来是谁最先喊出这四个字:”自由万岁!”,多么令人向往。在中国数千年的历史长河中,何时有过自由的位置?然而,它却是我,是我们心底最深情、最执 着的追求,是发自灵魂的呼唤。

(让自由的声音传遍四方!)

接着响起的是《国歌》、《草泥马之歌》。关注团每一个成员都用手机拨通了自己的朋友、qq群、SKYPE群,向全世界现场直播。有朋友发来短信:

“听到你们正义的呼声,我们全都流下了眼泪。”

“在地铁里开启扬声器播放,人们情绪振奋,感动!加油!”

“你们有庞大的国家机器,我们有辽阔的马勒戈壁•••你们今天在法院审判三网友,我们今天在网络上审判你们•••”

“公民的权利不是靠谁恩赐的,而是靠每一个人争取的。今天,中国因你们而骄傲!”

“请转发skype朋友们对前线战友的问候,你们辛苦了,爱你们!”

••••••

警戒线前的保安眼圈红着低下了头。

去洗手间遇见一警察,对他说:“辛苦了!”他认真地回答:“你们辛苦了!”

公道自在人心。

警察代表越过警戒线来和关注团商量不要使用话筒,他诚恳地说:“人在做,天在看”,双方在和谐气氛下达成共识,一起合影留念!

没有了话筒,我们的歌声仍然响彻云宵。

又有一警察代表过来禁止我们唱《国际歌》,网友质问:哪条法律不允许唱《国际歌》?当年共产党就是唱着《国际歌》解放全中国的,现在你们害怕了吗?云南关注团朱承志问大家,不许唱《国际歌》,你们答应吗?大家齐声高喊:不答应!朱承志对警察代表说:如果你认为我唱《国际歌》违法,你可以把我抓起来。大家齐 喊:把我们都抓起来!随即,《国际歌》声再次响起,警察代表退回警戒线外。

推特上看到三网友的辩护律师刘晓原、李方平从法庭内发出的消息:现在休庭,马上要宣判了。

法院外,人们停止了歌声,静静地等待判决结果。

二十分钟后,律师再次发出消息:审判了,游、吴一年,范两年。

片刻,现场暴发出有序的齐喊:抗议!抗议!抗议!抗议!抗议!抗议!抗议!抗议!抗议!抗议!

无罪!无罪!无罪!无罪!无罪!无罪!无罪!无罪!无罪!无罪!无罪!无罪!无罪!无罪!无罪!

全体关注团的男子汉、铿锵玫瑰一边高喊,一边流下了悲愤的眼泪。

“福州法院无耻!”

“王鑫下台!”

“打倒贪官!”

“司法腐败!”

后方网友不断发来消息:“福州高层有指示,今天参与围观的人,死!”

现场关注团回复:“既然来了,就做好了心理准备。”

“请现场网友密切注意:据线人向北京报,前日福建高层密谋策划应对此事。目前法院门前上下行线被全部封锁,已无退路。6辆拉人大巴隐藏于附近街区……”

“紧急呼吁马尾现场网友!请立刻互相通气,告知此消息!并分工组织,保持互相之间的协助!当地网友爆料,有好几车武警在来马尾的路上。”

现场关注团回复:“把我们都抓进去吧!我们与游精佑、吴华英、范燕琼同罪!”

“请转前线朋友,集体进退,不要落单,注意安全。但若你们其中的任何一个有事,我们责无旁贷赶往福州,和你们一起为祖国的解放、公民的自由担当。”

现场关注团回复:谢谢大家!坚信他们不敢!今天,在马尾法院外,正义压倒了邪恶!”

话筒再次打开,王荔蕻大姐发表演讲:•••福州,我们还会来的!

是的,我们还会来的,关注团将成为关注旅、关注师、关注集团军•••

人们手拉手围成圈,所有的手臂相握着高高举起,这次响起的是《国歌》:

起来!

不愿做奴隶的人们!

把我们的血肉,

筑成我们新的长城!

中华民族到了

最危险的时候,

每个人被迫着发出最后的吼声!

起来!

起来!

起来!

我们万众一心,

冒着敌人的炮火

前进,

冒着敌人的炮火

前进!

前进!

前进!进!!

《国歌》声中,关注团排成整齐的队伍,高举着印有2000多关注团成员签名,上书:“让公平与正义比太 阳更光辉的横幅”撤离了现场。

网友沉默写下了这样的话:不论历史选择了福州,还是福州选择了历史,我们可以确认,今天,我们创造了历史,每一位关注的网友都在建设民主中国。从1840 年,这个梦想没有被切断,哪怕是“8964”的坦克也没有使我们毁掉脊梁。我爱你们,我爱自由中国!

2010-4-13至2010-4-16

416:《草泥马大战河蟹》

 

The Report from the Fujian front of 4.16

Translated by: Wei Yang

Writer note: On February 11, 2008, Yan Xiao Ling, a young lady of Minqing County, Fujian Province, suddenly died. The police announced their conclusion: “Death caused by hemorrhagic shock due to rupture of tubal pregnancy.” However, the family members of Yan Xiao Ling insisted that she died of injuries resulting from a gang-rape. Then, Yan’s mother, Lin Xiu Lin started her visit to appeal the following case. In November 2009, You Jing You, Fan Yan Liang and Wu Hua Ying were prosecuted under the charge of “false charge and frame-up”, because they recorded Lin Xiu Ying’s oral description in both writing and video proceeded to spread it on the Internet. Three months later, the “concern and watch group (CWG) for the case of three Fujianese netizens’ crimeofopinion” was formally established in Beijing. They then began soliciting signatures on the Internet. The number of supporting signers reached more than three thousand within one month. 

On April 16, 2010, the case was tried for the third time in the Mawei Court of Fuzhou City, Fujian Province. Several hundreds CWG members around China came to Fuzhou to support the defendants. This supporting activity has been considered a milestone of the citizen movement of China.

April 13, 2010, 3:00 pm: Seven netizens from Beijing, part of the “concern and watch group for the ‘false charge and frame-up’ case of three Fujianese netizens”, depart from Beijing West Train Station. They are Wang Li Hong, Wang Yi, Tian Tian, Shan Ya Juan, Fragrant Soul, Li Jin Cheng, Gao Jian. Their destination is Fuzhou.

Collective watch will change China! Work hard to be an excellent citizen reporter.

On the way, the netizens tells the train servers and passengers the story of the three netizens, and invite them attend the collective watch at Mawei Court on April 16 at 8:00 am.

April 14, noon, the Beijing CWG arrives at Fuzhou and is received by Tufu etc.  Netizens from Hubei, Guangdong and Guangxi have already arrived at Fuzhou.

In the Fuzhou Train Station, we meet Attorney Hao Jing Song, who is going to join the Concern and Watch Group and the collective watch at Mawei Court on April 16.

Plain-clad police was stalking us since the first moment we arrived at Fuzhou.

At the bus station, Tufu and several other netizens distribute the flyers of “Propaganda Chairman Hu’s Idea of Administrating China by Law, and Resolutely Declare War to the Gangdom and Vicious Power in the Justice System”, while a plain-clad officer secretly shoots pictures from behind an inspection station next to the bus station; Tian Tian and I record him with video cameras for quite a while, then the plain-clad walks to us, staring at me and asking: “Why are you taking pictures of me?” I counter with the same question. He answers: I am taking pictures of the people waiting for the bus. I reply: I am taking pictures of the inspection station. Tian Tian naively shouts: Look at the birds on the trees, move quickly to take pictures of them. All netizens enclose up. The plain-clad leaves in embarrassment.

In the hotel, we meet the daughters of You Jing You, Wu Hua Ying and Fang Yan Qiong, the defendants of the “false charge and frame up” case of the three netizen. How lovely the three girls are! They are waiting for us, and say that they received only three court viewing permits per family. Actually, CWG members have applied to the court for those permits before, but have all been rejected. Is it “open trial”? Can the court viewing hurt the public credibility of the court?

After dinner we go back to the hotel. We are informed by the hotel that everyone’s Chinese Resident ID should be registered, when originally they needed to register only one ID for each room. Why? The answer is “for your safety.” We ask:”Why it was not required only moment ago?” The hotel leader replied, “We forgot.”  Sensing interference by the Justice System, we decide not to give the hotel hard time. Coming here to support the defendants passionately, we do not fear even death; can we fear ID inspection?

A splendid drama is going to unveil, how can we fear dramatic conflicts?

April 15, 2010 at Morning, several members of CWG, regardless of the rain, go to the People’s Court of Maiwei District, Fuzhou City again to apply for court viewing permits. It is during working hours, but the court gates are tightly closed. The bailiffs are emotionless as robots. The netizens ask: Why is the People’s Court closed to the people? Please give us an answer, even if we are not qualified to apply for court viewing permits. The bailiffs cannot face the netizens’ questions and hide themselves in the reception room.

Then, a third party person needs to enter the court; hesitating for a moment, the bailiffs open the gate slightly to let him in, but firmly push away netizens who try to follow.

Netizen yells: Your behavior is against the law!   No reply, the court is deadly silent.

It is necessary to review the song The Internationale now for us to gather strength:

Arise, the hungry and cold slaves, arise, the suffering people all over the world! Our hot blood is full and boiling, let’s fight for the truth! The old world will be pulled down, arise, arise slaves! Don’t say we have nothing, since we are going to be owners of the world! 

There is never a savior, and we count on no gods or empires. To create the happiness for human race, we can only help ourselves. We must take back products of our hard work and let our thoughts break out from the prisons. Make the fire in the stoves bright red, forge the iron when it is still hot.

Who has been creating the human world? It is we, the working masses. Every thing should belong to workers, tolerant no parasites.  Once we destroy all the most hateable snakes and beasts, that swallowed up our blood and fresh. The bright sun will cast light all over the world. 

That is the final fight, unite to tomorrow, the Internationale must be realized. That is the final fight, unite to tomorrow, the Internationale must be realized.

Afternoon, part of CWG members go out to distribute the flyers of “Propaganda Chairman Hu’s Idea of Administrating China by Law, and Resolutely Declare War to the Gangdom and Vicious Power in the Justice System”. About four o’clock, three netizens, Wang Yi, Shan Ya Juan and Chen Shu Wei, are arrested by the police precinct at Fuzhou University, when they distribute flyers in the university.

On 6 o’clock sharp, ten CWG members rush to the precinct of Fuzhou University. Through the glass doors, we see the three netizens detained inside. Three big security guards stand in a line, backs to the door. Five or six plain-clad enclose the three netizens. We try to enter the precinct to argue with them, but the door has been locked. No matter how we knock and question, they ignore us.

We sing the song The Internationale to support the netizens locked inside. It attracts students to watch.  We start to tell them about the “false change and frame-up” case of the three netizens and distribute flyers to them. Immediately several plain-clad appear, taking the flyers away from the students and driving them away. After an hour stalemate, Wang Yi gives out a short message: They are calling for support from the Public Security Bureau; please go back quickly for tomorrow’s court trial!

The outside netizens insist upon staying. Soon, a dozen or so plain-clads appear; then, the three arrested netizens are brought away through the backdoor. Their cellular phones are shut down. Nothing is heard from them so far.

We return to the hotel, finding plain-clads all around the third floor, where CWG members live. The three Fujianese netizens are still in jail, while three CWG netizens have been arrested. The last message from the latter: National Guard (translator’s note: NG is the politic police in China.) officer Liu De Rong 13506988030, Liu Yong Qing 13506987929.

April 16, 2010 at early morning, the three CWG members, Wang Yi, Chen Shu Wei and Shan Ya Juan, are released after being unreasonably detained for nine hours, since the police cannot find any grounds to punish them.  Chen Shu Wei demands that the police dispatch vehicle to bring the three netizen to CWG’s hotel. The Police finally agree after Chen’s reasonable and serious argument. As the three return the hotel, Wang Yi says that in their detention, several police received hundreds of phone calls from netizens, including ones from abroad. Netizens supporters gave the police great pressure. Chen Shu Wei tells us, one of the policemen stealthily told me: “Our society needs people like you.”

After a short rest, 6 am, CWG congregate with the family members of the three Fujianese netizen. We go to the Mawei Court in a tidily aligned two column line. Today, we meet here for the unmet three Fujianese netizens: You Jing You, Wu Hua Ying and Fan Yan Qiong. CWG’s slogan is: Not to hit back if be hit, not to scold back if be scolded, show the strength of the citizen movement by our action manner.

Wearing badges of “let the fairness and justice be brighter than the sun” and yellow silk bands, the CWG members set an anti-trouble line at the east outside of the Mawei Court’s gate, lest some evil persons mix in and create trouble. CWG members from various places keep coming to enjoin us. There are college students, Buddhists, businessmen, professional rights activists, scholars, attorneys, writers, etc among us.

About 7 o’clock, police establishes guard lines at east, west, south and north directions. A security guard team comes from the distance, like a grey cloud, appearing with at least one or two hundreds men. A plain-clad instructs them to break the anti—trouble line, and drive CWG, which is silently mourning for the compatriots who died in the earth quake of Yushu district, Qinghai Province, to west side of a highway, about 100 meters from the court gate.  The CWG representatives negotiate with the police: please let us change location after we finish the mourning. The plain-clad dashes over to berate his men who had stopped driving at us: What mourning? Drag them away! You guys obey them or me?  To avoid more confliction, the CWG stop mourning and move to the assigned position. We are immediately surrounded by guard lines, along which the security guards and bailiffs make two human walls, separating us from the Court gate.

Close to 8 o’clock, led by several police cars from east direction, three prison vans dash in. All CWG members shout to the vans: You Jing Hua, Not, Guilty! Wu Hua Ying, Not, Guilty! Fan Yan Qiong, Not, Guilty! You Jing Hua, Go! Home! Wu Hua Ying, Go! Home!  Fan Yan Qiong, Go! Home! We love You! Let the fairness and justice be bright more than the sun! The tidily concurrent and loud voice flies to the sky above Mawei.

The great fight between Caonima and Hexie formally start. (Interpreter note: “Hexie, literally meaning “river crab”, is pronounced similar as “harmony” in Chinese, so it became a humorous name, popular on Chinese Internet, for Chinese Communist Party and Chinese Government, since they suppress dissidents and any different voice under the excuse of “constructing a harmonious China society”. “Caonima”, literally meaning “grass mud horses”, is pronounced similar as “fuck you” in Chinese, so it became a humorous name, popular on Chinese Internet, for the protesters to Chinese Communist Party and Chinese Government. They are often taken by the Chinese government as “unharmonious factors”.)

Netizens still keep continuously coming to join us, including the local Fujianese netizen. Bailiffs and security guards start to establish new guard lines outside of the old one. One line after another and so on, becoming more and more far. Phone calls come from time to time, telling us that members from out of Fujian are blocked out side the guard lines; even Zhang Hui, one of the initiator of CWG, is also blocked as he goes out to negotiate with the bailiffs at the most outside guard line.  However, the local CWG members and residents make their way through the resident area to come.

You Jing You’s college mates join us with a banner of “Supporting Group from the South-west Jiaotong University.”

Madam Li, the mother of Yan Xiao Lin and the important witness of this case, who was confined by the police on the last day and is refused admittance into the court, comes here too, after she cleverly gets rid of her guards.

Though the Departments of Truth (translator note: it means the Departments of Propaganda) around China give pressure, reporters from several media still come stealthily as the roles of netizens. They smile understandingly to their colleagues when they meet, then go back to their work.

The Fujianese Wrongly-punished-victim Group come to accuse the justice department of corruption, making CWG a temporary reception station for appealing visitors. We receive a big package of appealing visit material.

A trial of the innocents is held in the court, while another trial by the people is held outside of the court and on the Internet.

Sister Wang Li Hong of CWG lead the shout with a loud speaker: You Jing You…, we shout not Guilty! Wu Hua Ying…, not! Guilty! Fan Yan Qiong…, not! Guilty!

Then comes the song The Internationale , like an iron stream:

Arise, the hungry and cold slaves.

Arise, the suffered people all over the world!

Our hot blood is full and boiling;

let’s fight for the truth!

The old world will be pulled down.

Arise, arise slaves!

Don’t say we have nothing.

We are going to be owners of the world!

 

There is never a savior,

and we count on no gods or empires.

To create the happiness for human race,

we can only help ourselves.

We must take back products of our hard work

and let our thought break out from the prisons.

Make the fire in stove bright red,

Forge the iron when it is still hot.

……..

That is the final fight.

Unite to tomorrow!

Slogans are shouted again: No crime of opinions! Long live freedom! No crime of opinions! Long live freedom! No crime of opinions! Long live freedom!

“Long live freedom!” I cannot remember who shouted it first. What a yearning line! In the thousands years of the long history of China, where is the position of the freedom? But freedom is the deepest feeling and firmest pursuit from the bottom of my heart and our hearts. Our souls are calling for it.

Then sound out the The National Anthem and The Song of Caonima. Every CWG member calls friends, qq groups, or skype groups through cellular phones, to live broadcast the scene to the whole world.

Friends send some short message:

“Listening to your voice of justice, we all have tears drop down.”

“I turn on my loud speaker to broadcast your message in the subway, everybody is encouraged, and moved! Come on!”

“You have the huge state machine, we have the broad Malegebi… Today, you try the three netizens in the court, we try you on the Internet…” (Translator note: Malegebi is a collective noun, meaning the web sites on which Chinese people criticize Chinese government.)

“The citizen rights are not given, but earned. Today, China is proud of you!”

“Please pass the regards of friends on skype to the fight comrades on the front. Your effort is appreciated. Love you ”

The security guards along the guard line lower their head with reddened eyes.

Meeting a police offer outside of the restroom, I greet:”You work hard!” He earnestly replies: “You work hard!”

Fairness lives certainly in people’s hearts.

A police representative crosses the guard line to persuade CWG not to use the loud speaker, saying sincerely: “human are doing, heaven is watching.” Consent is achieved in a harmonious air and people from both sides take picture together for remembrance!

Without a loud speaker, our songs still fly to the clouds.

Another police representative comes to forbid us from singing the The Internationale. Netizens ask: Which law item forbids singing the Internationale?  Singing it, the communists liberated all of China; now you are afraid of it? Zhu Cheng Zhi of Yunan CWG asks people: To forbid singing The Internationale, do we agree? We shout together: No! We do not agree! Zhu then tell the police representative: If you think my singing The Internationale is illegal, just arrest me. We all shout: Arrest all of us! Then, The Internationale sounds again. The police representative retreats to outside of the guard line.

The defendant attorney Liu Xiao Yuan and Li Fang Ping send a message from inside of the court to Twitter: It is a court break now, the case will be decided soon.

People outside of the court stop singing, and are waiting for the decision in silence.

Twenty minutes later, attorneys send message again: the case has been decided, one year for You and Wu, two years for Fan.

A short break, then come the concurrent shouts: Protest! Protest! Protest! Protest! Protest! Protest! Protest! Protest! Protest! Protest!

Not guilty! Not guilty! Not guilty! Not guilty! Not guilty! Not guilty! Not guilty! Not guilty! Not guilty! Not guilty! Not guilty! Not guilty! Not guilty! Not guilty! Not guilty!

All men and women of CWG shout with tears of grief and indignation:

“Shame to the Fuzhou Court!”

“Fire Wang Xin!” (Translator Note: the CCP Fujian Committee Secretary of Justice Affair, who is also charged of the case of three Fujianese netizens.)

“Down with corrupted officers!”

“The Justice system is corrupted!”

Netizens from outside keep sending messages: “Fuzhou Authority instructed, today’s collective watchers should die!”

CWG on site members answer: “We are ready to face any results since we come.”

“The netizens on site, please pay attention: Reported by informers to Beijing, on the day before yesterday, the Fujian authority secretly planed to handle this issue. Now all ways passing the court gate are blocked, leaving no way to retreat. Six buses for arrestees are hidden in neighbor blocks……”

“Emergent call to the netizens on site of Mawei: Please inform each other immediately, stay in groups and coordinate each others! Local netizens reported that several trucks of armed police men are on the way to Mawei.”

CWG on site members reply: “Arrest us all! We should be convicted same as You Jing You, Wu Hua Ying and Fan Yan Qiong!”

“Please tell the friends on the front, move together, not alone, with the attention to safety. If anyone of you got trouble, we would have no choice but head to Fuzhou to take our duty for the liberation of our motherland and the freedom of citizens. “

CWG on site members reply: Thanks everyone! We firmly believe that they dare not hurt! Today, at the outside of Mawei Court, justice overcomes the evils.

The loud speaker is turned on again and Sister Wang Li Hong is speaking:… Fuzhou, we shall come back to you!

Yes, we shall come back; CWG will grow up to CW Brigade, CW Division, and CW Group Army. (Translator note: CWG can also be translated as CW Regiment.)

We take each other’s hands to make a big circle; all arms are lifted high with the hands in other hands. This time, the song sounding is the Chinese anthem:

Arise!

The people who refuse to be slaves!

With our blood and fresh,

We build our new Great Wall!

The Chinese Nation,

Is in her dangerous time,

Everyone is forced

To yell his final roar!

Arise!

Arise!

Arise!

 

Billions of us have the same mind,

Braving enemy’s gun fires,

Match on,

Braving enemy’s gun fires,

Match on!

Match on!

Match on! on!

In the voice of the China Anthem, lifting high the banner of “let the fairness and justice be bright more than the sun” and 2000 plus CWG members’ signatures, CWG leaves the site in a tidily aligned team.

Netizen Chenmo (Silence) Writes: No matter if it is history that chooses Fuzhou, or it is Fuzhou that chooses history, we can confirm: Today, we have created history, and every netizen of CWG is constructing the Democratic China. The dream has never been cut down since 1840, even the tanks of 1989 could not damage our backbones. I love you, I love a free China.

April 13-16, 2010

319:《让公平正义比太阳还要光辉》

319:

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416:

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我诉凯迪一案法院拒绝受理

1 Mar

我是怀着对法律的敬意走进法院的,四十分钟后,当我从法院走出来时,心中已有了藐视法庭罪的动机。

http://video.sina.com.cn/v/b/30894416-1597283391.html

(视频:2010年3月26日,北京东城区法院立案庭)

今天上午十点多,我和我的代理律师来到北京市东城区人民法院立案大厅,在民事案件受理窗口,接待我们的是一位中年女法官。在看过我们的诉状后。问答如下:

“你们在网上都传了什么呀,我看看。”

我将在网上发的两篇文章《寻找中国之路》、《抗议凯迪删贴,还我言论自由》的复印件递给她。

“证据。这都是什么呀?”

“这都是我们当时在网上跟贴的,我们复制下来的一些被删掉的东西,这个是截图。”

 

翻看一番后,女法官拿着诉状等资料离开窗口,走进里面的办公室,显然是向上级请示去了。

十分钟后,她回到窗口。把诉状等资料递给我。说:“这类案子我们不受理。”

“为什么呀,是什么原因呢?有什么理由吗?”

“就是你们这个被删贴的案子我们是不能起诉的。”

“为什么呢?理由呢?”

“理由就是不属于民事案件受案范围。”

“那是属于什么范围呢?”对方沉默。

“那宪法第35条言论自由权怎么得到保障和落实呢?”

“那你们去问一下它这个网络去吧。”

“就是因为我们没有得到答复,所以才走司法程序啊。那么宪法规定的权利怎么得到落实呢,如果我们不走法律程序?”

“你可以找一下被告去。”

“找过了,我这里都有证据,你看到了。”

“这个我们是不让诉的。“

“是不能诉的?没有原因是吗?这个您是请示了,有明确的规定了是吧?是不是这样的?”

“在一中院我们都有这类案件的受理和判决的文书的。要不我把一中院的判决书拿给你,做为你们立案的依据,这是二审法院的。你们没有道理不受理啊。”

“连理由都不给我们吗?那这个宪法还有什么意义呢?宪法第35条规定的公民的言论自由权它的意义在哪里呢?如果你们法院连受理都不受理。那这个权利怎么得到落实呢?”

“你最好去找被告去。”

“我们找过了,因为解决不了啊,你总得给我一个理由吧。没有理由是吗?那这是您得到的明确的指示,上级的命令是不是?是这样的是吧?

女法官看着我们,微微点点头。

律师提出:“那这样,最起码你不予立案不受理的话,你有一个书面裁定给我们。”

“没有。”

律师继续争取:也不裁定,那这又是哪里来的理由呢?你不受理的情况下,你给我一个比如说你的陈述就是该案不属于民事受案的范围也是一个裁决理由啊。”

“那你等会吧。”

女法官再次离开接待窗口,走进里面请示。二十分钟后回来。

“不行。还是不行。”

“不行啊?那你总得按民事诉讼法给我一个手续吧?”

对方笑了:“民事诉讼法啊,也给不了。”

整个在法院交涉过程大约40分钟,包括女法官两次离开接待窗口,进去请示上级约30分钟。

我企图通过司法程序,用宪法保护自己言论自由权利的努力宣告失败。

这个过程让我明白了一个道理,《中华人民共和国宪法》是一个摆设,是一个可以被玩弄的道具。

2010年3月26日

 

诉凯迪民事起诉书

1 Mar

原告1:华泽 网名:灵魂飘香
住址:北京东城区•••••• 电话:13811951811
身份证号码:••••••

原告2:

原告3:

被告:凯迪网络资讯有限公司,住址海南省海口国贸北路德派斯大厦C座21层
法定代表人:肖增建

案由:基于合同违约构成的侵权,被告侵犯了原告的言论自由权利。

诉讼请求:
1、依法判令被告恢复原告在凯迪论坛所发帖子及回复;
2、要求被告在论坛公开向原告赔礼道歉,消除影响;
3、本案的诉讼费用由被告承担。

事实与理由:
原告系是在凯迪论坛注册并参与“[转帖]寻找中国之路网络大讨论”的网友。2010年3月,网友“看辩行2”在凯迪论坛猫眼看人版块发布题为“[转帖]寻 找中国之路网络大讨论”帖子,点击量8000左右,跟帖者近800人次。正当讨论进行当中,该帖于3月5日突然被删。当天下午,原告打电话去询问值班编辑 删帖原因,回答说不是凯迪的原因,请谅解。原告问是否可要回跟帖,回答说不行。晚上原告再次打电话想了解一下确切的跟帖数量和点击量,值班编辑没有正面答 复。

原告认为,凯迪论坛是一个提供网络服务的公共 社区,原告同意并完全遵守了《凯迪网络用户与信息管理条例》,成为凯迪论坛的注册用户,并按照论坛的相关规定发帖交流。原告与被告即形成了合同关系,按照 我国合同法的规定,原告遵守《凯迪网络用户与信息管理条例》便可在凯迪论坛公开发表相关内容,被告也应遵循合同的规定,履行作为论坛空间提供者及管理者的 责任。

原告被删除的帖子及回复属于正常的网络交流信息,既没有违反我国相关法律法规、也没有违反凯迪论坛的管理规定,论坛管理者无故删除 原告所发布的内容,与《凯迪网络用户与信息管理条例》的内容不符。凯迪论坛虽为私人所有,但作为事实上的公共论坛,在原告已经按照约定发表帖子和参与讨论 的状态下,无故删除原告对公共事务的意见表达,侵犯了原告的言论自由权利。根据《合同法》第一百二十二条规定,原告选择侵权之诉,并根据民事诉讼法第二十 九条之规定,特向贵院提起诉讼,希望法院依法判决,维护原告的合法权利。

此致
北京市东城区人民法院

原告:华泽······

2010年3月26日

附:

1.本诉状副本1份;

2.证据:原告在凯迪发帖和部分跟帖的截图、原告与被告往来短信截图

3. 《凯迪网络用户与信息管理条例》

 

我为什么起诉凯迪

1 Mar

2010年2月,《寻找中国之路》在我的新浪“灵魂飘香”博客和博联社“华泽”实名博客中发表。《寻找中国之路》是一篇千字短文,表达了一个普通中 国知识分子对历史的思考和对现实的忧虑,并呼吁网友以理性、真诚的态度共同关注中华民族的命运,共同探寻中国通往未来之路的方向。

此后,《寻找中国之路》被网友转贴在凯迪“猫眼看人”论坛,受到广大网友的热烈响应,许多跟帖让我十分感动和欣慰。然而,仅仅三天时间,这篇文章就被凯迪删除了。删帖的做法简单而粗暴:没有通知,没有说明。就连我试图要回跟帖的要求也被无理拒绝了。

我曾在《抗议凯迪删帖 还我言论自由》这篇文章中追问凯迪:你们依据哪一条法律法规删帖?你们有什么权利随意删帖?你们为什么要删帖?

然而,我就像面对一堵墙在抗议,我的抗议撞在这堵墙上,甚至连一个回音也没有。因此,我决定拿起法律的武器,我要捍卫《中华人民共和国宪法》第35条赋予我的言论自由的权利。

今天,我将手持宪法走进北京市东城区法院,以诉讼的方式,表达我对凯迪删帖的愤怒,表达我对宪法神圣的敬意。

2010年3月26日

 

抗议凯迪删帖 还我言论自由

1 Mar

2010年3月2日,本人的帖子《寻找中国之路网络大讨论倡仪书》被网友转发在凯迪猫眼后,反响热烈,不到三天,点击近40000次,跟帖近800人次,迅速成为了热帖。可是,也仅仅三天,帖子就被封了。删帖的做法简单而粗暴:没有通知,没有理由,更没有任何说明。

对于此事,我心中愤愤不平,对此帖被删百思不解,很想弄清被删缘由。随即电询凯迪质问,被告知根据《凯迪网络用户与信息管理条例》删帖,至于是哪一条无可奉告。

我也知道,网络上类似的删帖行为每天都在大量发生。这充分反映了某些媒体漠视法律随意而为的特质。他们总是以高高在上的姿态俯视民众,试图掌控网民们的思想动态,意欲管制三亿多网友的言论自由,甚至图谋霸占中国十三亿人民的话语权。

凡 上网发帖或有独到见解的网友,都经常受到被删帖的待遇。但我这次却不愿保持沉默。因为我认为此帖并没有违反中华人民共和国的法律法规。现在正值一年一度的 “二会”召开,温家宝总理面对全国三亿多的网友,面对全国十三亿人民,面对全世界郑重承诺:要让中国人民生活得更有尊严,要加快进行政治体制改革,要积极 推行民主,并说没有民主就会政亡人息。这些内容已写进了《政府工作报告》。国家领导人面对国内国外媒体,一再强调中国人民拥有言论自由的权利!我想,党和 国家的领导人,包括我们的政府,是如此关心和维护人民的言论自由权利,《中华人民共和国宪法》第35条也明确规定乐中国公民享有包括言论自由在内的一系列 权利。而凯迪竟然置宪法于不顾,置国家领导人的庄严承诺于不顾,置《政府工作报告》的精神于不顾,粗暴违法,频繁删帖,公然侵 犯公民的言论自由权!我不禁要问凯迪:你们依据哪一条法律法规删帖?你们有什么权利随意删帖?你们为什么要删帖?难道你们可以违背《中国人民共和国宪法》 吗?难道你们享有治外法权?!

我的帖子《寻找中国之路》之所以能得到热烈的回应,不是因为我有多高水平,也不是因为我有多大的号召力。我不过是三亿多网民中的普通一员,是十三亿人民中的普通一分子。该贴引起众多网民的关注是因为当今的中国,确实已到了需要寻找一条正确道路的时候!

当 今中国各级政府的某些部门、某些媒体、某些利益集团,挟国家政权、持国家机器、霸占公权力,压制异议以愚民众。他们随意左右国家的政策法律,造成有法不能 依,有令不能行。公然践踏民众各项权利并毁坏社会的公平正义! 也正是由于他们随意私设条例,擅列朝纲,才使中华大地快要到“善不能举、恶不能止”的险境。像凯迪这样的舆论媒体,滥用权限,压制言论自由,后果就是国人 无法了解事实真相,政府难以听取民众的真实声音,粗暴地隔断了公民与政府之间的交流渠道,从而使政府的威信大打折扣,并造成民众对政府的信任危机。长此以 往,祸害不轻矣!

因此,我得出一个结论:寻找中国之路,其实就在眼前!寻找中国之路,首先要落实《中华人民共和国宪法》第35条有关中国人 民的言论自由权,广开言路,集思广益!因此,我谨向全国人大、所有参加“二会”的代表,向胡锦涛总书记、温家宝总理及政治局常委、委员们呼吁,向三亿多网 友们呼吁,向全中国十三亿人民呼吁:抗议删贴行为,还我言论自由!

对此,我要求凯迪立即停止违法侵权行为,立即恢复原贴及跟帖,并对这一事件作出诚恳的公开道歉。否则,我将保留依法诉讼的权利!

2010年3月

 

“寻找中国之路” 网络大讨论倡议书

1 Mar

中国怎么了?每一个清醒并有良知的中国人都在为国家的现状深感忧虑!

我们痛心地看到:

今天的中国已到了“善不能举,恶不能消;利不能兴,害不能除”的险恶境地!

当今的社会严重缺乏社会正义和社会公平;贫富差距愈加悬殊,阶层固化日益明显;教育涉入误区,环境灾难频发,民族矛盾加剧;权贵经济大行其道,公民利益广遭侵袭;导致民众信仰缺失心灵冷漠,维系社会秩序的道德体系几近崩溃;社会危机已到了一触即发的关头!

中国还有出路吗?

回答是肯定的!

可是,我们不禁要追问:中国之路究竟何在?

1840 年,当中华民族遭遇西方列强的坚船利炮,天朝的莫名傲慢终被彻底粉碎。从此,一代又一代的仁人志士为了民族的振兴殚精竭虑、孜孜以求。从“戊戌变法”、 “洋务运动”、“辛亥革命”直到“五四新文化运动”,国人开始认识到“民主和科学”才是民族强盛的根本。然而,由于当时“救亡”的紧迫压倒了“启蒙”的主 题,新文化运动最终没能完成历史赋予的神圣使命。而近半个多世纪以来,我们仍然在寻找正确方向的道路上艰难跋涉、苦苦探寻。

毫无疑问,中国社会现在走到了十字路口,走到了一个关乎民族希望和未来的重要关头。何需重复“匹夫有责”的陈辞?在“戊戌六君子”和“ 黄花岗七十二烈士”的身上,在辛亥革命群英们的血泊中,我们看到了无数中华儿女为民族复兴而肩负起的道义精神和历史担当!

今天,当中国面临又一个历史变革的关头时,这样的担当成为我们不可推脱的使命和责任!让我们每个公民无私奉献智慧和勇气,让我们并肩探索未来中国的前进道路。

为此,我们联络各大网站、博客、圈子,共同发起“寻找中国之路”,以期找到中华复兴、中国崛起之途径!
朋 友们,让我们不再空谈,行动起来!我们希冀这场大讨论能凝聚起众多网民的力量,通过网络传播掀起21世纪中国进步的浪潮!在伟大的“辛亥革命”100周年 即将到来之际,让我们共同关注中华民族的命运,共同探寻正确的未来中国道路,以我们的努力唤醒更多国人的热情、良知、责任和勇气!

来吧,期待每一位心怀赤诚的朋友积极参与!这将是一次由网络公民共同参与的活动,更是一次各种观点的交锋、民间智慧的盛宴!

来吧,海内外所有的有识之士,让我们共同寻找中国之路!从政治学、法学、历史学、宗教学、哲学、文化学、社会学、考古学、比较学等各自角度,去审视和探索中国社会和中华文明的出路。

来吧,这是一个平等、公共、开放的平台:无论你是名人还是普通网友,无论你是知识精英或者一介草民,在这里都可以平等交流、共同探讨。

我们信奉这样的原则:理性、真诚,反对漫骂和人身攻击。

我们秉持这样的理念:我可能不同意你的观点,但会誓死捍卫你表达观点的权利。

来吧,让我们掀起一次中国式的文艺复兴和启蒙运动,用现代文明的光芒照亮中华民族复兴之路,照亮中国的未来之路!!!

2010年2月