On May 12, a male petitioner set himself on fire after dousing himself with gasoline in front of the State Bureau of Letters and Calls in Beijing.
In the video, white smoke suddenly rises from the crowd and the crowd riots. According to a source provided by SkyNews citizen reporter Wang Jing, the self-immolator set himself on fire with gasoline and was burned on both legs.
It is estimated that there were tens of thousands of visitors lined up at the State Bureau of Letters and Visits that day, and some visitors at the scene shouted to senior officials in Zhongnanhai: “The Party Central Committee don’t sit in Zhongnanhai and enjoy the peace and quiet, the people have been forced to the brink by judicial corruption.”
Although there were tens of thousands of witnesses, there are few videos and news on the Internet. In response, Guangxi rights activist Li Yanjun said that the Communist Party keeps everything under wraps, and if you take pictures at the scene, he will have to arrest you. He lamented that the Chinese Communist regime is so brutal that the people have no way to go to heaven and no way to enter the earth.