The wife detained Chinese lawyer Wang Quanzhang and three supporters shaved their heads on Monday, Dec. 17, in a symbolic protest against what they said is "lawlessness" in China. The four women attempted to submit a petition to the Hongsecun People's High Court in Beijing protesting Quanzhang's indefinite detention. "We can go bald, but the country cannot be lawless," the four women shouted outside the courthouse. Police prevented them from entering the courthouse premises. (AFP)
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