I came across this investigative journalism video by British reporters called "Unreported World: China's Olympic Lie" on the popular HK Chinese language forum (discuss.com.hk).
After watching it, I think the stories about Beijingers resisting forced evictions, relocations and the "black jails" provides more info on what has been happening in the city hosting the 2008 Olympics. There is a lot of debate on the Chinese forums, based in HK. None here.
This kind of "news" is not new. Injustices go on everywhere, not just in the PRC. But when the PRC police actively help to silence those who fight the bullys linked to local authorities and their hired hands, it's more than an eye-opener!
This type of video may not be accessible in the PRC.
Info about the video
Reporter Aidan Hartley and producer Andrew Carter investigate alleged human rights abuses in China, including footage of the "black jails" the
government more...denies exist. They discover the plight of those fighting against eviction from their homes to make way for Olympic infrastructure, with a policy of radical urban development leading to 1.5million people being forcibly relocated
Unreported World: Chinas Olympic Lie - Channel: sil2222 on LiveVideo.com