Toyota has mixed feelings about the Tokyo Olympics. But it’s okay with the Genocide Olympics.
After all, Wang Bingzhang, 73, also was sentenced in a secret, one-day trial — and he remains in prison 19 years later. The founder of an overseas democracy movement, Wang was abducted by Chinese secret police from Vietnam in 2002. He may be the longest-serving political prisoner in China, but in other ways his case, too, is far from extraordinary.