Vietnamese police officially prosecute US student William Nguyen

On June 15th, the Ho Chi Minh City Police officially issued the decision to prosecute Vietnamese American citizen William Nguyen about the act of “disturbing public order.”

City police say on June 10, 32-year-old US youth “not only marched on the street but also took pictures, filmed the crowd gathering, down the aisle and posted on the page. Facebook and Twitter.

Newspaper of the police said that when the crowd moved to meet the fence of police and self-defense militia to stop on Nguyen Van Troi, Phu Nhuan district, William has the urge to call the line breaking people The fence continues to move toward the city center.

William’s “agitated, violent” action was monitored by police, photographed and offered to work on June 10.

According to the Labor Newspaper, Tan Son Nhat International Airport reported that the illegal gathering of people illegally on the morning of June 10 had “obstructed traffic jam at the airport, Tickets must go through a ticket exchange procedure “causing a loss of 110 million dong.”

Vietnamese media said at the police office, William “admitted that his conduct violated Vietnamese law.”

Van Nguyen, William Nguyen’s mother, said she and her family are very worried for William, knowing nothing about her son’s condition for not being contacted. Ms. Van said she felt very hurt to watch the video online, see the scene of bloodshed and take away.

Ms. Van said that William was a pure student, not a member of any political party, and was probably only present in the demonstration because of curiosity.

On June 14, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Le Thi Thu Hang said William Nguyen was detained for “disturbing public order.”

According to Article 318 of the Penal Code in 2015, the act of ‘disturbing public order’ shall be subject to a fine of between VND 5 million and VND 50 million or imprisonment of between two and seven years, depending on the level of detention. degrees.