Chang Weiping was taken away by police on October 22 after alleging in a video that he had been tortured when he was detained in January. Photo: Handout Chang Weiping was taken away by police on October 22 after alleging in a video that he had been tortured when he was detained in January. Photo: Handout
Chang Weiping was taken away by police on October 22 after alleging in a video that he had been tortured when he was detained in January. Photo: Handout

Father of detained Chinese human rights lawyer speaks out about ‘inhumane’ treatment

  • Chang Weiping has been kept under ‘residential surveillance’ at an unknown location for five weeks, accused of ‘inciting subversion of state power’
  • After a 10-minute meeting, his father said he looked fragile and weak, and that he told him it was ‘futile’ to raise awareness about his case

Topic |   Human rights in China
Chang Weiping was taken away by police on October 22 after alleging in a video that he had been tortured when he was detained in January. Photo: Handout Chang Weiping was taken away by police on October 22 after alleging in a video that he had been tortured when he was detained in January. Photo: Handout
Chang Weiping was taken away by police on October 22 after alleging in a video that he had been tortured when he was detained in January. Photo: Handout
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