Unpunished Crime Against Humanity
Students who had protested for weeks on the Tiananmen square in Beijing against government corruption and demanded democratic reforms massacred by tanks and heavily armed soldiers on the night of June 3, 1989.
Hundreds if not thousands died while being shot and others were crushed by tanks in the violent crackdown that continued into the wee hours of June 4.
Chinese authorities have never admitted wrongdoing for sending in troops to crush the protests and have ignored calls for a complete, formal accounting of what happened, including how many people died.
International community never made China accountable for this crime against humanity instead corrupted Western politicians and business rewarded Chinese Communist tyrants with visas and trade.