A woman walks past a Global Times editorial blasting the human rights laws as illegal activists and calling US condemnation of their arrest ''uncomfortable but inconsequential''. Photo: AP A woman walks past a Global Times editorial blasting the human rights laws as illegal activists and calling US condemnation of their arrest ''uncomfortable but inconsequential''. Photo: AP
A woman walks past a Global Times editorial blasting the human rights laws as illegal activists and calling US condemnation of their arrest ''uncomfortable but inconsequential''. Photo: AP

Published ‘confessions’ stoke fair trial fears for lawyers held in Chinese crackdown

Publication of admissions from detainees swept up in an unprecedented mainland crackdown raises worries about their hopes for a fair trial

Topic |   Human rights in China
A woman walks past a Global Times editorial blasting the human rights laws as illegal activists and calling US condemnation of their arrest ''uncomfortable but inconsequential''. Photo: AP A woman walks past a Global Times editorial blasting the human rights laws as illegal activists and calling US condemnation of their arrest ''uncomfortable but inconsequential''. Photo: AP
A woman walks past a Global Times editorial blasting the human rights laws as illegal activists and calling US condemnation of their arrest ''uncomfortable but inconsequential''. Photo: AP
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