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The text of the background briefing on May 2 with senior State Department officials is already up here. The senior officials have a lot to say but not a lot of answers to questions from the press.
Chen Guangcheng has now reportedly told The Daily Beast’s Melinda Liu, “I need your help, I’m absolutely, absolutely ready to fly out on Hillary Clinton’s plane. Please tell the embassy what I’m saying.”
That’s absolutely going to be tricky, wouldn’t it?
- Law professor who advised Chen Guangcheng defends U.S.-China deal (latimesblogs.latimes.com)
- Chen Guangcheng: America shows a naivity that beggars belief (telegraph.co.uk)
- Chen Guangcheng: commentary and analysis from around the web – The Guardian (guardian.co.uk)
- CNN’s Stan Grant talks to Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng (cnnpressroom.blogs.cnn.com)