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VIETNAM

 

9 mars 2010
 
 
 
 
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 Thi Công Nhân, 

detained

shortly after her release from three years in prison to prevent her from giving an interview with a foreign journalist.

 

Sources : Ligue Vietnamienne des DH

    

 

 

 

Le Thi Cong Nhan,  detained for four hours shortly after her release from three years in prison to prevent her from giving an interview with a foreign journalist 30, released from prison on March 6 but remained under house arrest.

Le Thi Cong Nhan was released from prison on March 6 two months shy of completing a three-year sentence for “anti-government activity.”  But she was detained again at a Hanoi police station on 9 March for telling reporters that her time in prison confirmed her “faith” in the peaceful “struggle for human rights and democracy in Vietnam.”

Four security officials detained her for allegedly breaching terms of that house arrest after she and her sister bought clothes at a shop one kilometer away from their home, she told local Church people.

Le Thi Cong Nhan, 30, said she believed the authorities wanted to prevent her from giving an interview with a foreign journalist yesterday afternoon.

Cong Nhan was released from prison on March 6 but remained under house arrest.The terms of her house detention forbid her from traveling out of her home ward.

She was arrested on March 6, 2007, and accused of propaganda against the communist government. She was sentenced to three years in prison and another three years of house arrest at a court on Nov. 27, 2007.

Her colleague, lawyer Nguyen Van Dai, is serving a four-year prison sentence and three years of house arrest.

 

 

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