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Human Rights in China has learned that former police officers He Zuhua ( 何祖华 ) and Zhou Li ( 周历 ) were criminally detained during their recent attempt to petition in Beijing.
Sources told Human Rights in China (HRIC) that several individuals from a group of more than 50 former police officers who were prevented from protesting in Beijing late October are now being held in black jails. They are Jiang Fuyou (江富友) , Liu Guoqiang (刘国强) , and Zhao Hongyan (赵宏炎) , who have...
Dozens of former police officers from many provinces who are victims of miscarriage of justices arrived in Beijing in recent days for a planned protest in the capital. By October 23, nearly 20 of them were detained and sent back to their home cities. Among them were He Zuhua, from Henan Province,...
As Beijing authorities step up their stability maintenance efforts in advance of the 18th Party Congress, some two dozen former police officers from various provinces who had gathered in Beijing for a planned protest were detained in recent days. Many were picked up on October 21 as they arrived at...
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