- Colonel Lê Văn Tuất, assistant superintendent of the prison
- Cadre Nguyễn Văn Bộ, cadre I.D. 082686
– The cadres prohibited Nguyễn Hoàng Quốc Hùng from receiving from his family a copy of the application for the appeal of his own case.
– The cadres prohibited Nguyên Kha from sharing food with his fellow inmate Đặng Xuân Diệu. They obligated Nguyên Kha to submit an application for a permission to do so, and disciplined him with a “warning.”
– In the case of Trần Huỳnh Duy Thức, he was not allowed to send the letters No. 61A and D to his family, and his formal complaint about this was not allowed either. In letter 61A, Thức wrote about the Prime Minister’s letter on the accession to the TPP prior to the latter’s visit to the United States. Thức appealed to the Vietnamese people to support the Prime Minister’s positive point of view. Yet such a letter was not allowed to be sent. The cadres simply stated that they obeyed the command of their superiors, and neither explained the rationale nor provided the legal basis for such prohibition.
When Thuc called his family on the phone, the call was interrupted when human rights were mentioned. Cadre Nguyễn Văn Bộ, I.D. 082686, could not explain why he disallowed such a topic and which rule his action was based on.
– In the case of Trần Vũ Anh Bình and Nguyễn Hoàng Quốc Hùng, they were transferred to solitary confinement cells simply because they had protested against the installment of a camera in their cell. Such video surveillance was an intrusion on the privacy of their daily personal activities. Yet they were punished and held in solitary confinement because of their well-grounded protest against such intrusive move.
– Liêu Ly is a Khmer ethnic inmate from Sóc Trăng who was just transferred to Xuyên Mộc prison. He also faced arbitrary treatment and joined the others in this hunger strike.
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Huong Nguyen summarized and translated from Tran Huynh Duy Thuc’s father, Mr. Nguyen Van Huynh’s report
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