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Search Results Detail for 'Gulmira Imin '
 
Personal Details
CECC Record Number: 2010-00238   Ethnic Group: Uyghur
Detention Status: DET/life   Sex: F
Issue Category: eth/assoc/spch   Age at Detention: 32
Main Name: Gulmira Imin   Religion:
Chinese Characters (Main Name): 古丽米拉 Occupation: Internet, manager
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Additional Name(s): Gulmire Imin   Residence Province: Xinjiang Uyghur Auto. Region
Pinyin Name:   Residence Prefecture: Wulumuqi [Urumqi] Shi (pref.)
  Residence County: (na)
Imprisonment or Detention Details
Date of Detention: 2009/07/14
Current Prison: Xinjiang Women's Prison
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Province Where Imprisoned (or Detained): Xinjiang Uyghur Auto. Region
Prefecture Where Imprisoned (or Detained): Wulumuqi [Urumqi] Shi (pref.)
County Where Imprisoned (or Detained): Shuimogou Dist.
Legal Process
Legal Process: chg/tri/sent   Formal Arrest Date:
Trial Court: Urumqi Intermediate People's Court   Trial Date: 2010/04/01
Sentence Court: Urumqi Intermediate People's Court   Sentence Date: 2010/04/01
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Short Summary
According to Amnesty International, the Uyghur American Association, and Radio Free Asia, authorities in Urumqi, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, detained Gulmira Imin, a Uyghur Web site administrator and government employee from Urumqi, on July 14, 2009. She had worked for the Web site Salkin, which reportedly posted an announcement calling Uyghurs to demonstrate in Urumqi on July 5, 2009, and authorities alleged she was involved in organizing the demonstration. The Urumqi Intermediate Court tried and sentenced Gulmira Imin on April 1, 2010, to life imprisonment for “splittism, leaking state secrets and organizing an illegal demonstration,” crimes under Articles 103, 111, and 296 of China’s Criminal Law. Five other defendants, whose names remain unknown, were tried and sentenced on the same day to terms between 15 years and life imprisonment. Gulmira Imin reportedly said at trial that authorities mistreated her in detention and coerced her into signing a document she had not read. Gulmira Imin is currently held in the Xinjiang Women’s Prison (Xinjiang No. 2 Prison) in Urumqi.