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Zeng Hanlin and his family have decided to uphold the search for truth, regardless of the outcome, they will appeal till the end of time, to let the whole world knows about his innocence, his miscarriage of justice. Therefore, we hope that the media coverage can help to appeal to the China national leaders to extract the footage or recording of the whole trial and verdict, to listen to the truth, to be our judge! Even if the result of this injustice cannot be reversed, we vowed to never give up, to persistently let the world international Media / Human Rights Organizations / Ambassador and Consulate / National Leaders know that the so-called human rights advocating country Canada, is scarifying a human life for their economic benefits. We vowed to seek justice for Zeng Hanlin, even if he die of old age in prison, we declare that we will never give up on this pursuit of justice. 曾汉林与家属决定要坚持寻求真理,无论结果如何也要上诉到底,令世人知道真相。 在此,我们希望媒体的报道可以呼吁国家领导人听听当天庭内的录像记录,评评道理! 即使这场冤案结果无法扭转,我们誓言永不放弃,向世界各国媒体/人权组织/大使领事/国家领袖等知道所谓的人权国加拿大,在获取经济利益背后的所作所为。务必要为曾汉林讨回公道,即时他老死在狱内也绝不罢休。

Sunday, February 26, 2012

Zeng Han Lin Press Conference in Canada - 01 Mar 2012 @ 11am

Beseech a Fair and Open Trial!
Canadian government sacrifices Zeng Hanlin to China for economic reforms, ignoring human rights. Zeng Hanlin’s family has decided to engage David Matas to start the legal proceeding against Canadian government. Special Feature includes Petition from China top 21 law experts vouching that Zeng Hanlin is not a Criminal!
Details for Press Conference of Zeng Hanlin as below:

Thursday, March 1, 2012, at 11 am

Offices of Mamann Sandaluk & Kingwell LLP
82 Richmond Street East (at Church Street)
Toronto, ON, Canada M5C 1P1
Sam Zeng (Son of Zeng Hanlin)
Milly Zeng (Daughter-in-law of Zeng Hanlin)
Daniel Kingwell, Barrister and Solicitor
David Matas, Barrister and Solicitor
(Winnipeg lawyer and human rights advocate David Matas has been nominated for the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize for his work on human rights.)

Please register for this press conference by contacting Ms Diane Maxwell at (1-416) 862-0000 or email: hanyzeng@gmail.com.

About Zeng Hanlin:
        Zeng Hanlin is a businessman in China. Ten years ago, his business partner in China collaborated with corrupted officials to set him up and framed him for "Contract Fraud".
        Not only was he being deprived of all possessions, but was also listed as China Top 10 wanted fugitive for criminal fraud.
        He was accused of absconding RMB 35 million yuan bank loan and fled to Canada (after his deportation back to China, it was confirmed that he did not steal a penny!).
        Sadly, he was denied a Fair trial to prove his innocence!
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Saturday, February 4, 2012

Appeal Letter from HK Democratic Party Legislative Councillor Emily Lau to China President Hu Jintao

English Version
Appeal Letter from Hong Kong Democratic Party Legislative Councillor Emily Lau to China President Hu Jintao
Office of Emily Lau, Legislative Councillor
Document No: 120127 (1)
Beijing City
Xi Cheng District
Fu Cheng Street No. 2 (Zhong Nan Hai West Gate)
People Republic of China President
Mr Hu Jintao

President Hu:
On the 27th of Jan, our office had received a distress call from Hong Kong citizen Mr Zeng. It is regarding his father, Zeng Hanlin, who was involved in a contract fraud 10 years ago, wanted by the Police, eventually fleeing to Canada seeking asylum, deported from Canada to China for trial last year.
Mr Zeng mentioned that, since his father return, the china authority had handed this case over to Chengdu District Court for hearing, but the hearing was conducted as a closed-door trial. Therefore, he wishes for Mr Hu to show solicitude for his father trial, in hope that his father will get a fair and open trial. Attached are the related documents for your kind perusal.
Henceforth, Mr Zeng had requested my assistance to address this letter to you sir, beseeching your help. Should you require further clarification, please do not hesitate to contact him at hong kong number 9156 8067.

Yours faithfully,
Emily Lau

Office of Emily Lau, Legislative Councillor
Room 910, Legislative Council Complex,
1 Legislative Council Road
Central, Hong Kong
Tel: +(852) 2509 0393
Fax: +(852) 2332 1893
Email: elau@dphk.org
Website: http://www.emilylau.org.hk