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China Human Rights Briefing May 9-14, 2012

May 16, 2012 ⋅ China Human Rights Briefing   May 9-14, 2012   To download this week’s CHRB as a .pdf file, please click here Top News   Harassment Rampant Against Individuals With Ties to Chen Guangcheng: The nephew of Chen Guangcheng has confirmed to be formally arrested, and lawyers, activists, and others are facing unabated harassment and rights...

China Human Rights Briefing February 7-13, 2012

Feb 15, 2012 ⋅ China Human Rights Briefing   February 7-13, 2012 To read this issue as a PDF, please go here. Top News Dissident’s Sentence Adds to String of Recent Harsh Punishments: On February 10, Hangzhou dissident Zhu Yufu was issued a seven-year sentence for “inciting subversion of state power.” Zhu’s punishment is the fourth reported lengthy sentence...

Dissident Zhu Yufu Sentenced to Seven Years for “Inciting Subversion” As Heavy Punishments Continue

Feb 10, 2012 ⋅ Veteran dissident Zhu Yufu (朱虞夫), tried on January 31 for “inciting subversion of state power,” was sentenced today to seven years in prison by the Hangzhou City Intermediate People’s Court in Zhejiang Province.

China Human Rights Briefing January 24-30, 2012

Feb 1, 2012 ⋅ China Human Rights Briefing January 24-30, 2012 To download this week’s CHRB as a .pdf file, please click here. Highlights Court Hears Case Against Zhu Yufu, Does Not Announce Verdict: On January 31, a Hangzhou court tried dissident Zhu Yufu on charges of “inciting subversion,” but did not issue a verdict after two-and-a-half hours of...

Chinese Dissident Zhu Yufu Tried for “Inciting Subversion,” No Verdict Announced

Jan 31, 2012 ⋅ The Hangzhou City Intermediate People’s Court in Zhejiang Province has put veteran dissident Zhu Yufu (朱虞夫) on trial for “inciting subversion of state power" but not issued a verdict. A long sentence is expected after the severe punishments recently imposed by Chinese courts in political cases.

China Human Rights Briefing January 17-23, 2012

Jan 24, 2012 ⋅ China Human Rights Briefing January 17-23, 2012 To download this week’s CHRB as a .pdf file, please click here. Highlights Trial Looms for Veteran Dissident Zhu Yufu: Detained since March of last year, the Hangzhou dissident Zhu Yufu is expected to be tried soon on charges of “inciting subversion.” Authorities have stated that Zhu’s case...

Submission to UN on Zhu Yufu – July 11, 2011

Jul 11, 2011 ⋅ Communiqué on behalf of Zhu Yufu, citizen of People’s Republic of China, Alleging Arbitrary Arrest or Detention, Persecution of Human Rights Defenders and Violation of Right to Freedom of Opinion and Expression   I. IDENTITY 1. Family name: Zhu (朱) 2. First name: Yufu (虞夫) 3. Sex: Male 4. Birth date or age (at the...

Escalating Crackdown Following Call for “Jasmine Revolution” in China

Mar 31, 2011 ⋅ International Community Must Take Strong and Clear Stance Condemning Rights Violations by the Chinese Government (Chinese Human Rights Defenders, March 31, 2011) – The Chinese government has criminally detained a total of 26 individuals, disappeared more than 30, and put more than 200 under soft detention since mid-February after anonymous calls for “Jasmine Revolution” protests...

Democracy Activist Zhu Yufu Given Harsher Sentence after Re-trial

Apr 10, 2008 ⋅ Democracy Activist Zhu Yufu Given Harsher Sentence after Re-trial China must end political persecution using trump-up charges (Chinese Human Rights Defenders, April 10, 2008)- Hangzhou democracy activist Zhu Yufu (朱虞夫) was given a harsher sentence yesterday after he was re-tried for “obstructing the police from carrying out their public duty” by Hangzhou Intermediate People’s Court...

Zhu Yufu Sentenced to Two Years

Jul 12, 2007 ⋅ Zhejiang Veteran Democracy Activist Sent back to Jail A rare public trial failed to adhere to fair trial principle Chinese Human Rights Defenders (CHRD) Web: http://chrdnet.com/ Email: networkcrd@gmail.com Promoting human rights and empowering grassroots activism in China Veteran Democracy Activist Sent back to Prison A rare public trial failed to adhere to fair trial principle...