Deceitful Falun Gong Media Outlets Deny Their Roots
Recently, Falun Gong radio Sound of Hope's Chicago manager Yi Liu denied SoH's association with Falun Gong, while US congressional researcher documented SoH's link with Falun Gong:
"FLG followers are affiliated with several mass media outlets, including Internetsites. These includeThe Epoch Times, a newspaper distributed for free in eight languages and 30 countries (with adistribution of 1.5 million); New Tang Dynasty Television (NTDTV), a non-profit Chinese language station based in New York with correspondents in 50 citiesworldwide; and Sound of Hope, a northern California radio station founded by FLG members."Also last month, Epoch Times' Chairman Stephen Gregory denied Epoch's association with Falun Gong while the money trail between Epoch and Falun Gong leadership is an open secret.
In a conversation with a reporter who looked into FLG, I got this response:
For a movement that prides itself on "seeking out the truth," they certainly seem to do a lot of "spinning."
Frankly I'm not suprised. If FLG disciples wish to claim "Truthfullness", they better stop these unethical, dishonest behavior.