Global Coalition to Bring Jiang Zemin to Justice Submits Evidence to International Court in The Hague

On the afternoon of November 26 2003, the Global Coalition to Bring Jiang Zemin to Justice held a rally outside the Hague International Court. The coalition submitted printed materials about the lawsuit against Jiang from different countries to the first judge of the International Court and requested a trial of the Chinese dictator. The attendees came from Holland, Switzerland, Germany and Israel. This is the sixth public rally organized by Global Coalition following similar rallies in Paris, Munich, Frankfort, Cologne, and Berlin.

Resident of Holland Ms. Xianghe Wang told the audience about the persecution her family has suffered in China because five members of her family practise Falun Gong. Jiang's regime has committed genocide, crimes against humanity, and crimes of torture, and violated the basic human rights of Falun Gong practitioners. Five of her family members were illegally detained, including her 80-year-old mother and teenage niece.

Staff from the International Court saw the evidence displayed at the rally, including pictures depicting the torture.

Some Chinese tourist groups passed by from time to time. They were very surprised to see the crimes happening in China that are being covered up by Jiang's regime. Some took photos to take home.

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