Hu Jia released yesterday after 24-hour sleepless detention


According to Hong Kong’s Ming Pao, Hu Jia, a well-known dissident who helped Chen Guangcheng escape was released by the police on 6:00 pm yesterday after 24-hour of sleepless detention. He said that he was interrogated for 8 hours, but refused to reveal any information about those who helped Chen escape and that the police could not charge him as Chen is after all a free man in law.

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