The dissident who had escaped from house arrest was escorted by U.S. officials into the hands of the Chinese authorities. That action by U.S. officials seemed almost unbelievable. How do you return an individual who has seeked asylum back to the country that had him under house arrest? The eviction from the U.S. Embassy was allegedly done without coercion.

Now, Mr Guangcheng has changed his mind after talking with his wife.

Claiming of recent threats made against his family, he said he now wants to leave China as soon as possible. “My fervent hope is that it would be possible for me and my family to leave for the U.S. on Hillary Clinton’s plane,” he told the Daily Beast.

Now, what chance do you think he has of being released back to U.S. officials?

I still think the United States of America should not interfere with the laws of foreign nations. Who are we to judge about the rights of a man in China?