[Breaking news] One family of 12 arrested HKers hired a lawyer from the mainland to visit the family member in the detainment bureau, the lawyer was turned down and suing the police at the local court.[follow up]

Translator: Author Wenxv; Reviewer: Wencheng

Last Friday(09/18/2020), One of the twelve arrested HKers as suspects of crossing the border illigeally was detained in the Yantian police bureau in Shenzhen, family Huang Weiran hired a full license lawyer of the mainland-quad Niu to visit Huang in the detainment place, the guards claimed the client has hired two official lawyers and turned down the request of lawyer Quan. Following that Quan Niu went to the Yantian court to sue the local police station violated the rights of proper defense of his client.

As such,  the twelve HKers have bee detained for three weeks, at least 5 lawyers were forced to quit the case, three of these five brought proper paperwork yet turned down by the authority.

comments of our fellow fighters:[Wen Yue]

The evil laws of the CCP, not only the suspects of Hong Kong are not allowed to go back to Hong Kong, they actually practice their laws over the borders of Hong Kong. Without conviction, HKers were detained in the mainland. Even with all the legal documents, lawyers were turned down by the authority. Even worse, the suspects were forced to choose official lawyers assigned by the government, all these caused no practical contacts between the victims and their family. The family doesn’t even know if the victims are still alive. Hong Kong is across the river to Shenzhen, yet people can never get to their families. The evil of the CCP is way beyond all the papers of the human society, but the evil or good always have consequences comes to them. We believe the fair judgments will come soon.

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armor
1 month ago

CCP Virus ,CCP Lied,The world people died.Take down the CCP !
 
The New Federal State of China ! Everything has begun !
 
Action ! Action ! Action !
 
Lah Lah Lah Lah Lah !

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