A decade after a massive earthquake devastated parts of China's Sichuan province, an outspoken critic of the government's response is languishing in jail, his health deteriorating.
The plight of the longtime human rights advocate underscores the communist government's determination to silence all dissenters, including parents who lost their children when shoddily built schools collapsed in the 2008 quake, which happened 10 years ago Saturday.
Sichuan native Huang Qi, 55, was imprisoned for three years after meeting with a group of those parents. Jailed again in November 2016 on charges of leaking state secrets, he has yet to receive a trial date.
"Huang Qi is...