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Record of December 10, 2018 Meeting with Huang Qi

December 10, 2018

On December 10, 2018, lawyer Liu Zhengqing (刘正清) visited his client, Sichuan activist Huang Qi (黄琦), who is detained at the Mianyang Detention Center. He learned from Huang that two prosecutors based at the detention center had met with Huang Qi three times on November 30 and December 3, asking him to plead guilty, and telling him that if he pleaded otherwise, he would be sentenced to more than ten years in prison. On December 4 and 5, separately, two judges from the Mianyang Intermediate Court went to the detention center to see Huang Qi. They asked Huang to review his case files. Huang refused, and said: "I will only follow court procedures, and only in the presence of my lawyers." The presiding judge told Huang that his application for medical parole was not approved. On December 7, Mianyang Intermediate Court sent Huang a notice of pre-trial meeting. Huang told lawyer Liu that he was determined to fight to the end, and hoped that everyone would pay close attention to all those who have been persecuted due to his case as well as to his mother, Pu Wenqing(蒲文清), who is currently missing.

Detained on November 28, 2016 and formally arrested on December 16 that year, Huang Qi was indicted in January 2018 on charges of “illegally providing state secrets abroad”. But the authorities have not yet brought him to trial.

See Huang Qi for more information.


时  间:2018年12月10日上午
地  点:绵阳市看守所
会 见  人:刘正清律师










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