A Hanoi court sentenced 47-year-old Nguyen Lan Thang to six years in prison for “making, storing, disseminating or propagandizing information, documents, materials aimed at opposing the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.”
The court also sentenced Thang, who was arrested in July last year, to two years of probation after serving the prison sentence.
According to the indictment of the Hanoi People’s Procuracy, from June 13, 2018 to December 31, 2020, Thang, residing in Dong Da District, gave interviews for various websites and had 12 video clips posted on the internet with content aimed at opposing the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.
Among them, there were 11 items distorting the Communist Party of Vietnam’s orientations and policies, slandering the people’s administration; 8 items deemed engaging in psychological warfare, spreading false information, causing confusion among the people; and four types of contents distorting, slandering, and insulting the reputation of organizations and individuals, the indictment said.
In addition, it said, Thang also kept in his possession two books with contents distorting, slandering the people’s administration; 14 contents spreading false information, causing confusion among the people; 14 contents propagandizing psychological warfare; and 12 contents distorting, slandering, and insulting the reputation of organizations and individuals.
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