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Criminal Verdict for Zhu Yufu, Convicted of Inciting Subversion of State Power

February 10, 2012

[Zhu Yufu] On February 10, 2012, the Zhejiang based dissident was sentenced to seven years in prison and three years of deprivation of political rights. The verdict states that he committed the following crimes: First, he operated as a member of the illegal China Democratic Party to fundraise for political prisoners and their families; second, he published, via overseas websites and media outlets, speech that attacked and slandered China’s state power and socialism; and third, he sent, via the Internet, information that he wrote to incite the public to gather illegally to subvert state power.


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