The converted gang leader was tortured and disabled. Reportedly, he is still in prison, from where he may be released later this month.
The veteran practitioner, who was arrested for the first time in 1999, was punished for publishing pictures documenting the real situation of the COVID epidemic.
Having being jailed in the past for distributing flyers, Yin Xianping is told that even talking about a banned movement is a crime.
Appellate decision against two Shanxi women confirms that under Article 300 possession of printed material of a xie jiao is enough to go to jail.
The heinous system of delation was at work in Anhui province.
Liang Shunjing and Deng Xiufen, husband and wife, had a successful electrical appliance store. They lost it, and are now serving a ten-year jail sentence.
China operated the largest data base of legal decisions in the world. Until it realized it offered ammunition to critics—including Bitter Winter.
In Guizhou, one Peng Biao went to prison just for sending to friends a QR code allowing to download the “Shenzhou Mingmei” application.
High-profile prisoner of conscience Gong Piqi allegedly died of a “sudden brain hemorrhage,” but his body had telltale signs of torture.