“Nailhouse Blogger” Detained & Interrogated, Web Crackdown On “Ant Farmer” Story Continues… – Rebecca MacKinnon

From RConversation:

Zhou Shuguang, aka “Zola,” reports that he is home safe in Changsha after being detained in Shenyang, interrogated, made to write detailed reports on everybody he met and everything since arriving in Shenyang to blog about the Yilishen “ant-farmer” protests, had his ID and money confiscated, punched around the head and neck a little when he objected to being forced to return by air (and pay for his own ticket) rather than travel by train, and then escorted by two state security police on the plane back to Changsha. He has been told not to go far, that they hope he will focus on his vegetable-selling business, and to report to the local police if he needs to go anywhere. [Full Text]


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