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Hubei Activist Harassed by Police Again

May 5, 2011

After being released from prison in November 2010, Qin Yongmin, longtime democracy and human rights activist and chairman of the China Human Rights Watch, has been continuously harassed by police. On May 5, 2011, the police went to his home again and announced that every month, Qin must write a "thought report" and submit it to the local judicial office, participate in 12 hours of community service, and call the local judicial office once a week. Qin refused these demands. He calls on the authorities to stop manufacturing these baseless excuses to persecute him, and instead protect, in accordance with law, the fundamental rights that belong to him and all the people of China, so as not to drive the Chinese people into desperate action.


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