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Herzog's Days 赫索格的日子
 
He Yang 何楊

In 2010, a freedom of expression case known as "The Three Netizens" caused a civil movement storm in mainland China.

In Minqing County, Fujian Province, a girl was raped to death. The police said that it was a natural death. However, based on various signs, her mother believes that the girl died after she was gang raped. Three netizens, You Jingyou, Fan Yanqiong and Wu Huaying, wrote articles and recorded videos for the girl's mother and made them public on the internet. Because of this, the police convicted the three and sentenced them to between one and two years in prison.

This event caused great indignation among the netizens. People came from across the country to the Mawei Court in Fujian Province to show their solidarity with the three, thus opening a new chapter in the history China's civil rights movement.

2010 年,中國大陸,一起被稱為「三網友」案的言論自由案件引起了一場公民運動風暴。

福建閩清發生了一起少女暴死案件,警方鑒定為自然死亡,而少女的母親根據種種跡象認為是被輪姦致死,遊精佑、范燕瓊、吳華英為其寫文章、錄製視頻公佈於網路。法院據此以誹謗罪判處三人一至兩年徒刑。

此事件激起了網民的極大憤慨,人們從全國各地趕到福州馬尾法院聲援。公民維權運動也由此掀開了新的篇章。

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