王藏、王麗 – 夫婦二人同被捕,擔心家中四名年幼子女


姓名:王藏(本名王玉文)

出生年份:1985
職業:詩人、藝術家

被拘捕日期:2020年5月30日
被拘捕地點:多個公安衝進王在雲南省楚雄巿的住所,把他帶走。
被拘捕理由:煽動顛覆國家政權罪
正式被捕日期:2020年7月3日
被起訴日期:2020年9月中

法律代表:四川盧思位律師、北京張磊律師

審訊日期:
判決結果:
刑期:
關押地點:楚雄巿看守所

案件簡介:
雲南省楚雄巿警方於2020年5月30日闖進王藏家中將他帶走,家人多次到當地派出所查問仍無法得知他現況。6月8日和11日,其妻王麗在推特上向外界求援,指公安盗取了她的銀行卡、身份證和王藏的護照。6月17日,王麗和王藏的弟弟被公安傳召問話,自此與外界失去聯絡。因持續受監視和恐嚇,王麗一直擔心家人,尤其是四個年幼孩子的安危,自2017年精神出現問題。

2020年9月初,有維權人士在網上登出王氏夫婦二人的逮捕通知書,顯示王藏於7月3日被雲南楚雄州檢察院以「煽動顛覆國家政權罪」批准逮捕。9月17日,四川的盧思位律師和北京張磊律師終獲准到看守所會見王藏,他精神尚可,但對王麗被捕感到極痛心,亦非常擔心四個孩子沒有父母在身邊的情況。

2020年10月16,盧思位律師再到看守所會見了王藏,王藏對妻子王麗也被抓捕表示非常憤怒,公安並對他暗示,只要他屈服,他們便會釋放王麗。王藏又得知王麗因為貧血嚴重被送至所外醫院治療。自9月兩位律師會見王藏後,看守所管教著他考慮兩位律師介入會否對他的案件帶來更差的後果,並說他要多長的刑期才不考慮上訴,對此,王藏表示絕不會解聘兩位律師。

王麗 (本名王莉芹)在王藏遭抓捕後,因在網絡上為丈夫呼籲也遭抓捕,後於2020年7月24日也被以「煽動顛覆國家政權罪」逮捕。王藏家中四名年幼子女 (包括大兒子11歲、大女兒7歲、一對雙胞胎3歲)暫由祖母照顧,外界無法得知他們的狀況,也不知道孩子能否上學,情況令人擔憂。

王藏(本名王玉文)是內地詩人,自2003年起提倡言論自由和民主,並透過其作品聲援其他在囚的異見人士。2014年時值香港雨傘運動,王因組織唸詩活動以支持傘運而被扣留長達9個月。獲釋後,當局逼他遷離北京,因而舉家回到家鄉雲南省。然而,雲南當局對王家的監視和滋擾從未間斷。

資料更新:2020年10月23日

姓名:王麗 (本名王莉芹)

出生年份:
職業:詩人王藏妻子

被拘捕日期:6月17日
被拘捕地點:未明
被拘捕理由:煽動顛覆國家政權罪
正式被捕日期:2020年7月24日
被起訴日期:

法律代表:

審訊日期:
判決結果:
刑期:
關押地點:楚雄州看守所

案件簡介:
王藏是內地詩人,自2003年起提倡言論自由和民主,並透過其作品聲援其他在囚異見人士。2014年正值香港「雨傘運動」,王因組織唸詩活動支持「傘運」被扣留長達9個月。獲釋後,當局逼他遷離北京,舉家回到家鄉雲南楚雄市。然而,當局對王家的監視和滋擾從未間斷。

楚雄巿警方於2020年5月30日闖進王藏家中將他帶走,家人多次到當地派出所查問仍無法得知他的狀況。王藏妻子王麗、弟弟王玉斌、表姐、表哥及表嫂等親友也都受到威脅及限制人身自由。6月1日晚,王麗及王玉斌被帶往派出所,逼問王藏手機密碼,執法人員還威脅兩人不配合就要被拘留。 6月8日及11日,王麗在推特向外界求援,指公安盜取她的銀行卡、身份證和王藏的護照。6月17日,王麗和王藏弟弟被公安傳召問話,自此與外界失去聯絡。因持續被監視和恐嚇,王麗一直擔心家人,尤其是4個年幼孩子的安危,自2017年精神出現問題,一度離家失蹤,住院後情況回穩,但自王藏2020年5月被捕後多次昏倒和崩潰。

2020年9月初,有維權人士在網上登出王氏夫婦逮捕通知書,顯示王藏於7月3日被雲南楚雄州檢察院以「煽動顛覆國家政權罪」批准逮捕。王麗 (原名王莉芹)在王藏被抓捕後,因在網絡上為丈夫呼籲於2020年7月24日被以「煽動顛覆國家政權罪」逮捕。王藏家中4名年幼子女 (包括11歲大兒子、7歲大女兒及3歲雙胞胎)暫由祖母照顧,外界無法得知他們的狀況,也不知道孩子能否上學,情況令人擔憂。

資料更新:2020年9月8日

Name: Wang Zang (original name: Wang Yuwen) (中文姓名:王藏, 原名王玉文)

Year of birth: 1985
Occupation: Poet, artist

Date of detention: 30 May 2020
Location: Police took him away from his home in Chuxiong City, Yunnan Province
Ground of detention: Inciting subversion of state power

Date of formal arrest: 3 July 2020
Date of Indictment: mid-September 2020

Legal representation: Lu Siwei, Zhang Lei

Date of trial:
Verdict:
Sentence:
Location of imprisonment: Chuxiong City Detention Centre

Description:
Wang was detained on 30 May 2020 on charges of “inciting subversion of state power.” His family doesn’t have any information about his whereabouts despite multiple visits to the local police station. On 8 and 11 June, his wife Wang Li tweeted a plea for help as police stole her belongings (bank card, identity card and Wang Zang’s passport) and threatened to take her away. Wang Li and his brother were ordered to go to the local police station and could not be reached since 17 June 2020. Mrs Wang has been suffering from mental problems since 2017, due to surveillance and threats the authority keeps pressing on her and her four young children.

In early September, some activists posted two notices of arrest on social media, showing that Wang Zang was formally arrested on 3 July 2020 and his wife Wang Li on 24 July 2020, by the Chuxiong Yi Autonomous Prefecture Procuratorate, on charges of “inciting subversion of state power.” Wang Li was arrested and charged simply because she sought help for her husband. On 17 September, his lawyers Lu Siwei and Zhang Lei met with Wang Zang at the detention centre. Wang expressed his gratitude for all the support, but is worried about his wife Wang Li, who is also arrested, and their four children. The four young children (a 11-year-old son, a 7-year-old daughter, a pair of 3-year-old twins) are taken care by Wang Zang’s mother. It is unclear if the children could attend schools or if they are confined at home. Their conditions are worrisome.

On 16 October 2020, Lawyer Lu went to visit Wang Zang again. Wang Zang was very angry that his wife Wang Li was also detained. Wang also learned that Wang Li was suffering from serious anemia and was sent to a hospital outside the detention centre. Chuxiong police told him that they could release Wang Li if he would admit to his crime. The officials in the detention centre also warned him that he should think about whether it would lead to even worse results if he continues hiring the two lawyers. But Wang Zang insisted that he won’t dismiss the lawyers.

Wang Zang, a mainland poet who promoted free speech and democracy through his artwork and expressed support for detained activists since 2003. He had been detained for nine months for organizing a poetry recital in support of the Hong Kong Umbrella Movement in 2014. After his release, he was forced to leave Beijing and return to his hometown in Yunnan Province. Surveillance and harassment from the authority continued to take place in his home in Yunnan Province.

Updated on: 23 October 2020

 

Name: Wang Li (original name: Wang Liqin) (中文姓名:王麗,原名:王莉芹)

Year of birth:
Occupation: Wife of Wang Zang, he is a poet, an artist and an activist

Date of detention: She was ordered to go to the local police station and could not be reached since 17 June 2020.
Location: Unknown.
Ground of detention: Inciting subversion of state power
Date of formal arrest: 24 July 2020
Date of Indictment:

Legal representation:

Date of trial:
Verdict:
Sentence:
Location of imprisonment: Chuxiong Yi Autonomous Prefecture Detention Centre

Description:
The Chuxiong Yi Autonomous Prefecture Procuratorate in Yunan province approved the formal arrest of Poet Wang Zang’s wife Wang Li on 24 July 2020, on charges of “inciting subversion of state power.” Wang Li was arrested and charged simply because she sought help for her husband. Their four young children (a 11-year-old son, a 7-year-old daughter, a pair of 3-year-old twins) are taken care by Wang Zang’s mother. It is unclear if the children could attend schools or are confined at home. Wang Li and Wang Zang’s conditions are worrisome.

Wang Zang, a mainland poet who promoted free speech and democracy through his artwork and expressed support for detained activists since 2003. He had been detained for nine months for organizing a poetry recital in support of the Hong Kong Umbrella Movement in 2014. After his release, he was forced to leave Beijing and return to his hometown in Yunnan Province. Surveillance and harassment from the authority continued to take place in his home in Yunnan Province.

Wang Zang was detained on 30 May 2020 on charges of “inciting subversion of state power.” His family didn’t have any information about his whereabouts despite multiple visits to the local police station. On 8 and 11 June, his wife Wang Li tweeted a plea for help as police stole her belongings (bank card, identity card and Wang Zang’s passport) and threatened to take her away. Wang Li and his brother were ordered to go to the local police station and could not be reached since 17 June 2020. Mrs Wang has been suffering from mental problems since 2017, due to surveillance and threats the authority keeps pressing on her and her four young children. She was hospitalized in Beijing and recovered in the last two years. Since Wang’s detention in May this year, she fainted and suffered from several mental breakdowns.

In early September, some activists posted two notices of arrest on social media, showing that Wang Zang was also formally arrested on the charge of “inciting subversion of state power” on 3 July 2020.

Updated on: 10 September 2020