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Trương Quốc Huy

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Trương Quốc Huy
Sóc Trăng Vietnam
🏳️ NationalityFlag of Vietnam.svg Vietnamese
Kumahuy masters of treatment Khổng Cộng Nho
💼 Occupation
Cyber-dissident Youtuber political prisoner
👴 👵 Parent(s)
  • Châu Thị Hoàng (mother) (mother)
👪 RelativesTrương Quốc Tuấn (brother)
FamilyTruong Quoc Huy had a Mother and brother they live in Garden Grove city, California, United States

Trương Quốc Huy (born in 1980) is a cyber-dissident and who is also a Youtuber have a channel name N10tv he is a Vietnamese, who has served a prison sentence of more than 5 years in Vietnam. He is a young man who fought for democracy and freedom in Vietnam, after a period of imprisonment, he tried to escape to Cambodia and Thailand; and on February 27, 2012, Mr. Truong Quoc Huy arrived in Thailand to apply for political asylum. And he has now been settled in the US as a political refugee. has now been settled in the US as a political refugee.

Truong Quoc Huy, who used to be a mobile phone technician back in Vietnam, the first time he was arrested was on October 19, 2005. That time he was arrested along with his friend Lisa Pham, who have an American nationality, and his brother Truong Quoc Tuan. All were detained for 9 months without prosecution after participating in online conversations about democracy on the website. Paltalk.com's website. Although he got out of jail, Truong Quoc Huy and his family continue to be under the strict control of local authorities and security agencies. On February 27, 2012, Mr. Truong Quoc Huy arrived in Thailand for political asylum.

He was arrested the first time on 16 April 2009 when he participates in discussion forums on the Internet in an internet café in Ho Chi Minh City. Since his arrest, his whereabouts remain unknown. He has reportedly been charged under Article 88 of the Criminal Code for "conducting propaganda against the Socialist Republic of VietNam" which carries a sentence of up to 20 years' imprisonment. Amnesty International believes that Truong Quoc Huy is a prisoner of conscience, detained solely for peacefully exercising his right to freedom of expression. Six weeks after his release last July, Mr. Huy was again arrested at an Internet cafe, and his family has not heard from him since.

Truong Quoc Huy arrested for a second time on August 18, 2006. At the January 29, 2008 trial, he was sentenced to 6 years in prison and 3 years on probation. He was released from prison on November 30, 2011.

According to Amnesty International,[1] he was accused of participating in an Internet discussion forum and in the activities of the Block 8406 movement (created on 8 April 2006) in favor of the democracy and calling for peaceful political change and respect for human rights in Vietnam.


Trương Quốc Huy has received the support of several non-governmental organizations, such as Reporters Without Borders,[2] who launched a petition for his release in 2006, or Amnesty International, who launched a "people in danger" campaign ` name = "actionAI"/>


According to Radio Free Asia,[3] Trương Quốc Huy was released shortly before December 2011. The Vietnamese government has made no press release.


<<Thanh niên tranh đấu Trương Quốc Huy được trả tự do>>[4]


  1. "Urgent action in favor of Trương Quốc Huy ", Petition from Amnesty International, 16 April 2009
  2. “Petition to the 'Ambassador of Vietnam', petition from Reporters Without Borders, 16 November 2006
  3. “Thanh niên tranh đấu Trương Quốc Huy được trả tự do” , article Script error: The function "in_lang" does not exist. from Radio Free Asia, 1 December 2011
  4. "Thanh niên tranh đấu Trương Quốc Huy được trả tự do". Radio Free Asia.
  5. "Document". www.amnesty.org.

See also[edit]

  • Blog
  • Cyber-dissident
  • Democracy
  • Nguyễn Tiến Trung

External links[edit]

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