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关于施军的紧急证明


施军先生是中国民主党北美的重要干部。多年参加过反对中国政府迫害人权的活动。他被遣送回国,必将遭到中国
政府的严重迫害。

特此紧急证明

前中国民主党联合总部主席
中国民主党海外流亡总部顾问

王希哲
2006年3月14日
xz7793@hotmail.com
tel:1-510-5368238

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1999年元旦联合国广场抗议徐文立、王有才、秦永敏被捕绝食。施军,右起第二人

Free China Movement

4101 Davenport St., NW, Washington, DC 20016

Tel: (703) 864-9304, (510)882-3594

http://www.freechina.net/

March 15, 2006

Washington, DC

Reactions from CDP and Chinese Democracy Movement Leaders Regarding BIA's Decision to Deport Mr. Shi Jun(A# 76724519) at 11:00 AM, March15, 2006.

We are told that Mr. Shi had been transferred to a jail near Detroit Airport and would be deported soon. Last attempt to Mr. Shi Jun around
Feb 23, 2006 ended with Mr. Shi's hear attack and subsequent emergency treatment in a hospital when he strongly protested the deportation effort for fear of clean and immediate danger if he were sent to Beijing.

"There are more than 40000 illegal immigrant in USA, the decision by the INS to deport Mr. Shi Jun, an important CDP regional leader, is deeply disappointing to us." stated Xu Wenli, co-founder and chairman of China Democracy Party Overseas Headquarter who had spent 6 years in jail for confounding CDP in 1998 before he was exiled to USA in 2004.

"We are very troubled to know BIA's decision to deport Mr. Shi Jun, a key leader of China Democracy Party overseas. Mr. Shi would definitely face political persecution because of his anti-communist activities. CDP has been labeled by the Chinese government as 'hostile political organization' in their recent arrest and sentence of another CDP member in China. We ask INS judge to make one final effort not to deport Mr. Shi Jun!" Stated Wang Xizhe, co-founder of CDP and former
co-chair of CDP Joint Headquarter and the senior consultant to CDP Overseas Headquarter. Mr. Wang is also cofounder and Executive president of Free China Movement.

"We want to ask the INS judge in Detroit to give Mr. Shi's deportation decision another look. It's unfortunate that Mr. Shi's case had not been handled correctly by his previous lawyer. The fact that CDP is regarded by the Chinese government as hostile means that any known CDP member in China will be arrested and prosecuted by the communist government as either a member or leader of the hostile organization. Please give Mr. Shi another chance and do not send him back to the hands of the Communist who is waiting to arrest him." Stated Shengde Lian, executive director of Free China Movement, former student leader in 1989 pro democracy movement, and political prisoner in China for two years after the Beijing Massacre.

Mr. Wei Jingsheng is very worried to learn of BIA's deportation decision and is contacting the immigration judge in Detroit to ask her to reconsider the deportation decision by BIA. The phone number of the Immigration judge in Detroit Martha Nettles is 3132262603.

For more information, please contact:

Wang Xizhe 5108823594

Wei Jingsheng 2022770809

Xu Wenli 4018639768

Lian Shengde 7038649304


徐文立为施军事致美国移民局的信函

尊敬的美国移民局:

我是徐文立。

我是1978年中国民主墙运动发起人之一,亦是1998年中国民主党创建人之一。我二次被中国政府判刑共28年,前后二次坐牢16年。现在,我在美国于布朗大学沃森国际研究所任教,以及负责“中国民主党海外流亡总部”和“关注中国中心”基金会的工作。

当1998年11月9日,“中国民主党京津党部”正式成立之后,消息传到了北美,在美国的施军用电话向“京津党部”和我本人提出了入党的申请,鉴于中国民主党是一个现代型的政党组织,它的组织原则是非常开放的。于是,党部和我决定接纳施军的入党请求,只要求他按当时的“临时党章”在电话上进行了入党宣誓。之后不久,即1998年11月30日,我便再次被捕入狱。

布朗大学沃森国际研究所资深教授

徐文立
2006年3月10日

A Letter In Regard to the Case of Mr. Jun Shi

Dear Officers of the United States Immigration and Citizenship Service,

It gives me great honor to correspond with you.

I am Wenli Xu, one of the founders of the Democracy Wall Movement in 1978 and also a co-founder of the Chinese Democracy Party in 1998. I have been arrested twice by the Chinese government for my political activities and sentenced to a total of 26 years in prison, of which I served 16 years. Currently, I am a professor at the Watson Institute of International Studies at Brown University and also serve concurrently as the convener of the Democratic Party Overseas Exile Headquarter as well as the Chairman of the Caring for China Center (CCC).

On November 19, 1998, the Chinese Democratic Party Beijing-Tianjing Chapter was officially established, and this news spread to North America. Mr. Jun Shi, who was residing in the United States at the time, called me (I was still in China at that time) to express his interest in joining the party. Because the Chinese Democratic Party is a very modern political organization, its organizational principle is very open and accepting. After I discussed this matter with the other leaders of the party, we have agreed to accept Mr. Shi’s request to join the party. Later, Mr. Shu swore the party oath over the telephone upon the “provisional constitution” of the party, and officially became a member of the Chinese Democratic Party. On November 30, 1998, I was arrested and imprisoned.

Sincerely,

Wenli Xu, Ph.D

Watson Institute, Brown University