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Editor: Donald C. Clarke
George Washington University Law School

Sunday, October 15, 2006

Gao Zhisheng finally charged

Activist lawyer Gao Zhisheng, detained in mid-August and formally arrested (daibu 逮捕) on Sept. 21 (daibu in Chinese criminal procedure is a technical term that does not correspond to the practical question of whether you have been forcibly detained by the police), has now finally been told the charge against him: inciting subversion. For the full New York Times story, click here (free registration required).

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