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    [1_8]. VIETNAM 05/25/2012 [criminal murderers communists of shit: I will send an angel, against you, to satiate my wrath!] Four Catholic activists, on trial for "propaganda against the state", are sentenced. by J. B. An Dang. The young people received sentences ranging from 18 to 42 months in prison, followed by a period of probation. Thousands of people attended the trial outside the court, brandishing slogans of protest. Families announce the appeal. Vietnamese bishops: the arbitrary application of the law results in aberrations. Hanoi (AsiaNews) - A Vietnamese court has sentenced four Catholic activists of Vinh, under Article 88 of the Penal Code for distributing "anti-government leaflets" and conducting "propaganda against the state" (see AsiaNews 24/05/2012 Vietnamese Catholic activists on trial for "propaganda against the state").
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    [ 2_8]. VIETNAM 05/25/2012 [criminal murderers communists of shit: I will send an angel, against you, to satiate my wrath!] The young people - college students or recent graduates - appeared yesterday before the judges of the province of Nghe An, in the north of the country. According to prosecutors, they were active in the Redemptorist News information network and volunteers of a Pro-Life movement, which is fighting for the protection of human life. Their claims of innocence during the trial and the protests of thousands of Christians activists camped outside the courthouse awaiting the verdict proved to no avail. Local witnesses reported that Duong Van Dau received a sentence of 42 months in prison, followed by 18 months' probation, Tran Huu Duc 39 months in prison and one year of probation; Chu Manh Son 36 months in prison and one year of probation, and finally Hoang Phong, sentenced to 18 months.
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    [ 3_8]. VIETNAM 05/25/2012 [criminal murderers communists of shit: I will send an angel, against you, to satiate my wrath!] In spite of months of preventive detention awaiting trial, the four activists have received support and solidarity from the Vietnamese Catholics, public opinion - which appreciates the work done for the benefit of society and the poor - and the international community. Thousands of faithful from Thai Ha and Hanoi camped outside the court, trying to gain access as per the authorities' promise of open proceedings in court. In fact, only close relatives were allowed to attend the hearing, the majority, including Fr. Anthony Nguyen Van Nien and Fr. Francis Xavier Hoang SI Huong, Cau Ram parish, were forced to remain outside reciting rosaries and brandishing placards reading "My brother is innocent" and "We protest against the arbitrary and illegal arrests of innocent people."
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    [ 4_8]. VIETNAM 05/25/2012 [criminal murderers communists of shit: I will send an angel, against you, to satiate my wrath!] The police finally decided to allow them entrance inside the outer courtyard of the court, because the protests staged outside were attracting the attention of passersby and onlookers. Immediately after the trial ended, the families of the condemned announced their intention to appeal, noting that the punishment is not comparable to the alleged "offense" committed. In recent days, the Justice and Peace Committee of the Vietnamese bishops' conference has also intervened in the court system of the country, stressing that "if the application of the law remains arbitrary and does not the rule of law closely" it ends up causing "many aberrations, which eventually push people beyond the limits ". The bishops denounced the "arbitrary arrests",
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    [ 5_8]. which violates both the Penal Code as well as the international conventions signed by Vietnam. 09/06/2012 VIETNAM [criminal murderers communists of shit: I will send an angel, against you, to satiate my wrath!] Diocese of Vinh to appeal judges: acquit three young innocent Catholics. The Commission for Justice and Peace demolish charges under which they were convicted and calls for a just trial "in accordance with international law." The three charged with "propaganda against the state". Catholic leaders: civil liberties guaranteed by the Constitution but are not recognized by the Criminal Code. Hanoi (AsiaNews) - The Commission for Justice and Peace of the Catholic Church of Vinh, in the north of Vietnam, is demanding that the appeal process against three young people is "consistent with international law."
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    [ 6_8]. 09/06/2012 VIETNAM [criminal murderers communists of shit: I will send an angel, against you, to satiate my wrath!] In a statement published on the website of the diocese, the Christian body picks apart the charges behind the sentence laid by judges at the preliminary ranging from 18 to 42 months in prison. The three young Catholics where found guilty of "propaganda against the State of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam" and distributing "anti-government leaflets," according to Articles 88 and 79 of the Criminal Code of the country. To date, only four out of 17 Christian activists, who were arrested by the police in June 2011, have undergone trial. The first hearing was held on 25 May in a people's court of the province of Nghe An (see AsiaNews 05/25/2012 Four Catholic activists, on trial for "propaganda against the state", are sentenced").
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    [ 7_8].  09/06/2012 VIETNAM [criminal murderers communists of shit: I will send an angel, against you, to satiate my wrath!] The judges issued a sentence of 42 months in prison, plus 18 months probation for Dau Van VIETNAM Four Catholic activists, on trial for "propaganda against the state", are sentenced - Asia NewsDuong, 39 months in prison and one year of probation for Tran Huu Duc; 36 months and one year of probation for Chu Manh Son, and finally Hoang Phong, was sentenced to 18 months. Three of them have appealed the sentence. In the statement released by the Justice and Peace Commission - launched by the diocese on the eve of the trial and published by Eglises d'Asie - the Catholics insist the Criminal Code article on which the charge is based is unconstitutional. The crime of propaganda against the state, in fact, is contrary to the constitutional principles relating to civil rights.
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    [8_8]. 09/06/2012 VIETNAM [criminal murderers communists of shit: I will send an angel, against you, to satiate my wrath!] The Commission also emphasizes the "non-compliance" of the articles of the Criminal Code in relation to international legislation. Finally, it rattles off numerous "procedural" errors that characterized the trial. For Catholic leaders, the first trial was a "parody " in which civil rights that are enshrined in the Constitution were violated: freedom of speech, press, assembly and information. None of these rights, they say, are included in the Civil Code of 2006. In this regard, young people are only expressing their personal opinions could - in theory - rely on the basic rights of the human person. They, concludes the statement of the diocese, are "good students" and come from "poor and hard-working" families.
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    Osama bin Laden? . he never said he had done: 11 September 2001, and even the U.S. has never charged for it! because everyone knows that they were been Satanists international and institutional: of Americans: as, also: Mossad CIA, Bush and the IMF
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    09/06/2012 PAKISTAN [all lies! CIA and Saudi Arabia: stabbed Pakistan: because Al Qaeda is their creation: for destroy my holy Islam and Christianity!!] Islamabad expels six foreign Save the Children aid workers. For the Pakistani government, they helped US spies find the hiding place of al Qaeda's founder, thus facilitating his killing. For the NGO, which denies any involvement with the US operation, the decision remains unmotivated. A doctor sentenced to 33 years in prison is thought to have had links with the charity. Islamabad (AsiaNews/Agencies) - Pakistan is expelling Save the Children's foreign staff, official sources announced today. The decision is apparently linked to Pakistani suspicion the aid agency helped US spies hunt down Osama bin Laden.
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    PAKISTAN [all lies! CIA and Saudi Arabia: stabbed Pakistan: because Al Qaeda is their creation: for destroy my holy Islam and Christianity!!] The Interior Ministry told the group that its six foreign employees had to be out of Pakistan within two weeks. It gave no reason for the decision, but it is likely connected to the US action that led to the al Qaeda leader's death. After the operation, Pakistan arrested a Pakistani doctor on suspicion that he worked for the CIA. A court eventually sentenced him to 33 years in prison. Ghulam Qadri, Save the Children's director for programme planning and communications, said he was not given any reason for the expulsion. The Interior Ministry also did issue any statement on the matter. The humanitarian group has worked in the Asian country for 30 years and has employed over the years at least 2,000 people.
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    PAKISTAN [all lies! CIA and Saudi Arabia: stabbed Pakistan: because Al Qaeda is their creation: for destroy my holy Islam and Christianity!!] A spokesperson in London told the BBC that the charity was seeking "clarification" from the Pakistani authorities in relation to the expulsions. He also said it was not yet clear if the agency could send replacement expatriate staff. An apparent link also exists between what happened to Save the Children's foreign staff and Dr Shakil Afridi's arrest and conviction for spying on behalf of the United States. The latter was convicted for running a fake vaccination programme under CIA cover to collect information that could lead to the capture of al Qaeda's leader and founder. Some media reports suggest the doctor was connected to Save the Children staff.
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    PAKISTAN [all lies! CIA and Saudi Arabia: stabbed Pakistan: because Al Qaeda is their creation: for destroy my holy Islam and Christianity!] The NGO said however that Dr Afridi was never paid for any work by the charity and had never run any of its vaccination programmes, although he did attend a seminar shortly before his arrest. Osama bin Laden died during an operation by US Special Forces on 2 May in Abbottabad (50 km north of the capital). The prince of terror who masterminded the 11 September 2001 attacks against the United States was found living in a fortified villa, not far from a Pakistani army training centre.
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    I AM ONLY, but the world is great! and all peoples must be redeemed from their imminent death(physical and spiritual) through me: in my jewish Temple, is because, I can not risk losing one only child anywhere in the world!
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    is GOOD for everyone! but not for me! I am a man who has been given totally, to the universal brotherhood
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    ok! to be honest? I had in the past many gifts, and charisma!! but then, as I read in the Bible that the glory of God is man fully alive (ie, the agnostic, the ordinary man) then I said to God: ok! I want to be a universal political! because, I want to become an example: easy, to can be imitate, for every person on the planet! -> Lol. more or less, things have gone just like that! lol.
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    Selfishness in moderation is GOOD! lol >;-)
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    @ CIA synnek1 -> I believe that investigate about me? can be very educational and informative! That's why, I wanted to be a man without secrets and without supernatural gifts! in fact, the greatest gift that God has given to man, is intelligence! now, when there is no selfishness? as is in me? intelligence can best express its full potential! --> io credo che investigare su di me? può essere molto educativo ed istruttivo! ecco perché, io ho voluto essere un uomo senza segreti, e senza doni soprannaturali! infatti, il più grande dono, che, Dio ha fatto all'uomo è l'intelligenza! ora, quando non c'è egoismo? come è in me? l'intelligenza può esprimere al meglio il suo potenziale!
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    then?
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    09/06/2012. BANGLADESH [at his accomplices: 666 IMF: King of Saudi Arabia (small Satan) said: "We must do die: all Muslims and we must do abolish Islam"] Almost 300 Christian children abducted and forcibly converted to Islam in Bangladesh. by Nozrul Islam Taken by intermediaries after they convince village families to pay for an education at pseudo hostels, the children are in fact brought to madrassas (Islamic schools) where imams force them to abjure Christianity. The latest case has a happy ending however when 11 children were able to escape from captivity. Dhaka (AsiaNews) - In Bangladesh, Christian children from Tripuri tribes have been taken away from their villages and forcibly converted to Islam. Local Catholic sources, who asked their names be withheld, told AsiaNews that almost 300 children have been taken to madrassas (Islamic schools).
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    @UniusRei3: I investigated you...
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    BANGLADESH [at his accomplices: 666 IMF: King of Saudi Arabia (small Satan) said: "We must do die: all Muslims and we must do abolish Islam"] The story is the same. So-called intermediaries, who are also ethnic Tripuri, visit poverty-stricken communities where they convince families to send their children to a mission hostel, charging between 6,000 and 15,000 taka (US$ 500 to 1,200) for school and board. After pocketing the money, the intermediaries sell the children to Islamic schools elsewhere in the country. The latest case involved 11 children, ten boys and a girl, from Thanchi, Ruma and Lama in the Chittagong Hill Tracts. Their story has a happy ending though. After six months of threats and violence, the children were able to escape thanks Hotline Human Rights Trust, a Dhaka-based civil rights organisation that defends minorities run by a Catholic woman, Rosaline Costa.
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    BANGLADESH [at his accomplices: 666 IMF: King of Saudi Arabia (small Satan) said: "We must do die: all Muslims and we must do abolish Islam"] Tripuri are one of the many tribal groups found in Bangladesh. Most are Christian, both Catholic and Protestants, especially in the Chittagong Hill Tracts, in south-eastern Bangladesh. Radical Muslims are engaged in a campaign against Christian missionaries whom they accuse of proselytising and forcibly converting others in order to create a Christian majority in the area so that it can be annexed to India. In the latest case, the first eight boys were taken in January and February and brought to the Darul Huda Islami School in Mia Para village (Gazipur). The girl was placed in a madrassa (whose name she could not tell) in Muhammadpur, Dhaka. The other two boys were brought to another Darul Huda Islami in Maddha Badda (Gulshan, Dhaka).
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    BANGLADESH [at his accomplices: 666 IMF: King of Saudi Arabia (small Satan) said: "We must do die: all Muslims and we must do abolish Islam"] Their days included Arabic lessons (8-12 AM), Qur'an reading (Nurani Shikkha, 2-5 PM) and five daily prayers. In their respective madrassas, the children found other tribal Christians, many even younger themselves. They also saw acts of physical violence when children missed prayers or refused to take part in a lesson. In fact, after she was rescued, the girl showed scars to the hand, where she was struck with a cane. In June, the desire to escape was kindled when imams announced that the boys would be circumcised, and that if they were ready to give their lives for Islam, they would be compensated with beheshta or heaven since no other religion could lead them there.
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    BANGLADESH [at his accomplices: 666 IMF: King of Saudi Arabia (small Satan) said: "We must do die: all Muslims and we must do abolish Islam"] Scared, the first eight boys asked a Hindu family that lived near the school for help. They told their stories, asking them to contact their parents. When the latter found out what had happened to their children, they contacted the Hotline Trust to save them. Four boys escaped on 4 July; the other four on 13 July. When the other two (somewhat older) boys found out about their escape, they too fled and contacted the Hotline Trust on their own. The girl's rescue was a bit more complicated. She was saved only after another girl escaped and told people in her village what had happened. The girl's parents then contacted the madrassa huju or teacher asking him to let her go. The latter said the father had to come and get her.
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    BANGLADESH [at his accomplices: 666 IMF: King of Saudi Arabia (small Satan) said: "We must do die: all Muslims and we must do abolish Islam"] At the school, the teacher tried to provoke the father, denigrating the Bible and accusing Christians of adultery and immorality. The father put up with the insults and eventually took his daughter home on 13 July.
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    @ my Jewish brothers -> you think to defend Israel through lies, strategy, or anything else of indecent? but this is idolatry! I defend Israel and all the nations of the world by means of justice and the power of truth and loyalty! you wanted a king biased, liar and murderess? ok! you have already Rothschild, then hold him, on you, but, that's for sure, you will not be able to build your lies also on the next Holocaust. @my fratelli ebrei --> voi credete di difendere Israele, attraverso, la menzogna, la strategia, o altro: di indecente? ma, questa è idolatria! Io difendo Israele: e tutte le nazioni del mondo; attraverso, la giustizia e la forza della verità: e la lealtà! Volevate un re fazioso, bugiardo ed assassino? ok! allora tenetevi Rothschild; ma, questo è sicuro, voi non riuscire a costruire le vostre bugie anche sulla prossima Shoah




25/05/2012 08:58
VIETNAM
Condannati i quattro attivisti cattolici, a processo per “propaganda contro lo Stato”
di J. B. An Dang
I giovani hanno ricevuto pene variabili da 18 a 42 mesi di carcere, cui seguirà un periodo di libertà vigilata. Migliaia di persone hanno seguito il dibattimento all’esterno del tribunale, brandendo slogan di protesta. Le famiglie annunciano il ricorso in appello. Vescovi vietnamiti: l’applicazione arbitraria della legge produce aberrazioni.


Hanoi (AsiaNews) - Un tribunale vietnamita ha condannato quattro attivisti cattolici di Vinh, comparsi ieri davanti ai giudici della provincia di Nghe An, nel nord del Paese; i giovani - studenti universitari o neolaureati - sono stati incriminati in base all'articolo 88 del Codice penale, per aver distribuito "volantini antigovernativi" e aver condotto "propaganda contro lo Stato". Secondo i magistrati, essi (cfr. AsiaNews 24/05/2012 Attivisti cattolici vietnamiti alla sbarra per "propaganda contro lo Stato") hanno collaborato in moto attivo alla rete di informazione Redemptorist News ed erano anche volontari del movimento Pro-Life, che si batte a tutela della vita umana. A nulla sono valsi i proclami di innocenza durante il dibattimento e le proteste di migliaia di attivisti cristiani, accampati all'esterno del palazzo di giustizia in attesa del verdetto.
Testimoni locali riferiscono che Dau Van Duong ha ricevuto una condanna a 42 mesi di carcere, cui seguiranno 18 mesi di libertà vigilata; Tran Huu Duc 39 mesi di carcere e un anno di libertà vigilata; Chu Manh Son 36 mesi di cella e un anno di libertà vigilata; infine Hoang Phong, condannato a 18 mesi.
A dispetto dei mesi di carcere preventivo in attesa di processo, i quattro attivisti hanno ricevuto sostegno e solidarietà dai cattolici vietnamiti, dall'opinione pubblica interna - che apprezza il lavoro svolto a favore della società e dei poveri - e della comunità internazionale. Migliaia di fedeli provenienti da Thai Ha e Hanoi si sono accampati all'esterno del tribunale, cercando di entrare in aula in base alla promessa delle autorità di un procedimento a porte aperte.
In realtà, solo i parenti stretti sono stati ammessi ad assistere al dibattimento; la maggioranza, fra cui p. Anthony Nguyen Van Nien e p. Francis Xavier  Hoang Si Huong, della parrocchia di Cau Ram, sono rimasti all'esterno recitando rosari e brandendo cartelli e slogan con scritto "Mio fratello è innocente" e "Noi protestiamo contro gli arresti arbitrari e illegali di persone innocenti".
La polizia ha infine deciso di consentire loro l'ingresso nel cortile del tribunale, perché le proteste inscenate all'esterno stavano attirando l'attenzione di passanti e curiosi. Subito dopo la fine del processo, le famiglie dei condannati hanno annunciato l'intenzione di ricorrere in appello, sottolineando che la punizione non è certo equiparabile alla presunta "colpa" commessa.
Nei giorni scorsi anche il Comitato giustizia e pace della Conferenza episcopale vietnamita è intervenuto sul sistema giudiziario del Paese, sottolineando che "l'applicazione della legge se non si attiene in modo stretto al diritto, ma resta arbitraria" finisce per causare "molte aberrazioni, finendo per spingere le persone oltre i limiti". I vescovi denunciano gli "arresti arbitrari", che violano tanto il codice penale quanto le convenzioni internazionali stipulate dal Vietnam.


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di J.B. Vu

05/25/2012 09:44
VIETNAM
Four Catholic activists, on trial for "propaganda against the state", are sentenced
by J. B. An Dang
The young people received sentences ranging from 18 to 42 months in prison, followed by a period of probation. Thousands of people attended the trial outside the court, brandishing slogans of protest. Families announce the appeal. Vietnamese bishops: the arbitrary application of the law results in aberrations.


Hanoi (AsiaNews) - A Vietnamese court has sentenced four Catholic activists of Vinh, under Article 88 of the Penal Code for distributing "anti-government leaflets" and conducting "propaganda against the state" (see AsiaNews 24/05/2012 Vietnamese Catholic activists on trial for "propaganda against the state"). The young people - college students or recent graduates - appeared yesterday before the judges of the province of Nghe An, in the north of the country.  According to prosecutors, they were active in the Redemptorist News information network and volunteers of a Pro-Life movement, which is fighting for the protection of human life. Their claims of innocence during the trial and the protests of thousands of Christians activists camped outside the courthouse awaiting the verdict proved to no avail.

Local witnesses reported that Duong Van Dau received a sentence of 42 months in prison, followed by 18 months' probation, Tran Huu Duc 39 months in prison and one year of probation; Chu Manh Son 36 months in prison and one year of probation, and finally Hoang Phong, sentenced to 18 months.

In spite of months of preventive detention awaiting trial, the four activists have received support and solidarity from the Vietnamese Catholics, public opinion - which appreciates the work done for the benefit of society and the poor - and the international community. Thousands of faithful from Thai Ha and Hanoi camped outside the court, trying to gain access as per the authorities' promise of open proceedings in court.

In fact, only close relatives were allowed to attend the hearing, the majority, including Fr. Anthony Nguyen Van Nien and Fr. Francis Xavier Hoang SI Huong, Cau Ram parish, were forced to remain outside reciting rosaries and brandishing placards reading "My brother is innocent" and "We protest against the arbitrary and illegal arrests of innocent people."

The police finally decided to allow them entrance inside the outer courtyard of the court, because the protests staged outside were attracting the attention of passersby and onlookers. Immediately after the trial ended, the families of the condemned announced their intention to appeal, noting that the punishment is not comparable to the alleged "offense" committed.

In recent days, the Justice and Peace Committee of the Vietnamese bishops' conference has also intervened in the court system of the country, stressing that "if the application of the law remains arbitrary and does not the rule of law closely" it ends up causing "many aberrations, which eventually push people beyond the limits ". The bishops denounced the "arbitrary arrests", which violates both the Penal Code as well as the international conventions signed by Vietnam.


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09/02/2011 VIETNAM
Hanoi, families of imprisoned Catholics appeal to religious leaders to pray for their release
by Paul N. Hung
01/21/2010 VIETNAM
Ho Chi Minh City, sentences dissidents accused of subversion to five to 16 years
12/29/2011 VIETNAM
Young Vinh Catholic kidnapped by police on Christmas Eve
01/20/2010 CHINA – HONG KONG
Arrested in Hong Kong, Tiananmen protest leader sentenced to nine years in a Chinese prison
11/23/2009 CHINA
Huang Qi sentenced to three years: he had helped the Sichuan earthquake victims


09/06/2012 15:24
VIETNAM
Diocese of Vinh to appeal judges: acquit three young innocent Catholics
The Commission for Justice and Peace demolish charges under which they were convicted and calls for a just trial "in accordance with international law." The three charged with "propaganda against the state". Catholic leaders: civil liberties guaranteed by the Constitution but are not recognized by the Criminal Code.


Hanoi (AsiaNews) - The Commission for Justice and Peace of the Catholic Church of Vinh, in the north of Vietnam, is demanding that the appeal process against three young people is "consistent with international law." In a statement published on the website of the diocese, the Christian body picks apart the charges behind the sentence laid by judges at the preliminary ranging from 18 to 42 months in prison. The three young Catholics where found guilty of "propaganda against the State of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam" and distributing "anti-government leaflets," according to Articles 88 and 79 of the Criminal Code of the country.

To date, only four out of 17 Christian activists, who were arrested by the police in June 2011, have undergone trial. The first hearing was held on 25 May in a people's court of the province of Nghe An (see AsiaNews 05/25/2012 Four Catholic activists, on trial for "propaganda against the state", are sentenced"). The judges issued a sentence of 42 months in prison, plus 18 months probation for Dau Van VIETNAM Four Catholic activists, on trial for "propaganda against the state", are sentenced - Asia NewsDuong, 39 months in prison and one year of probation for Tran Huu Duc; 36 months and one year of probation for Chu Manh Son, and finally Hoang Phong, was sentenced to 18 months. Three of them have appealed the sentence.

In the statement released by the Justice and Peace Commission - launched by the diocese on the eve of the trial and published by Eglises d'Asie - the Catholics insist the Criminal Code article on which the charge is based is unconstitutional. The crime of propaganda against the state, in fact, is contrary to the constitutional principles relating to civil rights. The Commission also emphasizes the "non-compliance" of the articles of the Criminal Code in relation to international legislation. Finally, it rattles off numerous "procedural" errors that characterized the trial.

For Catholic leaders, the first trial was a "parody " in which civil rights that are enshrined in the Constitution were violated: freedom of speech, press, assembly and information. None of these rights, they say, are included in the Civil Code of 2006. In this regard, young people are only expressing their personal opinions could - in theory -  rely on the basic rights of the human person. They, concludes the statement of the diocese, are "good students" and come from "poor and hard-working" families.



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09/08/2009 VIETNAM
Catholics freed from prison. The Bishop of Vinh seeks solidarity
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06/01/2010 VIETNAM
The new bishop of Vinh arrives under the sign of continuity
07/31/2009 VIETNAM
Vietnam government under pressure for press campaign and violence against priests
by Emily Nguyen
10/08/2010 VIETNAM
Vietnamese church launches first ever Justice and Peace Commission
by J.B. An Dang
10/14/2008 VIETNAM
Authorities in Hue trying to seize land where a small country church stands
by J.B. An Dang

06/09/2012 11:40
VIETNAM
Diocesi di Vinh ai giudici: in appello, prosciogliere tre giovani cattolici innocenti
La Commissione di Giustizia e Pace smonta i capi di accusa in base ai quali sono stati condannati in primo grado. E chiede un processo giusto e “conforme al diritto internazionale”. I tre alla sbarra per “propaganda contro lo Stato”. Per i leader cattolici sono in gioco libertà civili garantite dalla Costituzione ma non riconosciute dal Codice penale.


Hanoi (AsiaNews) - La Commissione di Giustizia e Pace della Chiesa cattolica di Vinh, nel nord del Vietnam, chiede che il processo di appello a carico di tre giovani sia "conforme al diritto internazionale". In un comunicato pubblicato sul sito internet della diocesi, l'ente cristiano smonta al contempo i capi di imputazione in base ai quali i giudici hanno emesso la sentenza di primo grado, in cui hanno ricevuto pene variabili da 18 a 42 mesi di prigione. Essi sono finiti alla sbarra con l'accusa di "propaganda contro lo Stato della Repubblica socialista del Vietnam" e per aver distribuito "volantini antigovernativi", secondo gli articoli 88 e 79 del Codice penale del Paese.
Ad oggi solo quattro su 17 attivisti cristiani, arrestati dalla polizia dal giugno 2011, hanno subito un processo. Il primo grado si è tenuto il 25 maggio scorso in un tribunale popolare della provincia di Nghe An (cfr. AsiaNews 25/05/2012 Condannati i quattro attivisti cattolici, a processo per "propaganda contro lo Stato"). I giudici hanno emesso una condanna a 42 mesi di carcere, più 18 mesi di libertà vigilata per Dau Van Duong; a Tran Huu Duc 39 mesi di carcere e un anno di libertà vigilata; a Chu Manh Son 36 mesi di cella e un anno di libertà vigilata; infine Hoang Phong, è stato condannato a 18 mesi. Tre di loro hanno voluto ricorrere in appello.
Nel comunicato diffuso da Giustizia e Pace - lanciato dalla diocesi alla vigilia del processo e rilanciato da Eglises d'Asie - i cattolici insistono sul carattere incostituzionale dell'articolo del Codice penale sul quale si basa l'accusa. Il crimine di propaganda contro lo Stato, infatti, è contrario ai principi costituzionali inerenti i diritti civili. La Commissione sottolinea inoltre la "non conformità" degli articoli del Codice penale rispetto alla legislazione internazionale in materia. Infine, snocciola i grossolani e numerosi errori "di procedura" che hanno caratterizzato l'istruzione e lo svolgimento del processo.
Per i leader cattolici, il primo grado ha rappresentato la "parodia di un processo" durante il quale sono stati violati i diritti civili sanciti dalla Costituzione: libertà di espressione, di stampa, informazione e riunione. Nessuno di questi diritti, spiegano, è stato inserito nel Codice civile del 2006. Al riguardo, i giovani avrebbero solo espresso opinioni personali potendo - in teoria - contare sui diritti basilari della persona umana. Essi, conclude il comunicato della diocesi, sono "buoni studenti" e provengono da famiglie "povere e laboriose".



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