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This video emerged on the internet recently, reportedly from Shenzhen, showing a woman detained by police for internet posts she had made.

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Terence Halliday, a research professor at the American Bar Foundation, and co-author of Criminal Defense in China: The Politics of Lawyers at Work, spoke at Fordham University on July 8, marking the third anniversary of the 709 crackdown. 特伦斯•哈利迪(Terence Halliday)是美国律师基金会研究教授,合著有《中国的刑事辩护:律师工作中的政治》(Criminal Defense in China: The Politics of Lawyers at Work ,剑桥大学出版社,2016年版)。他7月8日在福坦莫大学,在第二届中国人权律师节,做了主旨发言。视频带中文字幕。

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This video was the introductory piece for the Second Annual China Human Rights Lawyers’ Day held at Fordham University on July 8, 2018.

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Xie Yanyi, a human rights lawyer and 709 crackdown victim who was held in paramilitary detention and tortured in custody, speaks about his experiences.

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Sui Muqing, a human rights lawyer in China, reflects on his experiences in legal rights defense as the Chinese Communist Party undertakes a campaign of suppression of those like him.

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