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“709”案被捕律师谢阳、李和平、李春富及维权人士吴淦等人在被羁押期间遭受殴打、被强迫服用不明药物、剥夺睡眠、被滥用戒具等严重侵犯基本人权的情形相继曝光,就此,80多位中国律师和维权人士致信全国人大常委会,要求依照宪法的规定立即成立特别问题调查委员会,就“709”系列案件存在的酷刑问题以及其他违法犯罪问题进行独立调查,并向全国人民公开调查结论,及依法追究相关违法或犯罪人员的法律责任。该信开放签名,联署邮箱: 871210035@qq.com 。 关于要求成立特别调查委员会查明“ 709”系列案件办理过程中有关酷刑问题的建议 全国人民代表大会常务委员会: 自2015年7月9日以来,...
HRIC received the following account of the “release on bail” of lawyer Li Chunfu ( 李春富 ) , who was detained in the 709 crackdown in 2015. The account describes Li in a state of apparent psychological damage. It was written by Wang Qiaoling ( 王峭岭 ) , wife of Li’s brother, lawyer Li Heping (李和平) ,...
During the first few days of August 2016, Tianjin No. 2 Intermediate People's Court tried defense lawyers and rights defenders involved in the “709” crackdown. However, the defendants’ family members were under strict surveillance and forbidden from observing the trials. In light of this, Wang...
The notice reached Li’s wife, Wang Qiaoling, more than ten days after its issue date of January 8, 2016. (See a series of articles written by Wang Qiaoling on her husband’s initial disappearance in July 2015 and the aftermath, entitled “ My husband Li Heping .”)
On January 4, four lawyers and families of Li Heping, Wang Yu, Bao Longjun, and Xie Yuandong—suspected of “inciting subversion of state power” in the “709 case”—went together to Hexi District Procuratorate in Tianjin to submit a “Legal Supervision Application,” and to Hexi Public Security Bureau in...
Human rights lawyer Li Heping has been missing since July 10, 2015, when he was forcibly taken from his home by unidentified persons. His wife, Wang Qiaoling, filed this administrative complaint, her second, with the Beijing Dongcheng District People’s Court, stating that public security organs...
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