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Search Results Detail for 'Zhu Yufu'
 
Personal Details
CECC Record Number: 2004-02253   Ethnic Group: Han
Detention Status: DET   Sex: M
Issue Category: assoc/dem/spch/6489   Age at Detention: 58
Main Name: Zhu Yufu   Religion:
Chinese Characters (Main Name): 朱虞夫 Occupation: writer, advocacy
Alternate Name (Lay or Pen):   Affiliation:
Additional Name(s):   Residence Province: Zhejiang Province
Pinyin Name:   Residence Prefecture: Hangzhou Shi (pref.)
  Residence County: Hangzhou Shi Muni. Urb. Area (cty.)
Imprisonment or Detention Details
Date of Detention: 2011/03/05
Current Prison: Zhejiang No. 4 Prison
Sentence Length (Years): 7
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Province Where Imprisoned (or Detained): Zhejiang Province
Prefecture Where Imprisoned (or Detained): Hangzhou Shi (pref.)
County Where Imprisoned (or Detained): Yuhang Dist.
Legal Process
Legal Process: chg/tri/sent-app   Formal Arrest Date: 2011/04/11
Trial Court: Hangzhou Intermediate People's Court   Trial Date: 2012/01/31
Sentence Court: Hangzhou Intermediate People's Court   Sentence Date: 2012/02/10
Appeal Court: Zhejiang High People's Court   Appeal Date: 2012/05/07
Appeal Ruling Court: Zhejiang High People's Court   Appeal Ruling Date: 2012/05/07
Charge (Statute): CL97-art105(2)   Sent. Ends Per PRC: 2018/03/04
  Actual Date Released:
Short Summary
According to CHRD (10 February 12, 12 April 11, 16 May 12, 5 September 14), AP, via Star Tribune (10 February 12), RFA (17 January 12, 12 March 13), and CAA 14 February 12 and 8 April 13), PSB officials in Hangzhou city, Zhejiang province, detained democracy activist Zhu Yufu on March 5, 2011, and arrested him on April 11 on suspicion of "inciting subversion of state power." The Hangzhou Intermediate People's Court sentenced him to 7 years in prison on February 10, 2012. Zhu's verdict cited as evidence his activities in the name of the China Democracy Party; his assistance to democracy advocates; articles he wrote posted overseas that "slandered our country's" state power; and three Internet postings, including a poem, that "incited" people to "subvert state power" around the time of online calls for "Jasmine" protest rallies. Zhu lost his appeal in May 2012 and was placed in Zhejiang Provincial No. 4 Prison. His health condition reportedly had deteriorated, but officials denied him high blood pressure medication and his multiple medical parole requests. Previously, authorities sentenced him to 7 years' imprisonment in 1999 and to 2 years in 2007 for his activism.