China Forced Abortion

December 18, 2011 by staff 

China Forced Abortion, Christian Bale decided that he wanted to visit a humanitarian in Dongshigu village who has been detained in his own home for 15 months. Bale traveled from the city of Beijing to visit the Chen Guangcheng.

Chen Guangcheng is a blind human rights campaigner in the People’s Republic of China. He has drawn international attention to human rights violations in China. Guangcheng was first placed under house arrest in September of 2005 after talking with Time magazine about the forced abortion cases he had investigated. He was sentenced to 4 years imprisonment for damaging property and disrupting traffic in a protest. He was released last September. However, activists say that although Guangcheng was released from prison he is still being held on house arrest.

The Dark Knight actor wanted to visit Guangcheng to shake his hand. He told CNN, “What I really wanted to do was to meet the man, shake his hand and say what an inspiration he is.” Instead Bale was turned away forcefully by security guards.

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