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Ensapa

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This is the current state of the powerful people of China and how they abuse their rights and bully the people. Not too far away from the CTA.

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Girl Paraded in Handcuffs for Splashing Water on Government Car
by Fauna on Tuesday, May 28, 2013 285 comments



The following microblog post accusing a government official in a town in Guizhou province of having a 13-year-old girl handcuffed and then paraded on the streets after “accidentally spilling water on a town government vehicle” was the #1 “hottest” microblog post over the past 24 hours on popular Chinese microblogging service Sina Weibo at the time of translation, with over 151k reshares/forwards and 21k comments.

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@??????: For pouring water on Party secretary’s car, 13-year-old young girl handcuffed and paraded in public.


Guizhou province Hezhang county Kele town Party Secretary Yuan Zehong’s cruel law enforcement, police chief parades 13-year-old minor in public wearing handcuffs




2013 April 6th, Guizhou province Hezhang county Kele town Party Secretary Yuan Zehong had an altercation because a female minor, Rao Yao (13 years old), accidentally spilled water on a town government car. The town’s Deputy Mayor got out of the car and had an argument that came to blows with this minor girl. At the same time, this deputy mayor called the town’s party secretary Yuan Zehong over. Subsequently, Yuan Zehong led the town’s approximately 30 personnel and the town’s local police personnel in beating Chen Ziju (the minor girl Rao Yao’s aunt), causing Chen Ziju to immediately pass out. Just because Chen Ziju had said, “handcuffing will emotionally traumatize Rao Yao”, they then used handcuffs to shackle minor girl Rao Yao and paraded her publicly for approximately 20 minutes (paraded her up and down the street twice, with a police car leading the way with its siren on). Soon after, she was then taken to the local police station where she was illegally detained for 12 hours.



Party Secretary Yuan Zehong hooted at the victim’s family, “If the Party committee and government says you’re white [innocent/good], you’re white. If it says you’re black [guilty/bad], then you’re black. I can get several cars of people to come fight with you whenever I want. However you want to play, I can play with you.” Dare we ask, is the mafia/triad? That it can enforce the law however it pleases?

Party Secretary Yuan Zehong, while in office, beats peddlers and the people, forcibly expropriating land. There have been multiple people who have been hospitalized from his beatings, with irrefutable proof. He has already incited the public anger of the masses, with petitions jointly signed by thousands. Hope the relevant [government] departments and media will give their attention to this.

Jessie Fong

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Re: Girl Paraded in Handcuffs for Splashing Water on Government Car
« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2013, 10:14:11 PM »
Clearly he has a lot of issues to deal with, especially anger, ego and bullying.

Can he not see that it was just water that was accidently splashed onto the car? She is just a young child. Even if you feel you need to reprimand her, do you need to go to that extreme? What was he trying to prove?

If by that insignifant act she was handcuffed and paraded, what extreme punishment would be meted out for something more serious?

Obviously he was just taking the laws into his own hands by terrifying the little girl, treating her like a criminal.

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Re: Girl Paraded in Handcuffs for Splashing Water on Government Car
« Reply #2 on: June 02, 2013, 02:34:56 AM »
Clearly he has a lot of issues to deal with, especially anger, ego and bullying.

Can he not see that it was just water that was accidently splashed onto the car? She is just a young child. Even if you feel you need to reprimand her, do you need to go to that extreme? What was he trying to prove?

If by that insignifant act she was handcuffed and paraded, what extreme punishment would be meted out for something more serious?

Obviously he was just taking the laws into his own hands by terrifying the little girl, treating her like a criminal.

This is the halmark of a corrupt official, someone with responsibilities to protect the city and the people but who has grown too intoxicated with power and money. What is equally suprising is that the Chinese government has not suspended him for wrong conduct yet. Perhaps he has bribed everyone around, or perhaps his karma to be a government official has not yet exhausted. However, once it is exhausted, all of his negative karma will explode in his face at once and them it's our turn to pity him. I hope that the Chinese government would take action against him soon so that he cannot continue to abuse his power.

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Re: Girl Paraded in Handcuffs for Splashing Water on Government Car
« Reply #3 on: June 02, 2013, 08:43:44 AM »
China will not tolerate such abuse from officials, especially with the new Governement tackling abuses and corruption.

They know this is poisonous for the country and undermine the foundation on which the country must be built.

I doubt that this mayor has any political future left ahead of him, for the least that would be asked of him is to control his temper, to not act out of anger, to lead by example, to NOT abuse his power. He failed at this and made such a show of it... I doubt he'll be going any further in his career!

Poor girl, I hope she won't build ressentment over this and grow her realisation of Dharma instead.


Clearly he has a lot of issues to deal with, especially anger, ego and bullying.

Can he not see that it was just water that was accidently splashed onto the car? She is just a young child. Even if you feel you need to reprimand her, do you need to go to that extreme? What was he trying to prove?

If by that insignifant act she was handcuffed and paraded, what extreme punishment would be meted out for something more serious?

Obviously he was just taking the laws into his own hands by terrifying the little girl, treating her like a criminal.

This is the halmark of a corrupt official, someone with responsibilities to protect the city and the people but who has grown too intoxicated with power and money. What is equally suprising is that the Chinese government has not suspended him for wrong conduct yet. Perhaps he has bribed everyone around, or perhaps his karma to be a government official has not yet exhausted. However, once it is exhausted, all of his negative karma will explode in his face at once and them it's our turn to pity him. I hope that the Chinese government would take action against him soon so that he cannot continue to abuse his power.

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Re: Girl Paraded in Handcuffs for Splashing Water on Government Car
« Reply #4 on: June 02, 2013, 01:09:27 PM »
Clearly he has a lot of issues to deal with, especially anger, ego and bullying.

Can he not see that it was just water that was accidently splashed onto the car? She is just a young child. Even if you feel you need to reprimand her, do you need to go to that extreme? What was he trying to prove?

If by that insignifant act she was handcuffed and paraded, what extreme punishment would be meted out for something more serious?

Obviously he was just taking the laws into his own hands by terrifying the little girl, treating her like a criminal.

This is the halmark of a corrupt official, someone with responsibilities to protect the city and the people but who has grown too intoxicated with power and money. What is equally suprising is that the Chinese government has not suspended him for wrong conduct yet. Perhaps he has bribed everyone around, or perhaps his karma to be a government official has not yet exhausted. However, once it is exhausted, all of his negative karma will explode in his face at once and them it's our turn to pity him. I hope that the Chinese government would take action against him soon so that he cannot continue to abuse his power.

This guy certainly got a problem. how can one be a government official when he would punish a minor over a spilling water onto a government owned car. She's just a 13 year old kid and knows nothing much and all he did was parading her to the public for an offense that she doesn't even know about. Why would the Chinese government keep quiet on this? I guess the officials knows him or have dealings with him and that is why his much publicised sin still unpunished.