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Feng Zhenghu Released, Xu Peiling and Four Others Detained for Five Days

November 15, 2016

On November 14, two days before the elections for National People's Congress deputies from Yangpu District in Shanghai, well-known activist Feng Zhenghu was canvassing for votes in his neighborhood when he was taken away by police to the police station. There, Feng was subjected to 24 hours of continuous interrogation, during which time his house was searched and a computer and laser printer were seized. He was released the following day, at which time his mobile phone was seized.

The previous afternoon, five of his volunteers, Xu Peiling, Cui Fufang, Dai Zhongyao, Zheng Peipei, and Fan Guijuan, were handing out promotional materials for Feng’s campaign when they were taken away by police. On November 14, each volunteer was given five days of administrative detention as punishment. 


冯正虎被释放,徐佩玲等其他5人拘留5天

今晚5点多我在上海五角场派出所被释放。谢谢诸位朋友的关心。

从昨天下午5点,我接受连续24小时的审查。今日下午1点半许,我家中遭搜查,一台电脑、一台激光打印机被扣押。我释放时,手机(号码:13524687100)被扣押,接受检查。

我是昨日(11月14日)下午四点许在居住的小区内向选民发放一张宣传单《冯正虎向选民拜票》,遭到五角场街道工作人员的非法阻止,妨害选民自由行使选举权和被选举权,其破坏选举的行为理应被追究。不知谁报110警察,110警车赶到,明知我发放的是自己写的参选宣传资料,没有什么违法犯罪嫌疑,后说领导要找我谈谈,要我警车一同去五角场派出所。结果,破坏选举的人没有接受调查盘问,而是受到损害的冯正虎接受24个小时的继续盘问,整夜坐躺在椅子受冷。

五角场派出所警察出面干活,区国保警察张磊等在背后指挥。以连续继续盘问的方式变相拘禁我,让我无法自由行使选举权和被选举权,在选举日(11月16日)之前完全没有机会可以进行竞选宣传。

据悉,11月13日下午3点许,冯正虎的助选志愿者徐佩玲、崔福芳、戴中耀、郑培培、范桂娟因发放《冯正虎向选民拜票》宣传单均被五角场派出所警察带走,14日下午被行政处罚每人五天,已关押到各自户籍地的拘留所。

天下奇闻,发一张小小的宣传单《冯正虎向选民拜票》,竟然成了扰乱公共秩序的行为,有这么可怕吗?公民自由行使选举权和被选举权,怎么是破坏依法进行的选举秩序呢?这种荒唐的继续盘问方式、行政拘留处罚公正吗?

我们受了苦,但很自豪,我们已为维护公民权利、推进国家进步尽责了,问心无愧。祝愿徐佩玲、崔福芳、戴中耀、郑培培、范桂娟平安出狱、快乐回家。

冯正虎
2016年11月15日

 

图一、宣传单《冯正虎向选民拜票》

 

图二、冯正虎被扣押物品的《证据保全清单》

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