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Search Results Detail for 'Jiang Tianyong'
 
Personal Details
CECC Record Number: 2011-00179   Ethnic Group:
Detention Status: DET   Sex: M
Issue Category: assoc/civil/FG/rol   Age at Detention: 45
Main Name: Jiang Tianyong   Religion:
Chinese Characters (Main Name): 江天勇 Occupation: lawyer, defense
Alternate Name (Lay or Pen):   Affiliation: Globe-Law Law Firm (Beijing)
Additional Name(s):   Residence Province: Beijing Shi (prov.)
Pinyin Name:   Residence Prefecture: Beijing Shi Muni. Urb. Area (pref.)
  Residence County: Haidian Dist.
Imprisonment or Detention Details
Date of Detention: 2016/11/21
Current Prison: Changsha? (general location)
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Province Where Imprisoned (or Detained): Hunan Province
Prefecture Where Imprisoned (or Detained): Changsha Shi (pref.)
County Where Imprisoned (or Detained): (na)
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Short Summary
According to RDN (4 December 16) and RFA (23 November 16; 28 November 16), on November 21, 2016, rights advocate Jiang Tianyong disappeared in Changsha municipality, Hunan province, where he was to meet with the wife and lawyers of Xie Yang, a lawyer detained in the crackdown on rights lawyers and others beginning in or around July 2015. On December 16, state media reported Jiang served 9 days' administrative detention for using someone else's ID, and that police placed him under "criminal compulsory measures" on December 1 on suspicion of "illegally possessing state secrets" and "illegally providing state secrets overseas" (The Paper, 16 December 16). On December 23, Jiang's family received notice that Changsha authorities placed Jiang under "residential surveillance at a designated location" on suspicion of "inciting subversion of state power" (RFA, 23 December 16). Jiang's exact whereabouts remained unknown. Several United Nations human rights experts (Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, 6 December 16) expressed concerns that Chinese authorities detained Jiang in retaliation for his legal advocacy, including for members of religious groups, for which authorities previously harassed and detained him, including in 2011 and 2014 (CHRD, 10 April 14).