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Spanish Court Indicted Jiang Zemin and His Close Associates

On November 13, Spain’s court indicted five high-ranking CCP officials for crimes of torture and genocide against Falun Gong practitioners. According to AOL UK, the five officials are Jiang Zemin, former head of the Communist Party, who ordered the campaign to “eradicate” the Falun Gong meditation practice in 1999; Luo Gan, head of the notorious “610 Office,” a nationwide secret police task force; Bo Xilai, current Chongqing party secretary; Jia Qinglin and Wu Guanzheng, both members of the Politburo Standing Committee.

The defendants have 4 to 6 weeks to reply and could face extradition if traveling to a country that has extradition treaties with Spain, including China and the US. If convicted, each could face up to a 20-year prison term.

Source: AOL UK,

Additional Source: The Epoch Times, November 19, 2009