Chinese police detained two prominent human rights lawyers this week, the latest arrests in a growing crackdown on dissent that has targeted rights activists and journalists. Tang Jingling, a prominent Guangzhou-based lawyer known for his work in cases involving land grabs, counterfeit vaccinations and petitioners protesting corruption, was arrested on Friday afternoon, his lawyer Liu Zhengqing said. Tang was accused of “starting quarrels and provoking disputes,” Liu said on Friday evening. Police had searched Tang’s home and taken away computers, cell phones and other electronics, according to a police document Liu showed Reuters.
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