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Open Letter of Huang Qi’s Mother to Director of Mianyang Public Security Bureau

October 8, 2018

In her open letter, Pu Wenqing (蒲文清), mother of the detained Sichuan rights activist Huang Qi (黄琦), strongly urges the director of the Mianyang Public Security Bureau to hand over to Huang Qi the complete set of documents related to his blood test, and arrange for monthly  thorough checkup of his kidney function.

In the letter, Pu says that she learned from Huang Qi’s lawyer, who just met with Huang the same day, that Huang’s blood pressure was rising, his condition has worsening, and he has developed uremia from his kidney disease. In August, the doctors outside of the detention center performed blood tests three times but the test results were never given to Huang. After Huang asked for the results multiple times, doctors at the detention center told Huang that the results were being kept by the director of the Mianyang Public Security Bureau. Pu says withholding the medical exam records from Huang prevented him from receiving appropriate and effective treatment—and the director of  the Mianyang Public Security Bureau bears the primary responsibility for the deterioration of Huang’s health.

Detained since November 2016, Huang Qi was indicted in January 2018 on charges of “illegally providing state secrets abroad.” But the authorities have not yet brought him to trial.

See Huang Qi for more information.


黄琦母亲给绵阳市公安局长公开信

今天上午我同李静林律师去绵阳市中级人民法院要求见周法官,法警只准李律师进去,我要进去多名年青力壮的法警,态度不好,几人阻止我进去,有名法警用粗大有力的手捏卡我的肘部,致肘部疼痛,我高声呼喊,我儿黄琦病情危重进入尿毒症要求保外就医。多名法警态度不好,行为粗暴阻止我去见周法官。

今天下午李静林律师会见黄琦后,我得知黄琦血压升高,入看守所前血压正常,目前血压升高,高压150—190毫米汞柱,低压100—130毫米汞柱(正常高压不能超过140毫米汞柱,低压不能超过90毫米汞柱)黄琦病情加重,肾功能衰竭进入尿毒症。

8月9号一12号,安排所外医生先后抽血三次化验,至今没告诉黄琦检查结果,黄琦多次催问医生,看守所医生回答说:检查结果在绵阳市公安局长那里。请问绵阳市公安局长,黃琦所有的检查资料应由看守所专人保管,请问局长你有权利保管吗,实际上就是扣压黄琦的检查资料,不让医生掌握检查结果,导致黄琦病情得不到恰当有效的治疗,致血压升高,病情加重,肾功能衰竭进入尿毒症负有主要责任。

我强烈要求:
一,绵阳市公安局长应完整交回黄琦所有的检查病历资料。
二,要求每月定期给黄琦做如下检查:肾功能全套,肾病指数,尿蛋白24小时定量,尿常规,
  电解值,血常规等检查。

申请人黄琦母亲蒲文清
2018年10月8日

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