Wednesday, September 16, 2015

In China 'you might disappear at any time' _ By Guardian


Wang Yu was the most high profile of the lawyers arrested in July 2015 in a crackdown on rights campaigners in China.
She was held on suspicion of inciting subversion after one of her last cases, a sexual assault involving six underage girls and their school headteacher in Wanning City. Despite pressure on the girls’ parents to stay quiet, Wang Yu took up their case, risking her safety to inform the public about their rights, and fighting for the incident to be classified as rape. Here she explains why.

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