Wednesday, October 28, 2020

CGTN - CGTN finds Mihrigul Tursun's claims false

 Okay, it's China state media, but Mihrigul Tursun's family say she was lying and that her son is still alive.

In a recent CNN interview, a woman named Mihrigul Tursun claimed one of her three children was killed by the Chinese government. She said she was separated from her triplets at the Urumqi airport in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region and held in custody in 2015. Mihrigul said she was told after her release that her son died following an operation. But according to a CGTN investigation, what Mihrigul Tursun said about her child's death is a lie

1 comment:

Marian Ruccius said...

If it is an official Chinese Government piece, then it should automatically be disbelieved. The Government of China can settle the controversy just by giving international journalists unfettered access to local people. There is 0 security risk to China of doing so, merely reputation risk. SO THAT MEANS THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT IS LYING.