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The article should probably report the court report in detail, but the article almost appears to endorse it - this needs to be changed.BinSchmidt (talk) 10:53, 28 March 2011 (UTC) I've deleted the following text:
Liu's "rumors and slanders" against the Chinese Communist Party and the PRC government found in recent articles:
"The rule of the Communist Party has always been characterized by high pressure and terror",
"The Communist Party authorities "rely on naked violence",
The evening news television broadcast is "an important tongue of the authorities for idiotizing the people",
The Chinese people live under "the terrorizing rule of the political police", and "live their lives mechanically like slaves", and
"The officials of the Chinese authorities I have actually had contact with have all been playing the role of accomplices to the inhumane state apparatus".
The information should probably be included somehow, if it was from the Indictment, as the link suggests, but in this format it almost looks like wikipedia is endorsing the view that these are in fact "rumors and slanders", which violates NPOV.BinSchmidt (talk) 11:00, 28 March 2011 (UTC)
I agree completely. I'll start working on improving this.. Ltalk 05:47, 5 July 2011 (UTC)