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Guo Feixiong and Sun Desheng Indictment

June 19, 2014

The indictment charges Guo and Sun with “gathering crowds to disrupt order in public places,” in connection with Guo’s alleged role in organizing street actions in January 2013 outside the gate of the Guangzhou-based publication Southern Weekly to support its staff’s protest against editorial interference by the Communist Party, and Guo and Sun’s alleged role in planning “raising signs in the street” in eight cities in 2013, including Wuhan, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen calling for asset transparency.

A long-time activist, Guo previously served a five-year prison sentence on charges of “illegal business activity” (非法经营) in connection with his 2001 publication of Shenyang Political Earthquake (沈阳政坛地震), a book he edited about a political scandal in Shenyang, Liaoning province. He was released in September 2011.

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See English translation of the indictment by China Change.




被告人杨茂东(别名郭飞雄),男,1966年8月2日出生,身份证号码42012196608026318, 汉族,文化程度大学,户籍所在地为湖北省武汉市汉阳区新江大路8号。2007年11月14日因犯非法经营罪被广州市天河区人民法院判处出有期徒刑五年,2011年9月13日刑满释放。2013年8月9日因涉嫌聚众扰乱公共场所秩序罪被广州市公安局天河区分局刑事拘留。2013年9月11日经本院批准逮捕,同年9月12日被广州市公安局天河区分局逮捕。

被告人孙德胜(别名孙思火),男,1981年12月4日出生,身份证号码421126198112046017, 汉族,文化程度小学,户籍所在地为湖北省黄冈市蕲春县青石镇桔子林村十二组。2013年2月24日因非法游行集会被广州市公安局越秀区分局行政拘留十五日。2013年8月13日因日因涉嫌聚众扰乱公共场所秩序罪被广州市公安局天河区分局刑事拘留。2013年9月11日被广州市公安局天河区分局指定居所监视居住。2013年10月16日经本院批准逮捕,同日被广州市公安局天河区分局逮捕。






  1. 笔记本电脑等物证;
  2. 现场照片等书证;
  3. 证人吴杨伟等人的证言;
  4. 被告人杨茂东、孙德胜及同案人袁兵、袁小华等人的供述与辩解;
  5. 勘验、检查记录和辨认笔录;
  6. 视听资料。



检察员: 杨帆


  1. 被告人杨茂东、孙德胜现被羁押于广州市天河区看守所。
  2. 诉讼文书卷、证据卷、补充侦查卷共十三册,光盘八张。

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