Will Nguyễn vừa đáp xuống phi trường Houston TX hôm nay

Will Nguyễn vừa đáp xuống phi trường Houston TX hôm nay

Will Nguyễn vừa đặt chân xuống phi trường Houston cách đây vài tiếng đồng hồ,  chiều ngày 8/3/2018. Trả lời phỏng vấn, Will hiểu việc được đối xử tốt hơn những công dân Việt Nam vì Will là công dân Mỹ. Will cho biết thêm trong tù các cán bộ cũng xin lỗi và mong rằng Will thông cảm vì họ chỉ làm nhiệm vụ được giao từ người khác . Will nói nếu có trách thì phải trách hàng lãnh đạo tối cao. Will cho biết sẽ bắt đầu đi cảm ơn những người đã giúp đỡ và ủng hộ anh từ ngày mai. Trong thời gian tới Will sẽ tiếp tục viết về những sự thật phía sau bức màn “dân chủ“ tại Việt Nam để những người thuộc thế hệ như Will hiểu được. Will đến Việt Nam và hoàn toàn tình cờ có mặt trong cuộc biểu tình,  nhưng Will hiểu rõ việc anh làm.

Quý vị có thể theo dõi buổi phóng sự ngắn dưới đây:

https://www.facebook.com/hauduevnch/videos/465818817226293/

Welcome Home Will Nguyen at George W. Bush International Airport, 8/3/2018.

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  1. You can watch Live Stream on the following FB page. Thank you Anh Hoàng.

 

https://www.facebook.com/trantrihoang/videos/1751919834845172/UzpfSTE1MDg0NTIwMjIxOTkxODoyNDM0ODM3ODYyODkzOTI/

  1. You can read the following article from Houston Chronicle.

Will Nguyen returns to Houston after release from jail in Vietnam

From Brooke A. Lewis, Aug. 3, 2018

William Nguyen embraced his mother with a big grin as he stepped off the escalator at George Bush Intercontinental Airport after days of being held captive in Vietnam.

The 32-year-old took his first steps back into Houston Friday after being arrested in June for taking part in a protest in Ho Chi Minh City. He was found guilty of disturbing public order and spent 40 days in detention before being deported back to the United States.

“I’m having trouble processing it,” Nguyen said. “I’m having as much trouble processing my time in prison as processing the media exposure.”

His family awoke to news on July 20, that Nguyen would be freed after facing up to seven years in prison for disturbing the public peace.

Nguyen said he was overwhelmed by the support he received from family, friends and legislators since he was detained.

“I don’t know where to start with that,” he said. “My sister, Victoria, my college friend, Mary, they’ve done so much that I can’t wrap my mind around it. There’s going to be a thank you tour that starts tomorrow.”

His mother, Vicky Nguyen, said their family had its first reunion with Nguyen when he was released from prison in Vietnam. They flew to Vietnam and then spent time in Singapore.

Vicky Nguyen said she was overwhelmed and happy to have him home.

“I can sleep well now,” she said.

Courtesy of Houston Chronicle.

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