MotherChinese artist and activist says he saves the officers' actions were "shocking, twisted, evil" The mother of the Chinese artist Ai Weiwei and activists accused the authorities of persecuting her son, who described his approach as "creepy, badly twisted." Gao Ying said he was speaking because she feared Ai - who was detained for nearly three months this spring - would lose their freedom again. He faces a tax bill of £ 1.5 million, of which the good people have pledged to help pay. "My heart is injured ... Why not act in accordance with the law? "She asked. "As a mother, I love this country, I love people and want this country to have a good image in the world. However, these events are too embarrassing. How much of this type of product for him? Is not that harassment? " She said officials would not speak to the media, but told the Guardian: "I do not resist ... I must speak, or I am not qualified to be a mother.
She says her son has just risen to defend the rights of ordinary people, by asking, "Is it just happened to turn a person into an enemy, and an object of hatred with these words authorities:?. [Is a] strange, twisted way, evil "
The 80-year-old added that I had to report to authorities every time I visited and was pursued by a security guard of the state through the celebration of his birthday.
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