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前检察官沈良庆疑受刑讯迫供 家属申请取保候审
2019年5月31日
         安徽省异见人士、前检察官沈良庆,被当局抓走关押看守所期间疑受到虐待,包括刑讯迫供、整天不让吃喝及上厕所等。家人非常担心,已委托律师为他申请取保候审。(黄乐涛 报道)
   
    被控寻衅滋事罪的沈良庆,已被当局抓走近两星期,现关押于合肥市看守所,代表律师刘浩近日成功会见他。本台周四(30日)致电刘浩希望了解事件,但他表示受到当局警告,不便透露情。

    刘浩说︰我也跟你说一下,目前不方便透露,我们一直受到警告,已经很大的压力了,就是这个情况,不好意思,请你理解。
   
    沈良庆的妹妹沈女士表示,获悉哥哥连日被当局问话,而且遭受到各种酷刑,包括整天不让吃喝、上厕所及不让他休息等。她估计,当局是不会取哥哥的性命,只是想让他受一点苦,希望他认罪。但沈女士指由于哥哥已年届六十,担心他在受尽折磨下,身体会愈来愈差。
   
    记者问︰上厕所、睡觉及吃饭是不是也不可以呢?
    沈女士说︰我是听说有这个情况,(虐待他)多久肯定也不会维持多久的,那肯定身体会吃不消的,也会怕出事,闹出人命的话也不太好,她(当局)不会挑战人性的极限,对不对?会出事的。就是让你痛苦吗,(虐待)时间我估计不会太长的,在法律方面我们是搞不清的,请律师来处理、维权。
   
    沈女士表示,哥哥会见律师时,精神状态并不是太差。但她指,以哥哥的性格,一定不会向当局屈服认罪,所以为了防止哥哥在看守所再受到虐待,她已要求律师为哥哥申请取保候审,让他早日回家,现正等候结果。
   
    沈女士说︰他身体状况我们家人也很担心,律师是提出这个要求,能不能取保候审,我们现在也搞不清,他的罪名就是寻衅(滋事),甚么内容估计就是接受外媒采访吧。他是肯定不会认罪的,他认为他(自己)无罪,(当局)就是侵犯人权,是不是?
   
    本台致电合肥市看守所,希望了解沈良庆的情况,但是多个电话都无人接听。
   
    沈良庆的朋友王先生表示,沈良庆经常参与维权活动,又接受外媒采访,所以成为当局打压的对象,加上「六四事件」周年临近,所以当局就要控制他。王先生担心当局将沈良庆的判刑,作为一个案例,以警告民众,不要再做一些当局不喜欢的事情,否则就会有严重后果。
   
    王先生说︰主要看上面是不是想把沈良庆作为一个典型的例子,就所谓杀鸡儆猴看嘛,别人在这段时间(敏感日子)最好不要说话,如果是出于这种用意的话,她(当局)有可能对他处理得比较重一些。
   
    现年57岁的沈良庆,曾做过检察官,在1984年开始便投身民主运动,创办民间刊物《大学生与社会》,宣扬自由人权与普世价值。因参与八九学运,1992年被合肥法院以煽动颠覆国家政权罪判刑一年半。他出狱后经常发表批评政府的言论,及参与维权活动而被当局打压。
   
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 楼主| 发表于 5/31/2019 17:48:45 | 显示全部楼层
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 楼主| 发表于 6/10/2019 16:18:25 | 显示全部楼层
六四前夕 前检察官沈良庆失联近一周2019-05-22





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[size=18.6667px]退休检察官沈良庆近日突然失踪,虽然家人已报警,但仍然没有消息。(沈良庆朋友提供 / 拍摄日期不详)



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安徽省异见人士、退休检察官沈良庆,突然失去联络近一周,家人估计「六四事件」三十周年临近,当局怕他发表一些敏感言论,而将他控制。家人已向警方报案,但仍未有进一步消息。(黄乐涛 报道)

本台周三(22日)多次致电沈良庆的手机,但电话一直显示关机状态。

沈良庆退休后,一直在安徽省检察院宿舍改建的小区居住,他近日突然与家人失去联络。他的妹妹沈女士周三(22日)对本台表示,她与母亲上周五(17日)开始,多次致电沈良庆,但他的手机一直显示关机状况,她又到哥哥的住所查看,但都找不到人,她已经报案,希望尽快有哥哥的消息。

沈女士说︰打了(沈良庆电话)关机!关机!关机!就是没有音讯,我哥失联了。我开门进去的(沈良庆住所),屋内都没有甚么特别的,一个人失联了,我肯定要找派出所,(所长说)我会尽快给你答覆的,我就把我的姓名、手机号,留给他了,到目前,就是从昨天(周二)到现在为止,我没有收到他电话,我准备明天就打电话给那个所长,我看他怎么答覆我。

她表示,沈良庆经常参与维权活动,是当局监控的对象,过往一些被当局认为所谓的「敏感日子」临近,当局都会将哥哥控制,过了一段时间才释放他。由于不到两星期就是「六四事件」三十周年,所以估计当局是因为这个原因,而抓走他。但因为哥哥平日不愿向家人透露太多维权的事情,所以有时候家人都难以帮助他。

沈女士说︰每年到那个敏感日子,总有一些麻烦,他做这个事(维权的事)有时候不跟我们说,这个具体的,我也搞不清,见到他人才知道,不见到他人我也搞不清具体是甚么回事了。

沈良庆的朋友江先生表示,沈良庆平日喜欢在推特上发表评论,但近一周亦没有看见他在推特上发出任何消息,他指沈良庆过往因为做维权的事,而被关押一段长时间,他担心今次突然失踪,其或会再次被关押判刑。

江先生说︰就是很突然的事情,他电话联系不上嘛,推特也没上,怎么回事,我就去了(沈良庆家)看看,家里没有人,电话打不通。

沈良庆寓所辖区芜湖路派出所的当值警察就表示不清楚事件。

警察说︰这个我不清楚,我今天刚刚值班,如果那个(拘留)的话,到时会通知家人吧。

沈良庆现年57岁,早在1984年,他便投身民主运动,创办民间刊物《大学生与社会》,宣扬自由人权与普世价值。因参与八九学运,1992年被合肥法院以煽动颠覆国家政权罪判刑一年半。他出狱后经常发表批评政府的言论,及参与维权活动而被当局打压。



 楼主| 发表于 6/10/2019 16:20:43 | 显示全部楼层
六四前夕前检察官沈良庆被刑事拘留2019-05-24





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[size=18.6667px]左图:沈良庆(沈良庆本人提供/RFA资料图)右图:合肥市公安局发出通知书,证实沈良庆涉嫌“寻衅滋事”被刑事拘留。(维权网)




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失联一个星期的安徽异见人士、退休检察官沈良庆证实因涉嫌“寻衅滋事”被刑事拘留。外界相信,沈良庆被当局控制,除了因为“六四事件”30周年临近,也和他经常接受外媒采访有关。尤其他经常评论中国的司法制度,触动当局神经。

沈良庆退休后在检察院宿舍改建的小区居住。自上周末起他一直失联。沈良庆的妹妹周五向本台记者表示,家属日前收到合肥市公安局发出的通知书,证实沈良庆由于涉嫌“寻衅滋事”,自上周四起被刑事拘留,目前羁押在合肥看守所。

沈女士:“就是联系不上,失联了。然后(我)就到当地派出所报失联了。(拘留)通知书是他儿子收到的。就是“寻事”(寻衅滋事)。这可能只是借口。背后的原因,因为他从来不讲(自己这方面的事),所以我们也不知道。大概现在是敏感时期,马上六四就要到了。”

近年沈良庆经常在互联网发表评论文章。包括自由亚洲电台在内,不少外媒也邀请他以退休检察官身份,就中国司法制度的弊病发表意见。

沈良庆的朋友江先生不愿意直接评论,沈被刑拘是否与接受外媒采访有关。




江先生:“我现在不方便说,上月我的手机也被警方拿去了。我现在每天上下午都要到社区去签到。现在我已经搞成这个样子,我不愿意多说话。以朋友来说,我感到这个人(沈良庆)是比较正直的。”

沈良庆多次接受外媒采访后均被问话

早在上世纪80年代,沈良庆就已投身民主运动,经常为刊物撰稿及发表演说,被当局视为自由化分子。八九学运期间,沈良庆在合肥参与民主运动,1992年被以煽动颠覆国家政权罪判刑1年半。



2018年3月8日,被扣查近22小时才获释的沈良庆,被警告不要在网上发言;他的手机和电脑被派出所扣起(右)。 (沈良庆提供)



安徽维权人士王先生相信,沈良庆在临近六四30周年之际被当局控制并不是偶然。

王先生:“第一是他经常写文章,而且他经常接受采访,国内这段时间还是比较紧的,对这方面的管控是相当严格的。只要接受采访或者写文章,都会被请去‘喝茶’或受到警告,各个省各个地方都是这样。他这些罪名都是莫须有的。沈良庆是安徽老民运分子。他写的文章也有一定说服力。只要接受采访,当局就会向他警告。对他们采取措施是不用根据法律的。”

记者周五致电沈良庆寓所辖区的派出所。当值警员以不清楚事件为由,拒绝透露沈被刑拘的详情。


记者:高锋  责编:胡力汉/嘉远  网编:瑞哲



 楼主| 发表于 6/10/2019 16:25:55 | 显示全部楼层
Interrogators in China's Anhui Deprive Activist of Food, Sleep, Toilet Access2019-05-30





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[size=18.6667px]Former Anhui state prosecutor and dissident Shen Liangqing, who disappeared on May 15, less than a month before the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen massacre on June 4, 1989, in undated photo.
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Authorities in the eastern Chinese province of Anhui have deprived aprominent dissident of sleep, toilet access and food following his detention ahead of a politically sensitive massacre anniversary.

Former Anhui state prosecutor Shen Liangqing disappeared on May 15, less than a month before the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen massacre onJune 4, 1989.

His family was later informed that he was taken into criminal detention onMay 16, on suspicion of "picking quarrels and stirring up trouble," a public order charge frequently used to target critics of the ruling Chinese Communist Party.

He is currently being held in the Hefei Detention Center in Anhui'sprovincial capital, where he has been deprived of sleep, toilet access and food during interrogations, as the authorities try to get him to "confess", according to his sister, his lawyer and an overseas-based rights group.

"On May 15, Anhui police seized dissident writer Shen Liangqing while he was walking his dog at night and criminally detained him the next day on 'picking quarrels' charges, but did not inform his family until May 22," the Chinese Human Rights Defenders (CHRD) network said in a statement on its website.

It said Shen had been visited by his lawyer Liu Hao on May 27.

"Shen told his lawyer that unknown men grabbed him while he was walking his dog and put a black hood over his head, making him believe he had been kidnapped, before police showed identification," the group said.

"At the detention center, police denied Shen food and water and use of a toilet for 24 hours, and subjected him to gruelling interrogations focused on June Fourth and if he had accepted any interviews with overseas media," CHRD said.

"Shen is a prolific tweeter through his account @sliangq and frequently comments on human rights issues," it said.

Shen's sister, who declined to give her full name, confirmed the report to RFA.

"The whole family is very worried about his health," she said. "The lawyer has requested that he be released on bail ... I can't quite get it straight, but I think the charge of picking quarrels is relating to his giving interviews to foreign media."

She added that Shen is unlikely to "confess" in return for release on bail or a more lenient sentence.

"He is definitely not going to plead guilty: he believes he is innocent," she said. "This is a violation of his human rights."

'Killing the chickens to frighten the monkeys'

Repeated calls to the Hefei Detention Center rang unanswered during office hours on Wednesday.

Liu Hao declined to comment on Shen's case when contacted by RFA.

"I need to tell you that it's really not convenient for me to talk to you about this," Liu said. "We are constantly being warned [not to talk to foreign media], and we are under a huge amount of pressure, so I hope you can understand."

A friend of Shen's, who gave only his surname Wang, said his friend is a veteran dissident and rights activist, and the authorities likely want to make an example of him to scare off anyone thinking of commemorating the 1989 pro-democracy movement and its bloody aftermath.

"I think perhaps the higher-ups want to make an example out of ShenLiangqing," Wang said. "It's a classic case of killing the chickens to frighten the monkeys; they want to show others that they will also be dealt with heavy-handedly if they don't keep quiet during this [sensitive] time."

According to CHRD, the 57-year-old Shen has been involved in democracyactivism since 1984, and served an 18-month prison sentence in 1992 for "incitement to subvert state power."

Chinese police have detained, placed under house arrest or threateneddozens of activists who are seeking to mark the June 4 anniversary, as well as relatives of those killed, during recent weeks, London-based rights group Amnesty International said in a statement this week.

It said hundreds, if not thousands, of unarmed protesters and civilians were killed when soldiers opened fire in and around Beijing’s Tiananmen Square on June 3–4, 1989, as they sought to crush widespread protests calling for political reform.

Reported by Wong Lok-to for RFA's Cantonese Service, and by Gao Feng for the Mandarin Service. Translated and edited by Luisetta Mudie.



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 楼主| 发表于 6/10/2019 16:27:04 | 显示全部楼层
China detains activists, mutes livestreams ahead of Tiananmen anniversary
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[size=0.75]Photographs related to the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown are displayed at the June 4 Museum in Hong Kong during its opening on April 26, 2019. On the mainland, the protests have largely been whitewashed from history







Chinese authorities have detained several activists ahead of the politically explosive 30th anniversary of the June 4 crackdown of Tiananmen protests, rights groups said Thursday.
Discussions of the 1989 pro-democracy protests and its military suppression are taboo in China, and authorities have rounded up or warned activists, lawyers and journalists ahead of the anniversary each year.
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Internet censors also usually work on overdrive, and this year popular livestreaming sites are shutting down around the anniversary for "technical" reasons.
But this year's attempts to mute public discourse are harsher than usual, said Cao Yaxue, founder of the Washington-based rights group China Change, because Beijing has become increasingly intolerant of dissenting voices.




Among the string of activists detained or "disappeared" are six artists who had put up a painting and performing art exhibition titled "A Conscience Movement" in the eastern city of Nanjing.
Liu Lijiao -- the wife of the lead artist Zhu Hun -- told AFP that she has been unable to contact her husband since Tuesday evening.
"Police came from Nanjing and raided my home in Beijing yesterday (Wednesday)," she said. The two cities are over 1,000 kilometres (600 miles) apart.
Calls to the Nanjing Public Security Bureau went unanswered.
Zhu Hun was also detained in 2014, for a performance art piece in support of democracy protests in Hong Kong against China's attempts to restrain freedoms in the semi-autonomous city.
Dissident writer Shen Liangqing was arrested for "picking quarrels" on May 16 and is being held in a detention centre in Hefei, the provincial capital of Anhui, Shen's lawyer Liu Hao said.
"A group of unknown men grabbed Shen while he was walking his dog the night before, and put a black hood over his head, as if it was a kidnap attempt, but later the group showed their police IDs," Liu Hao said.
Shen had been campaigning for democratic reforms for over three decades and served an 18-month jail term in 1992 for "inciting subversion".
The Hefei city public security bureau referred AFP to the local government propaganda office, which declined to comment.
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Rights group China Human Rights Defenders (CHRD) said they have documented the cases of three other individuals who were detained in May for posting photos or comments linked to the Tiananmen crackdown.
They include independent filmmaker Deng Chuanbin, who tweeted a photo of a liquor label that showed an illustrated rendition of "Tank Man", the iconic photograph of a man facing down a column of armoured vehicles in 1989.
Deng was arrested on May 17 and police warned his family not to hire a lawyer, the rights group said in a statement.
AFP couldn't independently confirm the arrest.
Four activists in southwestern China were handed prison sentences for selling liquor with the labels, that also read: "Always remember June 4th, 1989".
The Chinese Communist Party has adopted a heavy-handed approach to dealing with student activists, labour movements and rights lawyers in recent years and since President Xi Jinping took its reins.
Asked if the People's Liberation Army planned any commemoration on June 4, defence ministry spokesman Wu Qian told reporters Thursday: "I do not agree with you for using the word 'suppression'. I think these past 30 years, the stable process of China's reform and development and the achievements that have been made are an answer to this question."
- 'Press mute' -
China's army of online censors have scrubbed clean Chinese social media, removing articles, memes, hash-tags or photos alluding to the Tiananmen crackdown.
Huya and YY -- two popular livestreaming sites with millions of viewers -- have announced they will temporarily shut down live streams for "technical updates" ahead of the sensitive date and until June 6 and 7 respectively.
Nasdaq-listed Bilibili, a video streaming platform popular among young anime, comic and gaming fans in China, has blocked live commentary on its videos from May 29 until June 6.
All language versions of Wikipedia -- whose pages include details about the Tiananmen crackdown -- were blocked from the Chinese internet weeks ago.
"Officials want to press mute on everything and everyone, they want young people to forget," said an avid gamer who shares mobile gaming tutorials on Bilibili. "But there's always a way to dig up the past."



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Chinese activists detained ahead of 30th anniversary of Tiananmen crackdown
  • Popular live-streaming sites shut down for ‘technical’ reasons and artists involved in a Nanjing exhibition believed to have been taken into custody

Published: 8:57pm, 30 May, 2019







This year marks the 30th anniversary of the crackdown on pro-democracy protests in Beijing. Photo: EPA-EFE


Chinese authorities have detained several activists ahead of the politically explosive 30th anniversary of the June 4 crackdown on pro-democracy protests in Beijing, rights groups said on Thursday.

Discussions of the 1989 Tiananmen protests and its military suppression are taboo in China, and authorities have rounded up or warned activists, lawyers and journalists ahead of the anniversary each year.

Internet censors also usually go into overdrive, and this year popular live-streaming sites are shutting down around the anniversary for “technical” reasons.


But this year’s attempts to mute public discourse are harsher than usual because Beijing has become increasingly intolerant of dissenting voices, according to Cao Yaxue, founder of the Washington-based rights group China Change.

Among the string of activists detained or “disappeared” are six artists who had put up a painting and performing art exhibition titled “A Conscience Movement” in the eastern city of Nanjing.

Liu Lijiao, the wife of the lead artist Zhu Hun, said she had not been able to contact her husband since Tuesday.

“Police came from Nanjing and raided my home in Beijing [on Wednesday],” Liu said. The two cities are over 1,000km (600 miles) apart.


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