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Lawyer Sui Muqing’s Statement on Lawyer Huang Qi’s Case

October 17, 2017

Sichuan human rights activist Huang Qi’s defense lawyer, Sui Muqing, had agreed on a time to examine the procuratorate’s case files, but the day before, the procuratorate gave notice that they had canceled the review due to a business trip. Given that the previous time they had illegally refused to allow the examination of the files for the same reason, Lawyer Sui replied that he did not accept the Mianyang City Procuratorate once again disguising the illegal act of refusing the lawyer’s examination of the files. Rather, the procuratorate has the unconditional legal obligation to facilitate providing the lawyer with the case files, and if the procuratorate makes it difficult, that doesn’t change that the defense lawyer should ultimately have easy access to the files.

In December, 2016, Huang Qi was arrested for illegally providing state secrets abroad, and his case is currently being prosecuted. 


黄琦案最新情况说明

隋牧青律师

2017年10月11日下午约五时许接四川绵阳市检察院案管中心工作人员电话,称之前与李静林律师约定本月十二号(明天)阅卷(黄琦案),现接领导指示:黄琦案系省检督办案件,明日承办检察官出差到成都汇报案情,阅卷取消,另行阅卷时间未定。并称李律师已同意接受检方安排。

我回复:1、李律师是否接受检方理由和安排,本律师无意干涉。2.绵阳检方此前已曾非法拒绝律师阅卷,此次与上次非法拒绝律师阅卷的理由一样:又是承办检察官出差。不接受如此拙劣的理由,不接受绵阳市检察院再次变相拒绝律师阅卷的非法行径,检方负有无条件为律师阅卷提供便利的法定义务。2、如果检方确有困难,应明确辩护律师到底何时方便阅卷。3、黄琦案目前处于审查起诉阶段,辩护律师阅卷权必须依法得到保障。而情理上,黄琦母亲非常焦急,期盼律师尽速阅卷,尽早为黄琦案提出正式法律意见,以期黄琦案结局早日明朗,实为人伦之常,检方不应一再刁难。

工作人员说她只是受命传达指示,会向领导汇报我的意见。

黄琦辩护律师隋牧青,2017.10.11

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