‘Emaciated, unrecognisable’: China releases human rights lawyer from custody

New article from your news rule in Inoreader ‘Emaciated, unrecognisable’: China releases human rights lawyer from custody Via Network Front | The Guardian by Tom Phillips in Beijing Li Heping was held in secret for two years and deprived of all contact with his family but is now back home

The last time Terry Halliday saw Li Heping, just a few days before he was snatched by police in the summer of 2015, he remembers sitting down to lunch with a stimulating, thoughtful and physically fit man.

“Slim, yes, but not emaciated. A man clearly in his 40s … A man who was fully present,” the American Bar Foundation scholar recalled.
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