Ksor Ruk | Vietnam

On March 15, 2019, Ksor Ruk, was sentenced to 10 years in prison by the People’s Court of Gia Lai Province. Ksor was accused of being allegedly involved with FULRO, an exiled group in America, and charged with ‘undermining the state’s unity policy’, Article 116 of the 2015 Criminal Code.

Ksor Ruk, a Montagnard (Jrai) Christian, was first imprisoned in 2007, charged with ‘undermining the state’s unity policy. However, after being released, he continued his missionary work in his local area. He is married with five children. His youngest child was just one month old when he was arrested in October 2018.

Prison Address

T20 Detention Centre
Gia Lai province
Vietnam

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Embassy of Vietnam

Ambassador Nguyen Van Dung 

Level 21, Grand Plimmer Tower

2-6 Gilmer Terrace,

Wellington 6011

NEW ZEALAND

Updates

Time in prison:

In prison for 767 days

Charged with:

‘undermining the unity policy’

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Ambassador Nguyen Van Dung 

Level 21, Grand Plimmer Tower

2-6 Gilmer Terrace,

Wellington 6011

NEW ZEALAND

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