Peng Shaui is detained and in danger say 3 sources in China familiar with treatment of Falun Dafa women
“We have evacuated female humanitarian workers from China,” explains Katie Alsop, a founding director of a global women’s rights NGO, The RINJ Foundation.
“China is like ISIS. When we speak out against rape, ISIS retaliates, same with China,” she added. “We have been fighting with China over the rape and organ harvesting of women for a decade. This is no joke, what has happened to Ms. Peng. She is in trouble.”
“China just did the same thing to a famous female athlete, Peng Shaui, who with a beautiful soul and a smile that outshines the sun, is among the most talented women tennis players in the world. ‘Comrade Zhang Gaoli ! You thought you could rape her and get away with that? No. You cannot,'” said Ms. Alsop with a glare that could crack rocks.
When asked if the allegations of Ms. Peng comprised a rape, she said, “If someone has threatened, coerced, forced, intimidated, compelled you in any way to have intercourse (defined as penetration, no matter how slight, of the vagina or anus with any body part or object, or oral penetration by the sex organ of another person), even if you were forced to say “yes”, you were raped,” Ms. Alsop added. —[What to do.]
“98% Of all rape allegations are true,” say RINJ Women.
“Honestly, this is a last straw because of recent findings in the Falun Gong matter,” explains Geraldine Frisque on the phone in a calmer voice. She is the spokesperson for RINJ Women.
“We are in an intense mode of action and will be proactive in both surveillance and in bribing officials to get to the location where she is being held. I am authorized to say that. A decision was made to evacuate key people from Shenzhen because RINJ Women already slammed down hard on this rape allegation two weeks ago, in China,” Ms. Frisque added.
- “We also have dozens of allegations from the Falun Dafa / Falun Gong women in China, said Ms. Frisque.
- “Peng Shaui is not the only woman who has complained of being sexually exploited by Zhang Gaoli,” she added.
- “Peng Shaui is held in detention, of that we are certain.”
- “But it is possible that Xi Jinping has ordered a complete investigation and is hushing the matter until all the data has been put on his desk, hence we need to ask for that report, or any action that is taken as an outcome,” she continued.
“Our information is that Peng Shaui is in prison or maybe detained outside prison in recent hours since all hell broke loose on the matter. She is at risk as a candidate for organ harvesting, we are told. The people who do this are notified, we are told. We got that from three people who have helped RINJ with the investigations into crimes against humanity regarding the Falun Dafa women. Our sources are very credible and seem to have heard the rumour in three different provinces from different CPP members,” explains Ms. Frisque.
“Maybe by telling China CPP that we know a lot, they will stop,” she added in a last minute phone call prior to publication.
“It would be important to have proof of her whereabouts and wellbeing. We would urge that there be an investigation with full transparency into her allegations of sexual assault,” Throssell said on Twitter — @UNHumanRights
“According to available information, the former world doubles No. 1 hasn’t been heard from publicly since she alleged on social media that she was sexually assaulted. We would stress that it is important to know where she is and know her state, know about her wellbeing,” Ms. Throssell added.
The Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) has indicated a strong commitment to finding Peng Shaui.
The US President says he is contemplating various actions related to the 2022 Winter Olympic Games.
Liz Throssell, spokesperson for the UN Human Rights office, told RINJ in Geneva on Friday, “What we would say is that it would be important to have proof of her whereabouts and wellbeing, and we would urge that there be an investigation with full transparency into her allegations of sexual assault.”