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Execution by truck
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"As Chinese economy grows, so does the demand for lucrative land. As a result, some villagers found themselves forcibly removed from the lands off which their families lived for generations. Activists who side with such villagers and voice against government officials who seize their property often without compensation are seen as unwanted elements and are faced with wrath of the government’s dogs.
Qian Yunhui from the Zhejiang province in eastern China was one of such political activists. He fought on behalf of oppressed villagers for whom he was the only sign of hope. Then one day he received a phone call asking him to attend a meeting in which rights of the villagers would be discussed. Qian Yunhui left to attend that meeting only to be discovered an hour later crushed under a wheel of a large truck owned by Yueqing Electric Power Plant.
Qian Yunhui had been in jail three times for his ongoing demands to compensate villagers for their seized lands. Eye witnesses who claim they were there when the accident took place also ended up in jail. According to their statements, 4 uniformed man struck Qian Yunhui and held him down so truck driver could run over him. The government later released a statement that death of Qian Yunhui was a result of normal traffic accident, claiming that he was struck by the truck trying to cross the road."
These things have happened here before and will again.