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October 16, 2006

PROTV Exclusive Video Footage Of Chinese Soldiers Killing Tibetan pilgrims

Chinese soldiers.jpg[Image: Scene from video.(PROTV)]

Pro Tv cameraman Sergiu Matei returned to Romania after climbing Himalaya and brought home with him a shocking story of him and other climbers witnessing a "people hunt" - a scene that showed Chinese soldiers killing Tibetan pilgrims in cold blood.

The Chinese authorities don't deny the fact, but blame the Tibetans. Watch the shocking video here.

As reported by Spiro News:

A Romanian news cameraman, Sergiu Matei, returned to Romania after climbing the Himalayas and brought video of Chinese soldiers shooting Tibetans crossing into Nepal.

China admitted to shooting the Tibetans but blamed it on self-defense although they didn't explain who attacked the Chinese.

Members of a group of 43 Tibetans have described their terrifying flight to Nepal under deadly fire from Chinese border guards who took several dozen other Tibetans into custody.

Other Westerners witnessed the shooting on September 30 saying 36 to 37 Tibetans were detained after the killings. The climbers in the area said Chinese troops put rifles to their shoulders and fired at Tibetans crossing the pass.

The group, which originally numbered around 80 Tibetans, began their journey out of Chinese-controlled Tibet on Sept. 30-Oct. 1, according to members of the group--41 asylum-seekers and two Tibetan escorts--who arrived in Kathmandu on Oct. 10.

"When the Chinese fired at us, I was so tense and frightened. It is still difficult for me to explain what happened," one man said in an interview after arriving at the Tibetan Reception Center in Kathmandu.

"It was so tense and confusing that I just thought of staying alive and escaping. I couldn't think of anything else or help the others."

"I think the Chinese fired for about 15 minutes. I felt bullets whizzing past my ears. In fact I felt about five bullets pass by me and luckily they missed me. I was so frightened that I crawled in the snow using my hands and feet. The snow was about knee-deep," he said.

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Posted by Abdul at October 16, 2006 9:47 PM





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