凌浩波 – 被抓捕前曾發推文聲援香港「反送中」運動

2020年8月4日,#凌浩波 突然從監獄致電他父親,請他存錢,他的家人才獲悉凌浩波已被秘密審判,並已從河源市看守所被轉到河源監獄。但凌浩波家人一直沒有收到開庭通知,河源公安聲稱已把判決書寄到凌浩波戶籍地湖北,但家人曾嘗試取件,但戶籍地工作人員否認收到相關文件。被抓捕前,凌浩波亦曾發推文聲援香港「反送中」運動。

On 4 August 2020, #LingHaobo suddenly called his father from the prison, asking him to deposit money for him. His family realized that Ling had been secretly tried and transferred from Heyuan City Detention Centre to Heyuan Prison. But his family has not received any notification about his trial. Heyuan police claimed that they sent the written verdict to Hubei, where Ling’s residential status is registered. Ling’s family has tried to get the document but the staff at the Hubei office denied having received the concerned document. Before being detained, Ling Haobo had tweeted to support Hong Kong’s Anti-Extradition Bill protests.

姓名:凌浩波(原名:凌建華)

出生年份:1986年
職業:廣東省河源市華登玩具制品有限公司員工

被拘捕日期:2019年6月19日被刑事拘留
被拘捕地點:於廣東省河源市華登玩具製品有限公司上班時被河源市警方帶走
被拘捕罪名:尋釁滋事罪

正式被捕日期:以同樣罪名於2019年11月22日被正式逮捕
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廣東省河源監獄

案件簡介:
因為在推特關注獨立電影拍攝者鄧傳彬(網名:晃晃)被關押的消息,凌浩波於2019年5月29日被廣州市白雲區公安傳喚,期後被帶回湖北老家。6月14日回廣州後,公安給他在白雲區的房東壓力,要求他搬走。

2019年6月17日回河源市華登玩具製品有限公司上班,他在6月19日上班時,被河源市公安帶走,期後以「尋釁滋事罪」被刑事拘留。凌被捕後,廣東公安曾到他在湖北隨州的家,抄走了他的電腦、手機、書籍和文件等。

直到2019年11月22日,河源市檢察院以「尋釁滋事罪」批准凌浩波被正式逮捕,指控他在推特上轉發關於鄧傳彬和「六四白酒」案(四名因紀念六四被捕的人士符海陸、張雋勇、羅富譽和陳兵)的訊息,以此來說他違反了中國的網絡法規。

此後,凌浩波的家人一直沒有收到任何關於他的訊息,直到2020年8月4日,凌浩波突然從監獄致電他父親,請他存錢,他的家人才獲悉凌浩波已被秘密審判,並已從河源市看守所被轉到河源監獄。但凌浩波家人一直沒有收到開庭通知,河源公安聲稱已把判決書寄到凌浩波戶籍地湖北,但家人曾嘗試取件,但戶籍地工作人員否認收到相關文件。

被抓捕前,凌浩波亦曾發推文聲援香港「反送中」運動。

參考更多資料:
https://twitter.com/free_linghaobo
http://wqw2010.blogspot.com/2019/07/blog-post_88.html
http://wqw2010.blogspot.com/2020/09/blog-post_51.html

資料更新:2020年10月3日

Name: Ling Haobo (original name: Ling Jianhua)

Date of birth: 1986
Occupation: Employee of Huadeng Toys Products Company Limited in Heyuan, Guangdong

Date of detention: criminally detained on 16 June 2019
Location: taken away by Heyuan police when he was working at Huadeng Toys Products Company Limited
Ground of detention: Picking quarrels and provoking trouble

Date of formal arrest: 22 November 2019, with the same charge
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Heyuan Prison

Description:
Ling Haobo was summoned by police from Baiyun District, Guangzhou Municipality, for interrogation on 29 May 2019 and taken back to his hometown in Hubei province after he tweeted about the detention of independent filmmaker Deng Chuanbin (online name: Huang Huang). After he returned to Guangzhou on 14 June 2019, police put pressure on his landlord in Baiyun District who asked him to move out.

Ling returned to work at Huadeng Toys Products Company Limited in Heyuan City on 17 June 2019. When he was working at the company on 19 June, he was taken away by Heyuan police and was later criminally detained on suspicion of “picking quarrels and provoking trouble”. After he was detained, Guangdong police went to his home in Suizhou to take away his computer, mobile, books and some documents.

Until 22 November 2019, Heyuan City Procuratorate approved Ling’s formal arrest for the charge of “picking quarrels and provoking trouble” and accused him of retweeting information about Deng Chuanbin and the “June 4 Liquor” case (four activists Fu Hailu, Zhang Junyong, Luo Fuyu and Chen Bing detained for commemorating June 4), citing that as accusing him of violating China’s internet laws and regulations.

Since then, Ling’s family had not received any information about him. Until 4 August 2020, Ling Haobo suddenly called his father from the prison, asking him to deposit money for him. His family realized that Ling had been secretly tried and transferred from Heyuan City Detention Centre to Heyuan Prison. But his family has not received any notification about his trial. Heyuan police claimed that they sent the written verdict to Hubei, where Ling’s residential status is registered. Ling’s family has tried to get the document but the staff at the Hubei office denied having received the concerned document.

Before being detained, Ling Haobo had tweeted to support Hong Kong’s Anti-Extradition Bill protests.

For more information:
https://twitter.com/free_linghaobo
http://wqw2010.blogspot.com/2019/07/blog-post_88.html
http://wqw2010.blogspot.com/2020/09/blog-post_51.html

Updated on: 3 October 2020