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Shortly after Chinese rights lawyer Pu Zhiqiang was detained on May 6 after attending a private seminar to remember victims of the Tiananmen crackdown, local rights groups and overseas NGOs began calling for the Chinese government to heed human rights laws and release Pu.
Now with Pu still in custody and his formal arrest on June 13 for the offences of “causing public disturbances” and “illegally obtaining citizens’ personal information”, more support is coming in.