(c) photo by Rheneas Choi
As many may know, I was involved in the #FreeLiuXiaobo movement from its inception. It all began with a series of chats from the charity based in Hong Kong in 2009. The concerned human rights body of organisations went on in 2010 to accept Liu’s Nobel Peace Prize for him in Oslo because China arrested him and held him in prison since 2010.
Since many are sending their opinions and feelings about the events of Liu’s death, I decided perhaps the best thing was to simply state what I know of the events which led to his final moments through the networks which supported him to the end and continue to help countless victims of the 6’4 Tienanmen Massacre in Beijing in 1989.
It is my personal belief that Mr Liu’s legacy should be one of him being able to live and die in Truth…
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