“Xinjiang Police Files: Images of horror outrage the world”, report München.
— this is an excellent ARD short film now translated into English, on the recent massive leak of grim photos of camp detainees, and other documents on the Xinjiang genocide, including further reconfirmation that Mr Xi Jinping himself personally is the chief leader instigating and driving the mass atrocities. Includes discussion of the forensics of the photos and their authenticity, and the significance of this additional major leak of damning Chinese government files.
The film was earlier released In German:
Xinjiang Police Files – Bilder des Grauens empören die Welt. 24.05.2022 ∙ report MÜNCHEN ∙ Das Erste
More materials on the leak in this online bibliography (periodically updated) on the genocide in the Uyghur region (East Turkestan). There you find, for example, the BBC version:
Leaked data offers significant new insights into China’s Uyghur detention camps – John Sudworth, BBC News, May 24, 2022.
Hacked files reveal Chinese “shoot-to-kill” policy in Uighur detention camps – John Sudworth, BBC News, May 24, 2022.
A huge collection of data including images linked to China’s mistreatment of Uighurs and other ethnic minorities has been handed to the BBC. The information was hacked from Chinese police computers. It includes evidence of a shoot-to-kill policy for anyone trying to escape from so-called “re-education” camps in the western region of Xinjiang. Over the past few years more than a million Uighurs are believed to have been detained in the camps and made to undertake forced labour. China denies claims of torture and carrying out forced sterilisations and abortions. It says claims that Uighurs are being mistreated and made to undertake forced labour are “entirely fabricated”. Huw Edwards presents a BBC News at Ten special investigation by John Sudworth.
The faces from China’s Uyghur detention camps. By John Sudworth. BBC, 24 May 2022.
Thousands of photographs from the heart of China’s highly secretive system of mass incarceration in Xinjiang, as well as a shoot-to-kill policy for those who try to escape, are among a huge cache of data hacked from police computer servers in the region.
Note that these efforts, and others, show us that real journalists are still doing their job, even as Chinese genocide regime tries so hard to block the truth …
… and even as the UN ‘high commissioner for human rights’ Michelle Bachelet so dramatically disappointing the millions of people that had placed hope in the UN making a difference through her May visit to China — but for reasons that are hard to understand, she capitulated to the genocide regime in China, parroting its version of events — a disaster for the UN, too; see for example:
UN’s Bachelet says China trip not for a probe, faces criticism. Aljazeera. 28 May 2022.
The UN Human Rights chief has failed us, our families–and the world. Washington Post. 1 June 2022.
How the UN became a propaganda tool of China’s genocidal denial propaganda. Washington Post. 29 May 2022.
Germany says UN rights chief’s trip to China fell short of expectation. Reuters. 30 May 2022.
Finland’s FM worried about treatment of Uighurs. Euractiv. 30 May 2022.
UN visit falls short of addressing crimes against humanity in Xinjiang. Amnesty International. 28 May 2022.
UN rights chief falls under wheels of China’s propaganda machine. France24. 27 May 2022.
UN Rights Chief Reports on Her Visit to China: What’s Wrong with This Picture? Human Rights in China. 28 May 2022.
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