Those who want to prevent ethnic Kazakhs who escaped from China from telling their stories continue to resort to legal and illegal actions.
His wife’s picket at the Chinese consulate in Almaty got so much attention that the CCP decided to give up, ad set her husband free after 17 years of detention.
New camps are established around factories (for forced labor) but also around hospitals, perhaps connected with organ harvesting.
In desperation, they demonstrated before the Chinese consulates in Almaty, Kazakhstan and Istanbul, Turkey. Each had a story of persecution and abuse.
The “Kazakh Robin Hood” fought against the CCP and was executed in 1951. Now, the CCP is identifying and arresting his family members.
His brother is in jail in China for affirming his Kazakh identity. He believed he was free to protest in Almaty. He learned he was not.
The human rights activist announces he will remain in exile until a second prosecution will also be terminated.
Kaisha Akan was beaten with a heavy iron object, and Murager Alimuly stabbed, confirming that the long arm of the CCP pursues asylum seekers abroad.
Another ethnic Kazakh who escaped arrest in Xinjiang obtains temporary asylum in Kazakhstan, and tells his story to Bitter Winter.