The following is a translation of a note by activist Hu Jia, after he and a group of activists took photos of the plainclothes officers assigned to follow them.“When you left [writing to lawyer Gao Zhisheng], Wang Guoqi looked out the window and watched the black Audis without license plates down below. After half an hour [after meeting with lawyer Gao Zhisheng], our group of over ten people went out of the restaurant. No sooner had we left the Jiutouwu restaurant that we noticed a Nissan Bluebird with two people in the back seat taking our picture. We immediately took out our own cameras and rushed over. When we approached, we saw that it was one of the cars that had kept us under surveillance during the visit of the United Nations Special Commisioner on Torture (I took a similar picture at that time as well).” [continues…]
This article is from China Digital Times.