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Topic - Wei Jingsheng
"Chen Guangcheng is no longer under the protection of the U.S. government, and there is no chance that the Chinese government will allow him to leave," Mr. Wei, speaking in Mandarin, told the Agence France-Presse news service.
"I think that the U.S. government made a serious mistake in allowing Chen Guangcheng to leave the embassy," Mr. Wei said. "They should not have been so quick to trust the Chinese government and should have gotten concrete guarantees in writing."