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An administrative complaint submitted by anti-nuclear test activist Yuan Bing (袁兵) to Guangzhou's Nansha District Court against officers at the Nansha District Public Security Bureau. Yuan alleges that the police officers wrongly administratively detained him after he staged a peaceful protest...
This document was submitted by Sui Muqing to Haizhu District People’s Court of Guangzhou on behalf of his clients, two street vendors, who are suing local government officials and police in Haizhu, Guangzhou Province for abuse of powers, use of violence, and arbitrary detention and interrogation...
This account explains the proceedings and irregularities of a court hearing of a case involving three farmers being charged with "assembling a crowd to disrupt traffic" and "assembling a crowd to assault State organs."
On the afternoon of June 19, Lawyer Sui and three other lawyers went to the Chibi Detention Center in Xianning City, Hubei Province, to visit five activists detained in May. The activists were first placed under administrative detention, and then criminal detention, after unfolding a banner which...
According to information received by Human Rights in China (HRIC), all participants at a sit-in in front of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) were taken away by the police on the morning of July 1.
Anhui activist Yao Cheng was detained for 10 days following a trip to Putian, Fujian Province, with Zhang Lin and his daughter, Zhan Anni, in June this year. In this statement , Yao said that he has had no knowledge of the whereabouts of the Zhangs since he parted with them on June 15.
Today, Xie Yanyi ( 谢燕益) , a Beijing-based rights defense lawyer, made public an application he submitted to the Ministry of Public Security requesting disclosure of information on methods used by Chinese authorities to conduct surveillance on Chinese citizens. The application was first posted on...
Shi Zongwei, the former Deputy Director of the Department of Labor Service at Zhengzhou Yellow River Engineering Bureau —who was removed from his position because of his participation in social gatherings and posting his opinions online—released three more items relevant to his dismissal.
Sources told Human Rights in China that Gu Yimin ( 顾义民 ) was formally arrested on June 14 by police in Changshu, Suzhou City, Jiangsu Province, on suspicion of “inciting subversion of state power.”
A statement by Shi Zongwei (史宗伟), former Deputy Director of the Department of Labor Service at Zhengzhou Yellow River Engineering Bureau, who was removed from his position by the Bureau’s Party leadership because he participated in social gatherings, posted his opinions online, and joined sit-ins...

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