【禁闻】深圳维权人士杨林被控煽动颠覆罪

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【新唐人2013年08月12日讯】深圳维权人士杨林被控煽动颠覆罪

深圳维权人士杨林被以“煽动颠覆国家政权罪”逮捕,目前被关押在深圳市福田区看守所。

杨林的代理律师李静林对《美国之音》表示,8月12号将前往深圳,但能否见到当事人,他不能确定,因为 ‘煽动颠覆国家政权罪’,比其他罪名的案子,会见难度要大得多。

李静林还表示,杨林根本没有煽动和颠覆中共国家政权的那份能力,当局对他的指控很滑稽,因为杨林不是那种有影响的人物。

据大陆《维权网》报导:杨林现年45岁,原籍山东聊城地区临清市尚店人,20多岁南下深圳打工,并且开始接触和帮助底层民众上访维权,期间到场见证了广东乌坎、钱云会事件等维权活动。

杨林6月12号在深圳失踪,他的家属直到最近才接到当局的逮捕通知。

广东律师唐荆陵认为,杨林这次被捕可能与他在深圳进行过一次“举牌行动”有关。

传记者实名举报官员贪腐将被叫停

近期大陆连续发生记者实名举报贪官,掀起官场波澜事件,有消息透露,中共当局已经开始打压举报行动,记者举报官员贪腐可能被叫停。

新浪微博实名认证的“@王鹏律师”发文说,记者举报将要终结。他表示,在有关部门的要求下,大陆记协从本周开始,以研究的名义在各大报社调研与记者公开举报有关的四个问题,包括能否举报、举报行为是否符合职业规范、是否合法、怎么处理等。

这个消息在微博媒体人圈中引起强烈反弹,纷纷发言谴责。

在此之前,大陆记者罗昌平、王文志、刘虎等,实名举报三名副部级官员涉嫌贪腐。其中,罗昌平举报的原国家能源局局长刘铁男,已落马。而王文志、刘虎举报的两名高官,则暂时无下文。

粤警逮两人 指造谣禽流感疫情

8月11号,两名在微博上发布惠州H7N9禽流感消息的90后女子,被广东警方拘留和批评教育。

据大陆媒体报导,惠州警方称,两名发布者均在博罗县。

其中一人在新浪微博称“博罗H7N9爆发,已经死了好几个人了,都没报导。”

另一人在腾讯微博说“根据可靠内线消息,现在(博罗县)横河(镇)已经有30几个人感染了H7N9病毒。”
警方认为消息不实,而对这二人进行处罚。

不过,有网友认为,根据以往经验,中共警方所称的虚假信息,事后通常都被证实是事实真相。

编辑/周玉林

Shenzhen Rights Activist Yang Lin Charged
With Inciting Subversion

Shenzhen rights activist Yang Lin was arrested on
the charge of inciting subversion of state power.
He is now detained in Futian district detention in Shenzhen.

Yang Lin’s attorney Li Jing told VOA that
he will be going to Shenzhen on August 12.
Li is not sure if he will be abe to meet with Yang
as it’s harder to meet a litigant charged with “Inciting subversion of state power”

Li Jing said that Yang Lin has no capability to incite
subversion of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) regime.
The CCP accusations against him are ridiculous because
Yang Lin is not an influential type of person.

Mainland media Human Rights Defenders’ report say Yang
Lin is 45, from Shangdian, Linqing City, Shandong Province.
He went to Shenzhen for work when he was 20. He started
to work at the grassroots level to protect peoples’ rights.
During that time, he joined rights activities of Wukan of
Guangdong and Qian Yunhui’s mysterious death case.

Yang Lin has been missing since June 12.
His family didn’t receive an arrest notice until just recently.

Guangdong lawyer Tang Jingling believes Yang Lin’s arrest
may be due to joining a “holding banner” activity in Shenzhen.

Rumor:Journalists Won’t Be Able To Report Official Corruption

Journalists have continually reported on corrupt officials from
the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) recently in China.
It is clear that the CCP is now suppressing whistleblowers so
journalists may be banned from reporting corrupt officials.

@lawyer Wang Peng who has solid attestation on
Sina Weibo published an article saying journalists will be banned from reporting corruption.
He says the mainland journalists association investigates in
major newspapers the issues of “whether report action violates
professional norms, is it legal, and how to deal with it”.

This information aroused strong responses among Weibo
media people who made a lot of condemning comments.

Previously mainland journalists Luo Changping, Wang Wenzhi,
and Liu Hu had reported three corrupt vice-ministerial officials.
Former national energy bureau director Liu Tienan
reported by Luo Changping has already fallen.
The two other cases have no results back yet.

Two People Arrested In Guangdong,
Accused Of Spreading H7N9 Rumors

On August 11, two girls who posted Huizhou H7N9 bird flu
information on Weibo were arrested, criticized, and “educated” by Guangdong police.

According to mainland media, Huizhou police says
both of the girls are in Boluo County.
One of them posted on Sina Weibo “H7N9 outbreak in Boluo.
Several people have died. No one has reported about it.”

The other girl posted on qq.com saying,
“According to reliable insider’s information,
over 30 people have been infected by
the H7N9 virus in Henghe of Boluo County.”
Police considered the information untruthful,
and punished the two girls.

But netizens say according to past experience, so called false
information by CCP police is always proved to be the truth.

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