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7 Aug 2016

China: Human rights lawyer Wang Yu released from detention after suspectedly coerced videotaped confession

"A prominent lawyer [Wang Yu, who handled land rights, forced eviction and anti-discrimination cases] jailed as part of a crackdown on human rights lawyers in China has been released from detention, according to news reports on Monday, even as her colleagues suggested that a videotaped confession she had offered had probably been coerced…In a televised confession…Ms. Wang...delivered a scathing rebuke of her profession, accusing colleagues of pursuing wealth and fame and suggesting that foreign activists were conspiring to smear the Chinese government…"