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Family members informed the group that Mr. Liu had posted the photographs online; that has not been independently verified. The order against Mr. The quake killed nearly 70, people as it collapsed buildings and roads and sent boulders tumbling from hills and mountains. There is no official figure for the number of students who were killed, but the Chinese government reported that 7, classrooms and dormitories had been destroyed, raising questions about building standards in the countryside.
Devastated parents held demonstrations and protests. After the earthquake and in the months before the Olympic Games in Beijing, which begin Aug. Since June, the authorities have also detained at least three people who collected and spread information about shoddy school construction.
Huang Qi, a human rights advocate based in Chengdu, the provincial capital, was charged with illegal possession of state secrets this month after meeting with bereaved parents and publishing articles about structural problems at schools.
The police have not allowed his lawyers and family to meet with him. In June, the state-run Deyang Daily said that Mr. Liu had visited schools in several cities ravaged by the earthquake and tried to organize parents to protest. The crackdown has raised concern among some Chinese.
Four prominent Sichuan intellectuals published a letter this month raising questions about Mr.