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    What is the truth behind the death of the 76-year-old Chinese petitioner grabbed by Chinese Armed police from the US Embassy?

    Further stories regarding Yu Rufa's death:

    To clarify Dr. Xu Zhiyong's message on Twitter (@zhiyong, published on 11:00 21 Jun 2012), the author has interviewed Mr. Yu Haobo, the son of the 76-year-old Chinese citizen Yu Rufa, who was grabbed from inside the US Embassy by two Chinese armed police, transferred to Chinese police in Beijing and died within 2 days.
    Dr. Xu Zhiyong made an apology by Twitter that a volunteer from Gomeng was sent for investigation and learned that the old man was sent home without wounds, which retorted Mr. Yu Haobo's saying that his father was wounded seriously.
    Mr. Yu Haobo said even though he was found not wounded on the skin, his father could not stand straight any more, neck was not able to stretch, and he had lost the ability to make himself understood by speaking. Mr. Yu Haobo also said that he did not see anyone appear in the name of "volunteer" to investigate anything regarding his father's death.
    Here attached are an interview regarding Yu Rufa's case and his statement that his father received life threat against any other attempt to enter into the US Embassy.
    For this, the author appeal to the US Embassy in Beijing release the video record of Mr. Yu Rufa's stay in the Embassy in order that we know the truth behind the case.




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