Thursday, October 26, 2006

China jails pro-freedom blogger

China jailed an Internet blogger named Li Jianping for "praising pro-rights protests in Hong Kong." He was found guilty earlier this year for "inciting subversion of state power." Reporters Without Borders says that at least 32 journalists and 50 Internet writers are political prisoners being held in Chinese prisons.

Credit Michelle Malkin with catching this news item -- and also for providing this humorous faux-Google logo. Given their willingness to collaborate with the regime in Beijing, one has to wonder if Google or any other American dot-coms aided in the gathering of "evidence" on Li.


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