FLUSHING, N.Y. — Bruce L. Roistacher, a prominent Long Island attorney announced today that the founder and leader of the China Democracy Party and the Party for Freedom and Democracy in China has been acquitted of all criminal charges after a jury verdict in Suffolk County, New York.

Ni Yu Xian, an internationally known Chinese dissident and the subject of the Chinese novel “The Second Loyalty” and the American novel “The Life and times of a Chinese Dissident,” was charged with serious allegations that Roistacher stated were “Uncorroborated, outrageous and possibly politically motivated.”

Ni’s group erupted with sustained applause in the standing room only press conference held at the Sheraton East hotel in Flushing, N.Y. on Nov. 7.

Roistacher praised the American justice system and stated “It took a year and a half to get these lies before a jury and it took only a matter of hours for the jury to find Ni not guilty.”

The group then presented Roistacher with their annual achievement for the “Defender of human rights in the vanguard of justice” award.

Law Offices Of Bruce L. Roistacher, +1-631-439-6800

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