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Chinese police block the entrance of a court as Li Wenzu (R) tries to enter after she shaved her head to protest the detention of her husband and Chinese human rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang, detained during the 709 crackdown, in Beijing on December 17, 2018. Li and a group of women protested the detention of their husbands who have have been held since 2015 when more than 200 lawyers and activists were detained in a swoop, known as the "709" crackdown, on those who had taken on civil rights cases considered sensitive by China's tightly controlled courts. (Photo by FRED DUFOUR / AFP) (Photo by FRED DUFOUR/AFP via Getty Images)
Chinese police block the entrance of a court as Li Wenzu (R) tries to enter after she shaved her head to protest the detention of her husband and Chinese human rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang, detained during the 709 crackdown, in Beijing on December 17, 2018. Li and a group of women protested the detention of their husbands who have have been held since 2015 when more than 200 lawyers and activists were detained in a swoop, known as the "709" crackdown, on those who had taken on civil rights cases considered sensitive by China's tightly controlled courts. (Photo by FRED DUFOUR / AFP) (Photo by FRED DUFOUR/AFP via Getty Images)
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