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(BBC) A small but growing number of people have been arrested by authorities across China for expressing support for the Hong Kong Freedom Movement.
Twelve police officers knocked on Ding Weibing’s door at midnight–they had come to detain him for his role in organizing artists last week. Mr Ding had planned on reading poetry and displaying posters in support of events in Hong Kong.
“I was very scared, it was midnights and there were so many police at my door,” Chen Meiling told the BBC
“They were very loud and rude, they scolded my husband and forced him to squat on the floor as they were questioning him.”
Police ordered the couple to turn off their mobile phones, confiscated their computer and camera memory card before taking Mr Ding away.
“I felt like we had been invaded,” added Chen Meiling, my husband is a decent man who pursued justice. He didn’t do anything wrong.”
The BBC has confirmed the names of at least 7 to 12 people that have been arrested and detained in Beijing–at least one Wang Zang, has been charged with ‘picking quarrels and provoking trouble.’
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