Ai Weiwei and China's Campaign Against Dissent

The Chinese artist Ai Weiwei won't make the opening of his latest show in New York. He's being held by Chinese authorities. Many lesser-known Chinese lawyers and bloggers are also being detained; some are disappeared. With HRW's Sophie Richardson.

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