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Li Xiaoling Case Update: Li is Arrested for “Picking Quarrels and Provoking Troubles”

September 14, 2017

On September 14, lawyer Lin Qilei met with his client Li Xiaoling at the Zhuhai No.1 Detention Center, and was told Li had been arrested on September 12 for allegedly “picking quarrels and provoking troubles.” Li is a rights defender from Zhuhai, Guangdong.

Li Xiaoling developed an eye condition after the Zhuhai police detained her for petitioning, but her treatment was delayed. On June 3, 2017, she held a placard that read “Li Xiaoling June Fourth Bright Walk” and lit candles near the National Center for the Performing Arts in Beijing. She was detained by Beijing police the following morning, and on July 5 she was transferred from Beijing by Zhuhai police and neighborhood committee personnel. Liu escaped from a black jail on July 19 but was arrested again on July 27 and detained for ten days as administrative punishment for violation of restrictive measures. On August 8, at the end of the ten-day detention period, Li was directly sent to  Zhuhai No. 1 Detention Center, and formally arrested on September 12.





大家重点关注李小玲眼睛病况:因为李小玲起诉珠海市公安局在法院被刁难报警,反被珠海市公安局南溪派出所带走,违法留置变相传唤致使李小玲眼睛发病而耽误诊治一事,李小玲向广东省公安厅和广东省检察院提出控告无果才进京反映而被关押。被强行带回后 ,两次被警察等带去中山五院和珠海市人民医院诊治其眼病,均被告知:需要到原诊治医院广州中山眼科中心复诊,但均被警方拒绝,现在仅仅是点眼药水以减轻症状,致使其生活极为痛苦不便,甚至有提讯疲劳时为减轻痛苦而索性签字情形发生。

鉴于李小玲病情状况 ,以及该案是起源于其是起诉珠海市公安局反被珠海市警方违法传唤故意推延治疗造成眼病加重而引起的,现在珠海警方欲将其多年的维权生涯经历和围观声援事例予以调查,已经有打击报复之嫌,我们律师将依法提出取保候审申请和管辖权方面的异议,以维护李小玲的合法权益。

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