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Police Search Qin Yongmin’s Home

April 28, 2011

Noted dissident Qin Yongmin recounts that in the five months since he has been released from prison, Wuhan Police and State Security authorities have used enforcement measures such as summons and searches against him six times. This is also the second time they've searched Qin’s home within two weeks. During interrogation, police threatened and verbally abused him, as well as confiscated copies of seven articles that Qin wrote and two notebooks.


2011年4月28号上午10点,派出所户籍周光建再次敲开秦永敏家门,和武汉市青山区国宝张队长一起将秦永敏带到新沟桥派出所,再次由刑侦组王辉对秦永敏进行所谓的传唤,并立即开出所谓的“检查证”,要去钥匙,让其他人对秦永敏的住所进行了抄查

询问过程中,王辉的暴烈程度比十余天前有所缓和,但仍然是没完没了的谩骂威胁,指责秦永敏卑鄙龌龊、造谣生事、一辈子专门干坏事、没有文化、下流无耻。

秦永敏告诉他,自己一辈子就是在看书写书,四十几年来几十次横遭抓捕,没有哪一次不是以文章言论作证据,而我的文章言论从来都理性平和,有理有据,没有简单地说什么推翻打倒,或者和哪一个个人过不去,当然我要求和平转型,前提是人权至上,呼吁良性互动,全民和解。回来五个月,每天除了一清早跑步半小时外从不出门,在家里呆着能干什么坏事?我到底又干什么坏事了?

他宣称有证据在手,说秦永敏每天上网就是证据,在网上扰乱社会次序,唯恐天下不乱,是害群之马,很快就要受到报应。

秦永敏说,我们可以把这场谈话录个音然后公开,也可以在任何公共场所公开对话,你可以把我做的任何坏事告诉大家,让大家来评一评。

王辉大叫,我是在依法询问你,跟你对什么话?你算个么东西?我劝你识点时务,像这样下去不会有好结果,我们随时都有办法对付你,对付你的办法多得很。

下午一点,周光建送回了钥匙和没收物品清单,两点四十办完手续,王辉让秦永敏离去,却不按法律规定将《传唤证》和《扣押物品、文件清单》给予当事人,秦永敏要求国宝张队长督促他依法办事,张队长无语而去。

秦永敏被迫强烈要求见派出所长和其他任何当班负责人,结果没有人管,于是秦永敏决定就在派出所待下去,直到王辉依法给予文书为此,否则将要求公安局长来解决问题。在这种情况下,半小时后王辉才把《传唤证》等给了秦永敏,秦永敏立即对他说:“谢谢了!”他却再次威胁:“下次你落到我手上就没这么好了!”

传唤证为武汉市青山区分局2011第0014号,称:“因你涉嫌违反有关监督管理规定,根据、、、、、、治安处罚法第八十二条之规定,限你2011年4月28日10时到、、、、、、接受询问。”《扣押物品文件清单》则列有《为刘晓波致国家主席》《当代中国民主转型》《秦永敏出狱记》《重新认识梁启超.》《论权利》等7篇文章的打印复印件和两个笔记本“内容为记事、通讯录”,说到底,和秦永敏此前的几十次被抓捕一样,还是为了言论文章。

所谓办案人落款虽是周光建王辉,其实来搜查的却是市国保的人。

这是秦永敏出狱五个月来当局第六次对他进行此类强制,也是半个月来的第二次抄家。尽管当局一再无理打压,秦永敏仍然坚持良性互动原则,并将坚决捍卫自己和中国公民的所有宪法权利。

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