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Mother Says Her Son Was Detained For Online Dissent Against Gov’t

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Just hope you don't end up with this is America. The Vietnamese people feel the boot!

The mother of a 23-year-old Vietnamese man says the police detained her son some time last week because he posted anti-government material on the internet, according to a Reuters report published Friday.

Authorities are reportedly accusing Tran Hoang Phuc of stockpiling content that objects to the government and disseminating the material through the internet.

The ruling Communist Party has been assertive with their enforcement of strict censorship over the media and everyday citizens. Phuc’s arrest is just one of several such incidences in recent months, as the country continues its crackdown on dissent.

http://dailycaller.com/2017/07/07/mother-says-her-son-was-detained-for-online-dissent-against-govt/

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Well that's why we didn't have much of a problem killing them. Won't again either if they think they are N korea.

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5 minutes ago, Curenado said:

Well that's why we didn't have much of a problem killing them. Won't again either if they think they are N korea.

Think about it though. It's the government to blame. Not the people! Same as with everywhere. However some could say people are to blame for allowing it to continue!

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