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June Fourth Prisoner List

June 4, 2009

The following is a list of individuals imprisoned for June Fourth-related activities who will still be in prison as of May 2009. The list below is not complete, as it relies entirely on publicly available information—no official source exists.1

 

Name

  • Hometown
  • Occupation

Date of detention

  • Conviction
  • Sentence

Current (or last) prison

1.

Chang Jingqiang [常景强]

  • Beijing
  • Worker

06/04/89 Beijing

  • Counterrevolutionary assault and counterrevolutionary sabotage
  • Life; commuted to fixed-term sentence and reduced

Beijing No.2 Prison

Expected to be released on 07/23/2010.

2.

Chen Yong [陈勇]

  • Hebei
  • Worker

06/21/89

  • Murder or counterrevolutionary propaganda & incitement
  • 12/08/89, life, reduced to unknown term on appeal

Beijing Qincheng Prison

3.

Deng Wenbin [邓文斌]

  • Hubei
  • Worker

07/89

  • Counterrevolutionary propaganda & incitement
  • Death penalty with a two-year reprieve

Hubei Wuhan Municipal Prison

4.

Feng Lisheng [冯立生]

  • Beijing
  • Peasant or worker

06/04/89

  • Stealing military equipment or counterrevolutionary propaganda & incitement
  • 12/27/89, life

Beijing No.2 Prison

5.

Gao Liang [高亮]

  • Beijing
  • Worker

12/14/89 or 06/89

  • Arson or counterrevolutionary sabotage
  • 12/14/89, life later reduced to unknown term

 

Beijing No. 2 Prison

6.

Gao Zhenghe [高振河]

  • Beijing
  • Peasant

06/17/89

  • Robbery and hooliganism
  • 06/17/89, 20 years

Beijing No.2 Prison

Expected to be released on 06/16/09

7.

Gu Xinghua [顾兴华]

  • Guizhou
  • Peasant

06/01/89

  • Counterrevolutionary rebellion and gathering people to make weapons
  • 09/01/90, life

 

Guiyang Prison

8.

Guan Jian [关键]

  • Beijing
  • Journalist

09/16/91

  • Espionage or illegally providing state secrets
  • 20 years

 

Beijing No.2 Prison

9.

Hu Liangbin [胡良彬]

  • Hubei
  • Worker

06/07/89

  • Arson with aggravating circumstances or counterrevolutionary propaganda & incitement
  • 10/90, life

 

Hubei Wuhan Municipal Prison

10.

Hu Linyong [胡林
永]

  • Shanghai
  • Worker

06/05/89

  • Arson
  • Life

 

Shanghai Prison

11.

Jiang Yaqun [姜亚群]

  • Beijing
  • Unemployed

06/04/89, Beijing

  • Counterrevolutionary sabotage & counterrevolutionary arson
  • Death penalty with a two-year reprieve; commuted to fixed-term sentence and reduced

 

Beijing Jinzhong Prison

Expected to be released around 10/23/2014.

12.

Li Hongjiang [李红江]

  • Beijing
  • Clerk

06/90 or 01/90

  • Corruption
  • 05/90, life

 

Beijing Qincheng Prison

13.

Li Hongqi [李红旗]

  • Beijing
  • Worker

06/13/89

  • Hooliganism, robbery and stealing military equipment
  • 06/13/89, 20 years

 

Beijing No.2 Prison

Expected to be released on 06/12/09

14.

Li Weidong [李维东]

  • Hunan
  • Worker

06/89

  • Counterrevolutionary propaganda & incitement
  • Death penalty with a two-year reprieve

Beijing Qincheng Prison

15.

Li Xinghua [李兴华]

  • Guizhou
  • Peasant

06/04/89

  • Counterrevolutionary rebellion and gathering people to make weapons or organizing a counterrevolutionary group
  • 09/01/90, life

 

Guiyang Prison

16.

Li Yujun [李玉君]

  • Beijing
  • Peasant

06/01/89

  • Counterrevolutionary sabotage or arson
  • Death penalty with a two-year reprieve; commuted to life; commuted to 20 years in 1998; reduced.

 

Beijing No.2 Prison

Expected to be released around
11/10/2014.

17.

Liu Gang [刘刚]

  • Shaanxi
  • Worker

06/04/89

  • Participating in counterrevolutionary riots or counterrevolutionary propaganda & incitement
  • 09/23/89, life

 

Xi’an Prison

18.

Liu Jian [刘健]

  • Hunan
  • Worker

08/89 or 06/04/89

  • Hooliganism and assault or arson
  • 08/10/89 or 08/01/89, life

Originally held at
Hunan No.6 Prison,
which was reportedly
closed.

Current detention
location unknown.

19.

Liu Jianwen [刘建文]

  • Beijing
  • Worker

06/13/89

  • Theft of military equipment and hooliganism
  • 06/20/89, 20 years

Beijing No.2 Prison

Expected to be released on 06/12/09

20.

Liu Yong [刘勇]

  • Hebei
  • Worker

06/04/89

  • Counterrevolutionary propaganda & incitement
  • 12/09/89, life

Beijing Qincheng Prison

21.

Liu Yuexiao[刘跃晓]

  • N/A
  • Worker

06/04/89

  • Counterrevolutionary propaganda & incitement
  • 11/89, life

 

Beijing Qincheng Prison

22.

Liu Zhihua [刘智华]

  • Hunan
  • Worker

06/89

  • Hooliganism and assault
  • 06/89, life, later reduced

Originally held at
Hunan No.6 Prison, which was reportedly closed.

Current detention
location unknown.

Expected to be released on 01/16/2011.

23.

Luan Jikui [栾吉奎]

  • Hebei
  • Worker

06/19/89, Hebei

  • Arson or counterrevolutionary propaganda & incitement
  • 10/06/89, death penalty with a two-year reprieve

 

Beijing Qincheng Prison

24.

Miao Deshun [苗德顺]

  • N/A
  • Worker

06/04/89

  • Counterrevolutionary arson
  • 07/89, death penalty with a two-year reprieve; commuted to life; commuted to 20 years in 1997.

Beijing Yanqing
Prison

Miao has reportedly suffered ill-treatment in prison.

Expected to be released on 09/15/2018.

25.

Rui Chaoyang [芮朝阳]

  • Shaanxi
  • Worker

04/89 [89 年4月]

  • Hooliganism or counterrevolutionary propaganda & incitement
  • 08/16/89, life

Xi’an Prison

26.

Song Kai [宋凯]

  • Beijing
  • Salesperson

06/17/89

  • Counterrevolutionary injury
  • Life

 

Beijing Yanqing Prison

Expected to be released in 2010-2011.

27.

Sun Guanghu [孙广虎]

  • Shaanxi
  • Peasant

04/22/89

  • Participating in counterrevolutionary riots
  • 09/28/89, life

Xi’an Prison

28.

Tang Yong [唐勇]

  • Shaanxi
  • Worker

Formally arrested 07/12/89

  • Counterrevolutionary propaganda & incitement 09/23/89, life or 09/23/89, 10 years
  • imprisonment

Beijing No. 2 Prison

29.

Wang Baoyu [王宝玉]

  • Beijing
  • Air force pilot

06/04/89

  • Counterrevolutionary propaganda & incitement
  • 06/89, death penalty with a two-year reprieve; commuted to life

Beijing No.2 Prison

30.

Wang Lianhui [王连会]

  • Beijing
  • Peasant

03/27/90 or 06/89

  • Robbery
  • 03/27/90, life

Beijing No. 2 Prison

31.

Wang Xian [王献]

  • Beijing
  • Worker

06/89

  • Arson
  • 06/89, life or 12/07/89, life, later reduced

Beijing No. 2 Prison

32.

Wu Chunqi [武春启]

  • Beijing
  • Worker

06/06/89

  • Participating in counterrevolutionary riots
  • 06/21/89, life

 

Shanghai Prison

33.

Wu Hepeng [吴鹤鹏]

  • Hunan
  • Worker

06/17/89, Changsha, Hunan

  • Counterrevolutionary propaganda & incitement or arson
  • 09/01/89, death penalty with a two-year reprieve; commuted to life

Hunan No. 6 Prison

34.

Xi Jingqiang [席景强]

  • Beijing
  • Worker

06/89

  • Counterrevolutionary propaganda & incitement
  • Life

Beijing No. 2 Prison

35.

Yang Pu [杨璞]

  • Beijing
  • Peasant

01/06/90

  • Arson
  • 01/06/90, death penalty with a two-year reprieve; commuted to life; reduced

Beijing Yanqing Prison

Expected to be released around 10/24/2012.

36.

Yang Zimou [杨子牟]

  • Beijing
  • Worker

06/04/89

  • Counterrevolutionary propaganda & incitement
  • 06/89, life

 

Beijing Qincheng Prison

37.

Zhang Baoqun [张宝群]

  • Beijing
  • Peasant

06/04/89

  • Arson
  • 12/08/89, life

Beijing No. 2 Prison

38.

Zhang Fudong [张福栋]

  • Beijing
  • Worker

06/04/89

  • Arson
  • Life

Beijing No. 2 Prison

39.

Zhang Fukun [张福坤]

  • Beijing
  • Peasant

08/12/89 or 06/04/89

  • Arson or robbery
  • 12/08/89, life or life later reduced to unknown term

 

Beijing No.2 Prison

40.

Zhang Guodong [张国栋]

  • Beijing
  • Peasant

03/16/90 or 06/12/89

  • Arson
  • 04/16/90, life

Beijing No. 2 Prison

41.

Zhang Qijie (or
Zhang Jie) [张琪杰张杰]

  • Beijing
  • Worker

08/20/89

  • Robbery, hooliganism and concealing weapons or counterrevolutionary propaganda & incitement
  • 08/20/90, death penalty with a two-year reprieve; commuted to life

Beijing No.2 Prison

42.

Zhu Gengsheng [朱更生]

  • Beijing
  • N/A

06/04/89

  • Counterrevolutionary sabotage or arson
  • Death penalty with a two-year reprieve; commuted to life; commuted to 20 years in 1998; reduced.

Beijing No.2 Prison

Expected to be released around
04/19/2013.

43.

Zhu Fangming [朱芳鸣]

  • Hunan
  • Worker

06/11/89 or 12/89

  • Hooliganism
  • 12/01/89, life

Hengyang Prison (Hunan No. 2 Prison)

44.

Zhu Wenyi [朱文义]

  • Beijing
  • Worker

06/04/89

  • Counterrevolutionary sabotage, counterrevolutionary propaganda & incitement or arson
  • 10/26/89, death subsequently commuted to 20 years

Beijing No.2 Prison

45.

Zhu Zhengying [朱正英]

  • Hunan
  • Worker

05/89 or 06/89

  • Arson
  • 09/89, life

Hunan No. 6 Prison

Notes

1. Sources of the information presented in this chart include: Human Rights in China, “In Custody for the 2008 Olympics,” China
Rights Forum, 2006, no. 3, http://hrichina.org/public/PDFs/CRF.3.2006/CRF-2006-3_InCustody.pdf; Dui Hua Foundation, Dui Hua Reduces Estimate of Remaining June Fourth Prisoners,” May 12, 2009, http://www.duihua.org/2009/05/dui-hua-reducesestimate-of-remaining.html; Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China [香港市民支援爱国民主运动联合会],Minyun renshi ziliao souxun [民运人士资料搜寻], http://www.alliance.org.hk/people/ind.html; Laogai Research Foundation [劳改基金会], Prisoner Search, http://www.laogai.org/dissent/; Sun Liyong [孙立勇], “Wangque tamen wu yi yu minmie liangzhi” [忘却他们无异于泯灭良知], Ziyou Shenghuo [自由圣火], September 8, 2005, http://www.fireofliberty.org/oldsite/level4/issue3/9d-sunliyong1.htm;ChineseHuman RightsDefenders [维权网],“Qianglie yaoqiu liji shifang‘liusi’ shijiu zhounian hou reng zai yuzhong fuxing de Beijing shimin” [强烈要求立即释放“六四”十九周年后仍在狱中服刑的北京市民], June 2, 2008, http://crdnet.org/Article/Class4/200806/20080602012935_8855.html; China Labour Bulletin [中国劳工通讯], “Bei pohai gongren mingdan” [被迫害工人名單], June 3, 2008, http://www.clb.org.hk/chi/node/1200018/print;  Congressional-Executive Commission on China, Political Prisoner Database, http://ppd.cecc.gov/. ^

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