CASES ARE NOT THE SAME
Followers of a spiritual practice sued a Chinese TV director for programs they said incited violence against the group, comparing the programs to shows in Rwanda that called for genocide. But international law expert Peter Spiro said the Chinese case doesn't indicate clear genocidal activity. To read the complete story, see The New York Times. In the archives search field, enter the article title "Chinese TV Director Sued by Falun Gong Claims Free Speech Protection in the U.S." The article was published 1/2/05, and the author is Adam Liptak.
"CASES ARE NOT THE SAME" (2005). In The News. Paper 294.