All Comments for China Train Station Attackers May Have Acted 'in Desperation'

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Akbar from New York :

This is disgusting. How do you kill 29 innocent civilians in "desperation"? Whatever situation they were facing, how does that justify murdering innocent civilians that had nothing to do with whatever persecution they faced in Xinjiang?

Shame on RFA for attempting to justify murder.

Mar 08, 2014 10:56 AM

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Katherine from Hong Kong :

I am sympathetic towards the Uighurs but I am surprised that the RFA can published a story thst is entirely based on the opinions, not facts, on one single, anonymous source whose background we know nothing about. If the revelation of the source's identify eould put him in a dangerous position, there should have been explanation of why this person is in the position to know, and what qualifies him to say sich a thing. As it is, just about anybody on the street can make such a claim and you're basing your entire story on this claim who may or may not be in the authority to know this for sure?I myself
is a journalist and this is just a basic standard we journalists should stick to.

[Editor's Note: As noted in our mission statement, RFA adheres to rigorous journalistic standards of objectivity, accuracy, and fairness.]

Mar 05, 2014 11:58 AM

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Mark from Los Angeles :

A crock of cow manure this story. Seems to justify this random massacre with a just cause. I hope China crushed this poison from their soil.

Mar 04, 2014 03:17 AM

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