Liu Xiaobo wasn’t China’s only prisoner of conscience

Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and human rights advocate Liu Xiaobo died in state custody when denied necessary medical treatment. The Chinese regime blatantly ignored international appeals for Liu, so what fate awaits countless less well-known prisoners of conscience? Since 2015, there has been an unprecedented crackdown on human rights lawyers, activists, their relatives and colleagues. Liu’s tragic demise highlights the ongoing human rights crisis in China.