ChinaAid founder: Even death threats 'will never stop us'

Tuesday, November 3, 2020
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

China's Xi in front of CCP meetThe U.S. Government is doing its best to protect the life of a China-born American whose life has been threatened.

OneNewsNow recently reported that Bob Fu, a Christian and a supporter of Democracy, escaped a Chinese prison in 1996 and eventually came to the United States to found ChinaAid, located in Midland, Texas. He and his wife had been arrested for evangelizing, and they have fought against the persecution of Christians in China since their conversion.

Recently, Communists and their supporters began daily demonstrations with up to 50 people at Fu's home in Texas, apparently paid for by Guo Wengui, a Chinese billionaire who lives in New York and claims Fu is a spy.

"We're still continuing our fight for religious freedom by continuing to expose the persecution in China, by continuing to encourage those who are persecuted," Fu tells OneNewsNow. "We are not stopping; this kind of tactic will never stop us."

Fu

Fu's family has been moved to an undisclosed location for their safety, and authorities are looking into the situation.

"Our local government, and certainly also the FBI, they are looking at this very, very closely," he asserts. That includes the violent threats posted by this group, even bomb threats calling for Fu's elimination.

The case has seen some progress. Last week, the Justice Department charged eight people in connection with the same type of harassment situation of a New Jersey Chinese man who China wants returned to the mainland. The eight are charged with being illegal agents of the Communist nation.

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