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Human Rights in China (HRIC) has learned that at least four rights defenders in Shanghai were detained in late September: Mao Hengfeng (毛恒凤) , Cui Fufang (崔福芳) , Wang Kouma (王扣玛) , and Tong Guojing (童国菁) . Three of them have been charged with “gathering a crowd to disturb public order” or “...
[Mao Hengfeng] The decision states that Mao Hengfeng was sent to a prison hospital for treatment of high blood pressure while serving her Reeducation-Through-Labor order. The Committee is canceling the remaining period of her Reeducation-Through-Labor order at the suggestion of the prison hospital...
Mao Hengfeng (毛恒凤) was released one month before completing her 18-month Reeducation-Through-Labor order due to her deteriorating health. She had been in a prison hospital in Shanghai since February 24, 2011, when she was taken into custody, just two days after having been released on medical...
On February 24, 2011, two days after Shanghai petitioner Mao Hengfeng was released from the Anhui Provincial Women's Reeducation-Through-Labor Camp, an official from the Anhui RTL camp came to her home and rescinded the parole. Several dozen Shanghai and Anhui police officers took Mao away. Wu...
This article describes how Mao was sent back to RTL facilities within two days of being granted medical parole. Anhui Province’s RTL facility officials sent Mao to her residence in Shanghai on February 22 because she suffers from Level III high blood pressure. However, after only two days, the same...
This letter from petitioner Mao Hengfeng was sent to U.S. President Barack Obama in advance of his 2009 trip to China.

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