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Bill of Indictment Against Rights Activist Wu Gan

Wu GanTianjin Municipal People’s Procuratorate Number Two Branch

Bill of Indictment

TJ 2d Br Proc Crim Indict (2016) No. 10001

Defendant Wu Gan (吴淦), male, [redacted], identification card number [redacted], Han ethnicity, high school graduate, a native of Xiamen city Fujian province, administrative employee of Beijing Fengrui Law Firm (北京锋锐律师事务所), registered address [redacted], Continue reading


liu-feiyueSex                              Male

Birth date              1970-02-05

Birth place             Sui County, Hubei Province

Resident place       Suizhou City, Hubei Province

Education                Colleage

Profession                 Former teacher, founder and chief editor of Minsheng Guancha (Civil Rights and Livelihood Watch) website (ICPC memmber) Continue reading


lv-gengsong1Sex                              Male

Birth date                1956-01-07

Birth place              Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province Continue reading

178. KOU YANDING (released)

KOU Yanding1

Sex                              Female

Birth date                1965

Birth place               Tai’an City, Shandong Province

Resident place        Beijing Continue reading

China Postpones Activist’s Subversion Trial, Wife Still Missing

Chinese democracy activist Qin Yongmin and wife Zhao Suli

Chinese democracy activist Qin Yongmin and wife Zhao Suli are shown in a photo from October 2013. Photo courtesy of rosechina.net

Authorities in the central Chinese city of Wuhan once more prolonged the pretrial detention of a veteran democracy activist for subversion on Thursday amid growing concerns over the safety of his ‘disappeared’ wife. Continue reading

China Set to Prosecute Top Rights Lawyer, Three Activists for Subversion

Activists in Hong Kong demonstrate for the release of rights lawyers detained on the Chinese mainland

Activists in Hong Kong demonstrate for the release of rights lawyers detained on the Chinese mainland, Aug. 25, 2015. RFA

Authorities in the northern Chinese city of Tianjin will prosecute the head of a top Beijing law firm and three legal activists on charges of “subverting state power,” the state prosecutor in Tianjin said on an official blog on Friday. Continue reading

One Year After Crackdown, China’s Lawyers Face ‘Complete Powerlessness’

Wang Yu2

Chinese human rights lawyer Wang Yu poses during an interview in Hong Kong, March 20, 2014. AFP

One year after Beijing police raided the homes of prominent human rights attorneys with the Fengrui law firm, China’s legal profession is still reeling from the shock of what was to be a coordinated and nationwide campaign to silence them. Continue reading

213. ZHAO WEI (released)

Zhao WeiPen name               Koala

Sex                              Female

Birth date               1991-10-20

Birth place            Henan Province

Resident place       Beijing

Education                B.A. in journalism at Jiangxi Normal University  Continue reading