Two Christians Raising Voice For Church Property Sent To Prison Over Disrupting Public Order Charges

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Chinese Christians charged disrupting public order
Chinese Christians charged disrupting public order

Two Christian detainees from Nanle County Christian Church, Henan Province, detained in November 2013 after a group of church members attempted to petition a higher authority about a land dispute involving the church, have been pronounced guilty of “gathering a crowd to disrupt public order”.

On 9 September two Chinese Christians Zhang Cuijuan was sentenced to one and a half years in prison, while Zhao Junling was sentenced to one year in prison over charges of gathering a crowd to disrupt public order.