Tag Archives: Chen Kegui

Chen Guangcheng’s Family under Intense Harassment Lately


You would think life has moved on, and the Chinese government has gotten over Chen Guangcheng, the blind barefoot lawyer they had imprisoned and then placed under house arrest. But no, they haven’t. Exactly a year after Chen Guangcheng fled … Continue reading

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Chen Guangfu: How Far off is the Court Verdict from the Facts?


Chen Kegui was tried and sentenced to three years and four months in prison on November 30th for “intentional harm.” Following the trial, his family received a statement, supposedly by Kegui, that he “abandons appeal.” Throughout his detention and trial, Kegui was … Continue reading

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Lawyer Si Weijiang’s Statement Regarding Chen Kegui’s Case


The blind lawyer Chen Guangcheng’s nephew Chen Kegui, charged with “intentional injury,” was tried and sentenced on November 30. On December 1, his lawyer Si Weijiang (斯伟江), who had been prevented by the authorities from serving his client, issued the … Continue reading

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