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April 03, 2008 
Li Fangping, lawyer for well-known dissident Hu Jia, talks on the phone outside the Beijing Number One... 
Beijing, China 
Li Fangping, lawyer for well-known dissident Hu Jia, talks on the phone outside the Beijing Number One... 
Li Fangping, lawyer for well-known dissident Hu Jia, talks on the phone outside the Beijing Number One Intermediate People's Court April 3, 2008. Hu Jia was jailed for three-and-a-half years on Thursday, a sentence that is likely to draw more international criticism of the country's political controls ahead of the Beijing Olympics. The Beijing Number One Intermediate People's Court found human rights activist Hu Jia, 34, guilty of "inciting subversion of state power" for criticising the ruling Communist Party, his lawyers said. Hu had argued he was not guilty. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA) 
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