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Murder trial raises questions of Mao’s role in China’s Cultural Revolution

There are 5 comments on the McClatchy story from Mar 6, 2013, titled Murder trial raises questions of Mao’s role in China’s Cultural Revolution. In it, McClatchy reports that:

It’s not known whether Hong Yunke was still breathing after being strangled with a rope in December of 1967.

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CCP will FALL

Surrey, Canada

#1 Mar 6, 2013
“Everyone knows who the biggest murderer was. If old man Qiu is guilty and needs to be put on trial, then for his sake, at least the portrait should be taken down,” said one online user from the eastern province of Jiangsu, in an obvious reference to Mao and his huge likeness that hangs in the heart of Beijing.

Another man, from the southwestern province of Sichuan, wrote on Sina Weibo, a Twitter-like micro blog service, that,“There are thousands and tens of thousands of murderers who took lives during the Cultural Revolution. Most of them have not been prosecuted by the law.”

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CCP will FALL

Surrey, Canada

#2 Mar 6, 2013
Tiananmen Square would be much nicer without that big ugly portrait and that festering corpse.

Time for change.
2faces

Guangzhou, China

#3 Mar 6, 2013
It is no wonder China is such a despised country and not trusted. They follow the path of the insane man who has committed greatest genocide in the history of mankind. The Chinese communist party worships this worship this murderer with his picture hanging in the Capital of Beijing and his face all over the Chinese currency. Is it no wonder that the communist party only cares about building their own wealth The Tienanmen Square massacre is easily understood by the world as the communist party of China following the practices of their God Mao. The total disregard for the people of China is seen everyday and is the doctrine according to the actions of Mao. The Chinese communist party is not to be trusted
LOVE CHINA DESTROY CCP

Surrey, Canada

#4 Mar 7, 2013
2faces wrote:
It is no wonder China is such a despised country and not trusted. They follow the path of the insane man who has committed greatest genocide in the history of mankind. The Chinese communist party worships this worship this murderer with his picture hanging in the Capital of Beijing and his face all over the Chinese currency. Is it no wonder that the communist party only cares about building their own wealth The Tienanmen Square massacre is easily understood by the world as the communist party of China following the practices of their God Mao. The total disregard for the people of China is seen everyday and is the doctrine according to the actions of Mao. The Chinese communist party is not to be trusted
So true!

It is good to see that more and more Chinese patriots are waking up to the fact that this backwards, murderous, corrupt and obsolete regime must go if China is to have any sort of future worth living!

HOORAY for a FREE CHINA!!!
CCP are CRIMINALS

Surrey, Canada

#5 Mar 7, 2013
The trials most needed in China are trials of the current and all previous members of the Chinese Communist Patry gang of bandits!

HOORAY for a FREE CHINA!!!

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