Monday, February 12, 2024

Li Qiaochu Jailed for Inciting Subversion for Helping Xu Zhiyong Post His Articles (Full Judgment and Translation)

On February 16, 2020, police placed Li Qiaochu (李翘楚) under residential surveillance at a designated residence in Beijing. On March 19, 2022 former Beijing-based civil rights lawyer Wang Yu (王宇) posted the following on her Twitter account:

Li Qiao has been indicted!

A kind young woman, because she was "deeply influenced by her lover's thoughts," "set up a personal website for him" and "uploaded her lover's articles" – can this serve as the basis for a conviction? Let alone for the crime of inciting subversion of state power!

This is naked conviction for  thoughts and words!

I'm speechless!

I just want to ask the prosecutors: Where are your professional ethics as persons of the law?

李翘楚被起诉!

一个善良的女孩,因为“深受恋人的思想的影响”“为他搭建了个人网站”“上传了他恋人的文章”——这能定罪吗?更别说是什么煽动颠覆国家政权罪!

这就是赤裸裸的以思想和言论定罪!

我已经无语了!

我就想问问检察官:你们的法律人的职业操守都哪里去了!


Source: https://twitter.com/wangyulawyer/status/1504986213933264898

On February 4, 2024, a court in Linyi, Shandong sentenced Li Qiaochu to three years and eight months imprisonment for inciting subversion. Her offense was assisting civil rights lawyer Xu Zhiyong establish a Wordpress blog and post essays to the blog. 

Xu Zhiyong (许志永) is a PRC civil rights lawyer who co-founded the New Citizens' Movement (中国新公民运动) along with fellow civil rights lawyer Ding Jiaxi (丁家喜). Xu and Ding have been the target of government prosecutions for over a decade, and the government's attempts to silence him have been covered extensively by this blog: http://blog.feichangdao.com/2022/03/xu-zhiyongs-li-qiaochu-indictment.html

On February 15, 2020, Beijing Public Security Bureau authorities took Xu into criminal detention on suspicion of inciting subversion of state power. On August 5, 2021, Xu was indicted for committing the crime of subverting state power. According the indictment:

In September 2017, defendant Xu Zhiyong directed his girlfriend Li Qiaochu (dealt with in a separate case) to establish a personal blog for Xu Zhiyong and arranged for Li to disseminate a large quantity of Xu Zhiyong’s inciting articles that advocated subversion of state power.

2019年9月,被告人许志永指使其女友李翘楚(另案处理)搭建许志永个人博客,并安排李翘楚在该博客上传播许志永撰写的大量煽动性文章,宣扬颠覆国家政权思想。

On April 10, PRC courts sentenced Xu Zhiyong to 14 years and Ding Jiaxi to 12 years in prison. The PRC government failed to comply with its own law requiring their judgments to be made public and according to Ding Jiaxi's spouse it also refused to provide Ding's family a copy of the judgment (see https://twitter.com/luoshch/status/1682289671882125312).  

Ding Jiaxi's indictment is translated here: http://blog.feichangdao.com/2023/08/translation-ding-jiaxi-2021-subversion.html.

Ding Jiaxi's statement to the court is translated here: https://blog.feichangdao.com/2023/04/translation-civil-rights-lawyer-ding.html.

Xu Zhiyong's statement to the court is translated here: http://blog.feichangdao.com/2023/04/translation-civil-rights-lawyer-xu.html.


Criminal Judgment
Intermediate People's Court of Linyi, Shandong
(2022) Lu 13 Criminal First Instance No. 10

The public prosecution agency People's Procuratorate of Linyi, Shandong.

 Defendant Li Qiaochu, female, Han ethnicity, born [INTENTIONALLY OMITTED], 1991 in Yining, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, graduate student education, unemployed, household registration [INTENTIONALLY OMITTED], Haidian District, Beijing. On February 16, 2020, she was placed under residential surveillance at a designated residence by the Public Security Bureau of Haidian on suspicion of committing the crime of inciting subversion of state power, and on June 19 of the same year was released on bail pending trial. On January 18, 2021, this case was transferred to the Public Security Bureau of Linyi for processing in accordance with the law. On February 6 of the same year, she was taken into criminal detention, and her arrest was approved on March 14 of the same year. She is currently being held in detention at the Linyi Detention Center. 

Defense counsel was Ding Xikui, a lawyer at the Beijing Weitai Law Firm. 

The People's Procuratorate of Linyi filed a public prosecution with this Court on February 28, 2022, and in the Lin Procuratorate First Criminal Indictment (2022) No. Z1 charged  defendant Li Qiaochu with committing the crime of inciting subversion of state power. In accordance with the Supreme People's Court's decision to designate jurisdiction, a case was opened on March 7 of the same year, and a collegial panel was formed in accordance with the law. A pre-hearing meeting was held on December 5, 2023. Because the case involved state secrets, on December 19, 2023 this Court convened closed hearings to try the case. The People's Procuratorate of Linyi appointed Procurators Tan Changzhi, Li Tao, and Lu Xiaowei to appear in court in support of the public prosecution. Defendant Li Qiaochu and her defense counsel Ding Xikui appeared in court to participate in the proceedings. With the approval of the High People's Court of Shandong and the Supreme People's Court, the trial period was extended in accordance with the law. After review by the collegial panel and as reported to this Court's adjudicative committee for discussion and decision, the trial has now been concluded.

The People's Procuratorate of Linyi charged that defendant Li Qiaochu and Xu Zhiyong (handled in another case) were in a relationship, and she was deeply influenced by Xu Zhiyong's ideas. In September 2019, Li Qiaochu, under the instruction of Xu Zhiyong, set up a personal blog for Xu Zhiyong, and uploaded a large number of articles that subverted state power written by Xu Zhiyong to advocate Xu Zhiyong’s ideas.

In response to the aforementioned charge, the public prosecution agency read out and presented in court physical evidence, documentary evidence, witness testimony, forensic opinions, crime scene investigation, inspection, and identification transcripts, and defense statements and justifications. The public prosecution agency alleged that defendant Li Qiaochu incited subversion of state power and the  overthrow of the socialist order, and her actions constituted the commission of an offense under Article 5(2) of the "Criminal Law of the People's Republic of China" and she should bear criminal liability for the crime of inciting subversion of state power, and it requested this Court impose punishment in accordance with the law.

Defendant Li Qiaochu argued in court: Her statements during the period of residential surveillance at a designated location were illegal evidence and could not be used as a basis for finalizing the case. Her views on the Xu Zhiyong article were unclear and she had no subjective intent to incite subversion of state power. The only evidence that her actions constituted the commission of a crime was a personal statement, which is uncorroborated evidence.

The defense counsel put forward the following defense opinions: There were problems with the proceedings in this case and it should have been heard in public; Li Qiaochu’s statements during the period of residential surveillance at a designated location were illegal evidence and could not be used as a basis for making a case. Li Qiaochu did not have any subjective intent to commit a crime. There is insufficient evidence to determine that Li Qiaochu committed a crime.

It was ascertained at trial that: Defendant Li Qiaochu and Xu Zhiyong (who has already been found guilty of subversion of state power sentenced) were lovers. In September 2019, under the instruction of Xu Zhiyong, defendant Li Qiaochu set up a personal blog for Xu Zhiyong, uploaded an article inciting subversion of state power written by Xu Zhiyong and advocating Xu Zhiyong’s claims.

The aforementioned facts have been confirmed by the following evidence presented and examined in court and affirmed by this Court during the trial:

1. Witness Testimony

(1) The testimony of witness Zhang Zhongshun proved: Xu Zhiyong wrote articles  about "non-violence" and advocated the use of "non-violence" to subvert state power. I have read these articles written by Xu Zhiyong. Xu Zhiyong and members of his organization also make extensive use of foreign social media to spread Xu Zhiyong’s political views.

(2) The testimony of Xu Zhiyong proved: My blog was registered in my name in 2019, and I used this blog to publish articles. It is not convenient for me to say who registered it. Some of the articles were published with my consent. I sent the articles to a volunteer via email and they posted it on the blog for me. I do not wish to say who the volunteer was.

2. Identification Transcripts

(1) Xu Zhiyong undertook identification of the articles he wrote, and identified the articles he wrote and asked the volunteer to publish on his blog.

(2) Defendant Li Qiaochu undertook identification of the articles written by Xu Zhiyong, and identified  that 273 of them were posted on the blog website for Xu Zhiyong with her help.

3. Documentary Evidence

Email information proved: The content of the email Li Qiaochu sent to Hua Ze's mailbox on December 30, 2019 was: "I will send you some information that may be useful in the future for backup." "I used the Wordpress website with Xu Zhiyong to sort out his past articles and some important events. Last night he sent a message asking me to update the newly completed articles on the website."

4. Physical Evidence, Search and Investigation Records, Forensic Opinions

(1) On December 31, 2019, investigation personnel searched Xu Zhiyong’s residence and seized an black HP laptop, golden iPhone and other items used by Li Qiaochu. Based on forensics, traces were found that the computer had downloaded and saved a series of articles by Xu Zhiyong. The browser had saved the back-end editing URL of Xu Zhiyong's blog.

(2) On February 16, 2020, investigation personnel searched Li Qiaochu’s temporary residence and seize a silver HP laptop, USB flash drive and other items used by Li Qiaochu. Based on forensics, traces were found that the computer had downloaded and saved Xu Zhiyong's articles. On the USB flash drive there were tutorial videos for using WordPress.

5. Crime Scene Investigation, Investigation Records, and Remote Crime Scene Investigation  Transcripts proved: A search of Xu Zhiyong’s blog website found articles about "non-violence” and their dissemination through the "Chinese Citizen Movement Network." A crime scene investigation search conducted of Xu Zhiyong’s Twitter confirm the page layout of Twitter, the posting of the articles and the circumstances of their spread on the Internet. The crime scene investigation confirmed the circumstances of the reposting of Xu Zhiyong’s Twitter content and articles and network spread on Li Qiaochu’s Twitter.

6. Miscellaneous Evidence

(1) The Case Registration Form, Decision to Open a Case, Jurisdiction Designation Decision, Detention Warrant, Residential Surveillance Decision, Arrest Warrant and other proofs: The circumstances of defendant Li Qiaochu being suspected of committing a crime, the opening of a case investigation, the taking of compulsory measures, and the designation of jurisdiction. 

(2)The process of how the defendant came into police custody proved: The circumstances of how Li Qiaochu came into police custody.

 (3) The Criminal Judgment and Ruling Certificate: The circumstances of Xu Zhiyong being sentenced for committing the crime of subversion of state power.

(4) Li Qiaochu’s household registration information certificate: Li Qiaochu was born on January 13, 1991. Her native place is Yining City, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Her registered place of residence is Room 317, Building 3, No. 12, Yard B, Zhongguancun South Street, Haidian District, Beijing.

7. Defendant's Statement and Justifications

Defendant Li Qiaochu's Statement: I met Xu Zhiyong at a friend's dinner in 2017. We established a relationship in June 2019 and started living together in early August 2019. I have read some of his articles.I have a certain understanding of what he advocates, and I believe that what Xu Zhiyong advocates has political purposes. Because I had feelings for him, I wanted to help him and post his articles on a website to satisfy his desire for other people to know who he was. In September 2019, Xu Zhiyong proposed creating a personal website, so I created a personal blog for him and contacted Hua Ze to change the URL. Xu Zhiyong had previously handed over the website to Hua Ze to manage because Xu Zhiyong originally wanted his foreign friends to help him publish articles. However, after Hua Ze took over Xu Zhiyong's personal blog website, he did not do much in the way of management. I was authorized by Xu Zhiyong to update most of the articles on this website. I created the website in September 2019, and posted all of Xu Zhiyong's previous articles to the website in November of the same year. After I updated Xu Zhiyong's articles, I sent the URL and username of his personal blog website to Hua Ze. I posted a total of 273 articles on Xu Zhiyong's personal blog website, and these articles have been individually signed and confirmed.

With respect to the justifications and defense opinions put forth by defendant Li Qiaochu and her defense counsel, and based on the facts and evidence in this case, this Court's judgment is as follows:

1. Regarding the defense opinions on the procedural issues proffered by defense counsel in this case. An investigation found that this Court heard in this case based on the Supreme People’s Court’s decision to designate jurisdiction, and the trial procedures were legal. In accordance with relevant confidentiality laws and regulations, municipal public security agencies can determine the classification of secret state secrets. The Public Security Bureau of Linyi determined that relevant evidence materials such as verbal evidence and electronic data in this case were classified as secret state secrets. In accordance with Article 188 of the "Criminal Procedure Law People's Republic of China" cases related to state secrets are not heard in public, so the hearings at trial in this case were not open, which was in compliance with the law. The relevant defense opinions of the defense counsel cannot be established and are not accepted by this Court.

2. Regarding the statements and justifications proffered by defendant Li Qiaochu and her defense counsel that the statements by Li Qiaochu while she was under residential surveillance at a designated location were illegal evidence and cannot be used for reaching a determination in this case. An investigation found that in this case, the evidence based on which the case was finalized was obtained by the investigating agency in accordance with the law. There are no clues or materials indicating that there was illegal evidence collection in this case. The evidence is mutually corroborating, is legal and valid, and can be used as the basis for a determination in this case. The relevant justifications and defense opinions of Li Qiaochu and her defense counsel cannot be established and are not accepted by this Court.

3. Regarding the relevant justifications and defense opinions proffered by defendant Li Qiaochu and her defense counsel that there is insufficient evidence to conclude that Li Qiaochu committed a crime, and that Li Qiaochu's actions did not constitute the commission of the crime of inciting subversion of state power. An investigation found that according to Li Qiaochu’s statements, the witness testimony of  Xu Zhiyong and Zhang Zhongshun, crime scene investigations, investigation records, forensic opinions, and other relevant evidence, Li Qiaochu established a romantic relationship with Xu Zhiyong and lived with him. It can be seen that even though she clearly knew the content and nature of Xu Zhiyong's advocacy and related articles, she nevertheless built a personal website for him, published articles, and helped spread and disseminate his advocacy of subversion of state power. Her actions met the requirements for committing the crime of inciting subversion of state power. The relevant justifications and defense opinions of Li Qiaochu and his defense counsel cannot be established and are not accepted by this Court.

This Court finds that defendant Li Qiaochu built a personal blog for Xu Zhiyong and helped him upload articles that subverted state power. Her actions constituted the commission of the crime of inciting subversion of state power. With respects to the public prosecution agency's charge that Li Qiaochu committed the crime of inciting subversion of state power, the facts are clear, the evidence is reliable and copious, and the charged offense is establish. Based on the facts, nature, circumstances, and degree of harm to society of Li Qiaochu's crime, in accordance with Article 100 of the "Criminal Law of the People's Republic of China" the judgment is as follows:

1. Defendant Li Qiaochu committed the crime of inciting subversion of state power, and is sentenced to a fixed term imprisonment of three years and eight months and deprivation of political rights of two years. (The prison term is to be calculated starting on the day the judgment is executed, and each day in custody prior to the execution of the judgment shall count as one day of the prison term, and every two days at the designated residence for residential confinement at a designated location shall count as one day of the prison term, that is from February 6, 2021 to August 3, 2024.)

2. Defendant Li Qiaochu's computers, mobile phones, USB flash drives and other items of property seized by the public security agency were all materials used for her crimes and shall be confiscated in accordance with the law.

If any party does not accept this judgment, they may within 10 days after the second day after receiving this written judgment bring an appeal through this Court or directly to the High People's Court of Shandong. A written appeal should be submitted with one original and two copies of the appeal brief.

Chief Adjudicator    Wu Qinglin
Adjudicator        Li Dianji
Adjudicator        Wu Honglin

February 4, 2024

Clerk            Zhang Kun
Clerk            Zhang Ning
 

山东省临沂市中级人民法院

刑事判决书
(2022)鲁13刑初10号


公诉机关山东省临沂市人民检察院。

被告人李翘楚,女,汉族,1991年1月13日出生于新疆维吾尔自治区伊宁市,研究生文化,无业,户籍地、住所地北京市海淀区中关村南大街12号院3号楼317室。因涉嫌犯煽动颠覆国家政权罪于2020年2月16日被北京市公安局海淀分局指定居所监视居住,同年6月19日被取保候审。2021年1月18日本案依法移送山东省临沂市公安局办理,同年2月6日被刑事拘留,同年3月14日被批准逮捕。现羁押于山东省临沂市看守所。辩护人丁锡奎,北京市维泰律师事务所律师。

山东省临沂市人民检察院以临检一部刑诉[2022]Z1号起诉书指控被告人李翘楚犯煽动颠覆国家政权罪,于2022年2月28日向本院提起公诉。本院遵照最高人民法院指定管辖决定于同年3月7日立案受理,并依法组成合议庭,于2023年12月5日召开庭前会议。因案件涉及国家秘密,本院于2023年12月19日不公开开庭进行了审理。临沂市人民检察院指派检察员谭长志、李涛、陆晓炜出庭支持公诉,被告人李翘楚及其辩护人丁锡奎到庭参加诉讼。经山东省高级人民法院、最高人民法院批准,依法延长了审理期限。经合议庭评议并报本院审判委员会讨论决定,现已审理终结。

山东省临沂市人民检察院指控,被告人李翘楚与许志永(另案处理)系恋人关系,深受许志永观念的影响。2019年9月,李翘楚在许志永的指使下,为许志永搭建个人博客,上传许志永撰写的大量颠覆国家政权性质的文章,宣扬许志永的主张。

针对上述指控,公诉机关当庭宣读和出示了物证、书证、证人证言、鉴定意见、勘验、检查、辨认笔录、被告人供述和辩解等证据。公诉机关认为,被告人李翘楚煽动颠覆国家政权,推翻社会主义制度,其行为触犯了《中华人民共和国刑法》第一百零五条第二款之规定,应当以煽动颠覆国家政权罪追究其刑事责任。提请本院依法惩处。

被告人李翘楚当庭辩称:其被指定居所监视居住期间的供述系非法证据,不能作为定案的依据;其对许志永文章的观点不清楚,没有煽动颠覆国家政权的主观故意;认定其构成犯罪的证据只有个人供述,系孤证。

辩护人提出如下辩护意见:本案诉讼程序存在问题,且应当公开审理;李翘楚被指定居所监视居住期间的供述系非法证据,不能作为定案的依据;李翘楚没有犯罪的主观故意;认定李翘楚构成犯罪的证据不足。

经审理查明:被告人李翘楚与许志永(已因颠覆国家政权罪被判刑)系恋人关系。2019年9月,被告人李翘楚在许志永的指使下,为许志永搭建个人博客,上传许志永撰写的煽动颠覆国家政权的文章,宣扬许志永的主张。

证实:

上述事实,有经庭审举证、质证,本院予以确认的下列证据

1.证人证言

(1)证人张忠顺的证言证明:许志永撰写了《非暴力》等文章,主张采用"非暴力"的方式颠覆国家政权。我读过许志永写的这些文章。许志永及其组织成员还广泛利用境外社交媒体传播许志永的政治观点。

(2)证人许志永的证言证明:我的博客是2019年让别人以我的名义注册的,并使用这个博客发表文章,谁注册的我不方便讲。其中有的文章是经过我同意发表的。我通过电子邮箱把文章发给志愿者,帮我发到博客上,我不想讲志愿者是谁。

2.辨认笔录

(1)许志永对其撰写的文章进行辨认,辨认出其撰写并让志愿者在其博客上发表的文章。

(2)被告人李翘楚对许志永撰写的文章进行辨认,辨认出其中273篇文章系其帮助许志永发在博客网站上的。

3.书证

邮件信息证明:李翘楚于2019年12月30日向华泽邮箱发送邮件的内容为:"我把一些后续也许用得上的资料发给您备份。""我用wordpress网站和许志永一起把他过去的文章和一些重要事件做了梳理,昨晚他发来信息,要我把他新完成的文章也更新在网站上。"

4.物证、搜查、检查笔录、鉴定意见

(1)2019年12月31日,侦查人员对许志永住所进行搜查,扣押李翘楚使用的黑色惠普笔记本电脑、金黄色苹果手机等物品。经鉴定,该电脑内有下载、保存许志永系列文章的痕迹;浏览器保存许志永博客的后台编辑网址。

(2)2020年2月16日,侦查人员对李翘楚暂住所进行搜查,扣押李翘楚使用的银色惠普笔记本电脑、优盘等物品。经鉴定,该电脑内有下载许志永文章的痕迹;优盘中有wordpress使用教程视频。

5.勘验、检查笔录远程勘验笔录证明:在许志永的博客网站上,搜索发现《非暴力》等文章及通过"中国公民运动网"传播的情况;对许志永的推特进行勘验证实推特的页面布局、文章发布情况及网络传播的情况;对李翘楚的推特进行勘验证实转载许志永推特内容、文章和网络传播的情况。

6.综合证据

(1)受案登记表、立案决定书、指定管辖决定书、拘留证、监视居住决定书及逮捕证等证明:被告人李翘楚涉嫌犯罪的立案侦查,采取强制措施、指定管辖的情况。

(2)到案经过证明:李翘楚到案的有关情况。

(3)刑事判决书、裁定书证明:许志永因犯颠覆国家政权罪被判刑的情况。

(4)李翘楚戶籍信息证明:李翘楚1991年1月13日出生,籍贯新疆维吾尔族自治区伊宁市,户籍地北京市海淀区中关村南大街乙12号院3号楼317室。

7.被告人的供述和辩解

被告人李翘楚供述:我是2017年在一次朋友聚餐上认识的许志永,2019年6月份我们确立了情侣关系,2019年8月初开始同居生活。他的文章我看过一部分,对他的主张理念有一定的认识,感觉许志永提出的主张是有政治目的的。因为我对他有感情,就想帮助他,把他的文章发到网站上,满足他想被别人知道他是谁的愿望。2019年9月的时候,许志永提出创建一个个人的网站,我就为他创建了个人博客,并联系华泽变更了网址。许志永之前把网站交给华泽管理,是因为许志永当初是想让境外的朋友帮他发文章,但华泽在接管许志永个人博客网站后,没有什么太多的管理行为,后期网站上的绝大多数文章还是许志永授意我来进行更新的。我从2019年9月份创建网站,至同年11月份将许志永前期文章全部发布到网站上。我更新好许志永的文章后,把他个人博客网站的网址和用户名都发给了华泽。我在许志永的个人博客网站上共发布了273篇文章,这些文章已经逐一签字确认过了。

针对被告人李翘楚及其辩护人提出的辩解和辩护意见,根据本案的事实和证据,本院评判如下:

1.关于辩护人所提本案诉讼程序问题的相关辩护意见。经查,本院根据最高人民法院指定管辖决定书审理本案,审判程序合法;根据有关保密法律法规,市级公安机关可以确定机密级国家秘密,临沂市公安局将本案中相关言辞证据、电子数据等证据材料确定为机密级国家秘密,依照《中华人民共和国刑事诉讼法》第一百八十八条之规定,有关国家秘密的案件不公开审理,故对本案不公开开庭审理,符合法律规定。辩护人的相关辩护意见不能成立,本院不予采纳。

2.关于被告人李翘楚及其辩护人所提李翘楚指定居所监视居住期间的供述系非法证据,不能作为定案依据的辩解和辩护意见。经查,本案据以定案的证据均系侦查机关依法取得,无线索和材料表明本案存在非法取证的情形,证据之间能够相互印证,合法有效,可以作为定案的依据。李翘楚及其辩护人的相关辩解和辩护意见不能成立,本院不予采纳。

3.关于被告人李翘楚及其辩护人所提认定李翘楚构成犯罪的证据不足,李翘楚不构成煽动颠覆国家政权罪的相关辩解和辩护意见。经查,根据李翘楚的供述、证人许志永、张忠顺的证言、勘验、检查笔录、鉴定意见等相关证据,李翘楚与许志永建立恋爱关系且共同生活,并对许志永文章做出过评价,可见其明知许志永的主张以及相关文章的内容和性质,仍为其搭建个人网站、发布文章,帮助散布、传播颠覆国家政权主张,其行为符合煽动颠覆国家政权罪的构成要件。李翘楚及其辩护人的相关辩解和辩护意见不能成立,本院不予采纳。

本院认为,被告人李翘楚为许志永搭建个人博客,并帮助其上传颠覆国家政权的文章,其行为已构成煽动颠覆国家政权罪。公诉机关指控李翘楚犯煽动颠覆国家政权罪的事实清楚,证据确实、充分,指控罪名成立。根据李翘楚犯罪的事实、性质、情节和对于社会的危害程度,依照《中华人民共和国刑法》第一百零五条第二款、第五十五条第一款、第五十六条第一款、第六十四条之规定,判决如下:

一、被告人李翘楚犯煽动颠覆国家政权罪,判处有期徒刑三年八个月,剥夺政治权利二年。(刑期从判决执行之日起计算。判决执行以前先行羁押的,羁押一日折抵刑期一日;指定居所监视居住的,监视居住二日折抵刑期一日,即自2021年2月6日起至2024年8月3日止。)

二、公安机关扣押的被告人李翘楚的电脑、手机、优盘等物品,均系供其犯罪所用的财物,依法予以没收。

如不服本判决,可在接到判决书的第二日起十日内,通过本院或者直接向山东省高级人民法院提出上诉。书面上诉的,应当提交上诉状正本一份,副本二份。

审判长        吴清林
审判员        李殿基
审判员        吴洪林

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书记员        张琨
书记员        张宁

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