Taking over radio stations in Vietnam
Vietnam has deported an American woman convicted by a court last week on terrorism charges. Her early release from prison comes days ahead of President Bush's visit to Vietnam for a meeting of Asia-Pacific leaders.
Thuong Nguyen "Cuc" Foshee of Orlando is surrounded by Vietnamese guards as she is on her trial to begin Friday, Nov. 10 in Saigon City, Vietnam. Foshee and six others are charged with an attempt to take over state radio stations to call for an uprising against the communist government of Vietnam. Her co-defendants, Le Van Binh, 31, of Tampa, and Huynh Bich Lien, 51, of San Gabriel, Calif., received similar prison terms and were expected to serve three more weeks before being deported.
2005: TAKING OVER RADIO STATIONS IN VIETNAM
"Just cause" Conference @ Indochina Frontier Convention @ 37 fighters arrested @ Established the Free Vietnam Youth Foundation @ Took over radio stations in Vietnam @ Cases in 2001 @ Public Forum Debate @ National People's Conference 1 @ Organized the Vietnamese National Party @ Announced Charter and presenting the Provisional Government of Free Vietnam @ Radio and Press of the Government of Free Vietnam @ National People's conference 2 @ Detained in Seoul, Korea @ Conference of the Vietnam National Party @ Attended a hearing about Human Rights at the United Nations @ Founded GLOBALTV @ Winner of Human Rights - Leader Prize of Asia-Pacific Human Rights Foundation @ Established the Alliance of the Vietnamese People @ Images of International Campaigns @ Vietnamese Communist Crimes @ Newspapers from Vietnam Government @ International Press @ Newspapers of overseas Vietnamese Press @ Press Release @ Newpapers of the GFVN @ Photos 1990 - 2016 @