A courageous Chinese-American who was imprisoned by China’s communists says he is grateful America’s legal system is helping him fight against a mob that was organized by a suspected Chinese spy.
Bob Fu, who escaped to America in the 1990s after surviving the Tiananmen Square massacre, has been granted a federal court order that keeps protesters away from his Midland, Texas home.
One News Now reported last fall that Fu was enduring daily protests after the mob was sent there by Guo Wengui, a New York City-based billionaire. He has accused Fu, a Christian pastor, of being a spy for Beijing and a “fake” pastor despite the former dissent founding a watchdog group, China Aid, that documents religious persecution in China.
The Christian Post has reported that Fu shared a judge’s restraining order with the news outlet that shows the judge ordered Wengui, or anyone associated with him, from picketing in front of Fu’s home, approaching his family, or picketing outside China Aid’s building.
The restraining order, which expires June 1, appears to be related to a lawsuit Fu filed last November against Wengui that alleges the billionaire is targeting him with death threats and protests.
Fu and his family have been under protective custody since the protests began.
No one in authoritarian China speaks and travels without permission of the CCP, including becoming a billionaire, and Wengui’s claim that he fled to the U.S. to escape communism was challenged by a business-related lawsuit that describes him as a “dissident hunter” and Chinese “agent” sent to the U.S.
Fu tells One News Now the lawsuit was filed because the CCP is using agents inside the United States to silence a “voice of freedom” that is criticizing China’s evil, authoritarian government.
When the protesters descended on Fu's home in Midland, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) defended Fu and called him a "fearless voice for human rights." Cruz also accused the CCP of being behind the harassment.