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i: Vietnamese Communist tiệc ngọt General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong, left front row, President Truong tung Sang, right front row, Prime Minister Nguyen tung Dung, left second row and Chairman of the National Assembly Nguyen Sinh Hung, right second row, pay tribute to lớn late President Ho bỏ ra Minh at his Mausoleum in Hanoi, Vietnam on March 21. The National Assembly is expected to vote early next month to remove Sang, Dung và Hung after they were not elected to lớn the all powerful Politburo in the party"s congress in January. The assembly is also expected to lớn elect the country"s new leaders. (AP Photo/Tran Van MInh) (AP Photo/Tran Van MInh)

Vietnamese Communist các buổi party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong, left front row, President Truong tan Sang, right front row, Prime Minister Nguyen tung Dung, left second row and Chairman of the National Assembly Nguyen Sinh Hung, right second row, pay tribute to lớn late President Ho chi Minh at his Mausoleum in Hanoi, Vietnam on March 21. The National Assembly is expected lớn vote early next month to lớn remove Sang, Dung and Hung after they were not elected to the all powerful Politburo in the party"s congress in January. The assembly is also expected to elect the country"s new leaders. (AP Photo/Tran Van MInh)

A prominent Vietnamese blogger who is a former police officer & the son of a late government minister went on trial Wednesday for alleged anti-state postings.Nguyen Huu Vinh & his assistant, Nguyen Thi Minh Thuy, are accused of abusing democratic freedoms khổng lồ infringe on the interests of the stateVinhh, 59, & Thuy, 35, went on trial Wednesday in Hanoi, Vietnam"s capital. They have been in jail since they were arrested in May 2014.Vinh, better known as Anh bố Sam, was a police officer with the Ministry of Public Security in Hanoi. He quit in 1999 & set up a private investigation firm. His father was a government minister & Vietnam"s ambassador lớn the former Soviet Union.In 2007, Vinh set up the ba Sam blog. He later launched two others "€” Dan Quyen, or Citizens" Rights, in 2013, and Chep Su Viet, or Writing Vietnamese History, in early 2014. The blogs provided link to news on political, social, economic & cultural issues from state media as well as activists.Prosecutors said two dozen articles posted on Dan Quyen and Chep Su Viet had untruthful content and distort the policies of the ruling Communist Party. They said the articles "present a one-sided và pessimistic view, causing anxiety and worry, và affecting the people"s confidence" in the buổi tiệc ngọt and government.Prosecutors proposed jail terms of five to lớn six years for Vinh, and two khổng lồ three years for Thuy.

The two denied the charges. "I deny that I have anything to do with these 24 articles," Vinh told the court.Thuy told the court that she did not know who authored the writings or who posted them on the two blogs. Their lawyers said there was no evidence lớn back the charges và the two should be freed."The 24 articles were collected illegally, they cannot be used as evidence," lawyer Tran Van Tao told the court.Scores of Vinh"s supporters gathered outside the court chanting "innocent."International human rights groups and some Western governments, including the United States, have criticized Vietnam for jailing dissidents for peacefully expressing their views. Hanoi denies that, saying only those who break the law are put behind bars.Amnesty International và Human Rights Watch have called for the release of both defendants.

"The trial and continuing detention of a blogger and his assistant who have already spent almost two years in jail is farcical and a blight on the country"s human rights record," Amnesty said in a statement. (ags)