陳雲飛 Chen Yunfei – 陪母散步被人攔截,稱要傳喚到派出所作調查,其後失去聯絡

2021年3月25日晚上,長期關注 #六四 和 #維權 消息的 #陳雲飛 在成都街頭陪母親散步時,被沒著警服的人員攔截,說是到派出所接受傳喚調查而帶走,之後與外界失去聯絡。當晚陳母回家後,來了一群人在家裡翻搜物品,翌日同一批人又來搜了一遍,也沒有說明理由和辦手續。據陳母分析,來「執法」的人員,從外表和行為方式判斷,主要是社區裡的保安和基層工作人員,估計是擔心即將來臨的清明節,陳雲飛又會做出讓他們難以掌控的新聞事件,而先把他拘留起來。

On 25 March evening, Chen Yunfei, who has long been advocating for commemorating #June4 and attention for human rights issues, was taking a walk with his mother in Chengdu City. They were approached by some people not in police uniform, saying that Chen was summoned to the police station for investigation and they took him away. Since then, he has lost contact with his family and friends. When Chen’s mother got home that night, a group of people came to search their home and the same happened the next day, without giving her a reason. Her mother believed that Chen is kept in custody as Ching Ming Festival (Tomb Sweeping Day, 4 April) is approaching and the authorities fear that he might do something to attract media attention.

姓名:陳雲飛 (Chen Yunfei)

出生日期:1967年8月13日
職業:維權人士

被拘捕日期:2021年3月25日
被拘捕地點: 陳陪母親在街上散步時,被沒穿警服的人員攔截,說要傳喚他到派出所作調查而被帶走,之後與外界失去聯絡。
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案件簡介:

2021年3月25日晚上,陳雲飛在成都街頭陪母親散步時,被沒著警服的人員攔截,說是到派出所接受傳喚調查而帶走,之後與外界失去聯絡。

當晚陳母回家後,來了一群人在家裡翻搜物品,翌日同一批人又來搜了一遍,也沒有說明理由和辦手續。據陳母分析,來「執法」的人員,從外表和行為方式判斷,主要是社區裡的保安和基層工作人員,估計是擔心即將來臨的清明節,陳雲飛又會做出讓他們難以掌控的新聞事件,而先把他拘留起來。

陳雲飛,1990年代初畢業於北京農業大學,曾參與八九民運,四川維權人士。 2007年六四18週年當天,因在《成都晚報》上刊登「向堅強的64遇難者母親致敬」的廣告被警察從家中帶走,後以涉嫌煽動顛覆國家政權罪處以監視居住半年。

2015年3月25日,陳雲飛與其他20多人在四川新津縣為在1989年六四事件中的死難學生肖傑、吳國峰掃墓後,在返回的路上被警方帶走。警方於30多天后告知其罪名為「尋釁滋事、煽動顛覆國家政權」,而被刑事拘留。後來檢察院取消了「煽動顛覆國家政權」罪名,2017年3月31日,陳雲飛被成都武侯區法院以「尋釁滋事罪」判刑4年。,至2019年3月出獄。

2019年9月陳雲飛接受境外傳媒訪問,指港人「反送中」的非暴力和不合作抗爭方式,令人欽佩,更讚揚港人是大陸民眾的典範,又批評警察暴力對待學生,而被國保帶走,10月19日從看守所取保獲釋。 2020年5月31日,因參加悼念六四的網上會議,陳雲飛在成都的寓所被警察帶走,待至六四過後才重獲自由。

參考更多資料:
陳雲飛的推特:https://twitter.com/chenyunfei8964
https://msguancha.com/a/lanmu4/2021/0327/20865.html
https://twitter.com/sinbad_W/status/1376169429017366529 
https://www.rfa.org/mandarin/yataibaodao/renquanfazhi/gf-06032020073549.html

資料更新:2021年3月30日

Name: Chen Yunfei (陳雲飛)

Date of birth: 13 August 1967
Occupation: Human rights activist

Date of detention: 25 March 2021
Place of detention: Chen went for a walk with his mother and was approached by persons not in police uniform, saying that he was summoned to the police station for investigation and they took him away. Since then, he has lost contact with his family and friends.
Ground of detention: Unknown

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Description:
In the evening of 25 March 2021, Chen Yunfei was taking a walk with his mother in Chengdu City. They were approached by some people not in police uniform, saying that Chen was summoned to the police station for investigation and they took him away. Since then, he has lost contact with his family and friends.

When Chen’s mother got home that night, a group of people came to search their home and the same happened the next day, without giving her a reason. According to her observation, these “officers” looked and behaved like security guards or grassroots-level officers in the local community. It is believed that Chen is kept in custody as Ching Ming Festival (Tomb Sweeping Day, 4 April) is approaching and the authorities fear that he might do something to attract media attention.

Chen took part in the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests, graduated from China Agricultural University in the early 1990s and is a human rights defender in Sichuan Province. On the 18th anniversary of June 4th Massacre in 2007, he had published on the “Chengdu Evening News” an advertisement to pay “Tribute to the brave mothers of the 64 victims" and was taken away by the police from his home. He was then detained for six months under residential surveillance on suspicion of inciting subversion of state power.

On 25 March 2015, Chen Yunfei and more than 20 other people went to sweep the graves of Xiao Jie and Wu Guofeng, students who were killed in Tiananmen Massacre in 1989 in Xinjin County, Sichuan Province. On their way back, they were taken away by the police and after some 30 days, the police informed Chen that he was detained under criminal law and would be charged with “picking quarrels and provoking trouble and inciting subversion of state power". The procuratorate withdrew the charge of “inciting subversion of state power" later. On 31 March 2017, Chen Yunfei was sentenced to four years in prison for “picking quarrels and provoking trouble" by the Wuhou District People’s Court in Chengdu City. He was released from prison in March 2019.

In September 2019, Chen Yunfei was interviewed by foreign media. He commented that Hong Kong people’s non-violent and civil disobedience in resisting “the extradition bill" was admirable. He praised Hong Kong people for being a model of the mainland Chinese people, and criticized the Hong Kong police for brutally assaulting the students. After the broadcast, the state security officers in Chengdu City took him away, later released him on bail on 19 October 2019. On 31 May 2020, Chen Yunfei was again taken away from his home in Chengdu, for attending a video conference to commemorate the victims of the Tiananmen Massacre. He was only released after 4 June 2020.

For more information:
Chen Yunfei’s twitter account: https://twitter.com/chenyunfei8964
https://msguancha.com/a/lanmu4/2021/0327/20865.html
https://twitter.com/sinbad_W/status/1376169429017366529 
https://www.rfa.org/mandarin/yataibaodao/renquanfazhi/gf-06032020073549.html

Updated: 1 April 2021