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Wu Lijuan’s Third Suit against Xiao Tianshu, Chief of Public Security Bureau – Court Trial

January 29, 2015

Petitioner Wu Lijuan from Qianjiang City, Hubei Province, filed complaints against Xiao Tianshu, the Chief of Qianjiang City Public Security Bureau. The trial took place on 7 January 2015 at Hanjiang Intermediate People’s Court in Hubei Province.

Wu Lijuan filed four points of opposition: the government official’s absence from court while being sued by citizen; the judge’s not having sent her the opponent’s evidence and defense before the trial; not being allowed to read her bill of defense, and the court trial’s simple procedures and disregard of law.  

Wu Lijuan said, President Xi Jinping reiterated about “ruling the country by law”, “governing the country according to law” and letting the people “feel” the justice of law – yet she never has “felt” it.


 

伍立娟第三次状告公安局局长肖天树案开庭

伍立娟

今天伍立娟状告湖北省潜江市公安局局长肖天树一案今天2015年元月7号在湖北仙桃汉江中级法院开庭,工行同事黄行芝参加了旁听,潜江周矶访民彭峰参加一般辩护。

今天我们提前到了汉江中级法院,到后联系了立案庭张伟他说先等一会,还是在原来的第七审判庭,还是上两次状告案开庭的原班人马,首先办理了彭峰作为一般代理的手续,做了简单的开庭仪式宣读开庭纪律要求关闭所有手机,就正式开始了。

我首先提出了案件异议,第一是:民告官却不见官,新的民事诉讼法告官员的必须官员本人到庭,如被告官员不到庭如同放弃,放弃就是等于案子是输的。

第二,审判长没有在开庭前把对方的证据与答辩送给我,这一做法就很明显的在为肖天树做事,我提出来这对我很不公平。

 第三,审判员张伟不让我宣读我的答辩状,我强行宣读了一页然后他强行打断了我的宣读,这种野蛮法官如同流氓。

第四:正式开始到结束不到一个小时,这样简单的形式开庭根本不给我答辩反驳的机会,完全是无视法律,玩弄法律,这就是周永康的法制毒瘤,习主席多次在中央会议上说,“要依法治国,依法执政”说要让老百姓都“感受”到法律的公平,法律的公平是老百姓应该享有的权利怎么可能只是“感受”,习主席我今天的开庭没有“感受”到法律的公平。

 

 

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