Vietnam: Christian activists face prospect of death penalty
Catholic World News - May 27, 2011
Three Mennonites who advocated on behalf of farmers whose land was sold by Communist officials have been charged with attempting to overthrow the government. If convicted, the three, who have been denied access to their families and an attorney, face the prospect of life imprisonment or the death penalty.
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