“Our followers in Vietnam don’t sabotage the government’s assets or violate the central government’s rules and regulations,” she said. “Meanwhile, local authorities come to our members’ homes, threaten to put them in jail, confiscate their cell phones, laptops and even destroy their food.”
She also said all the information about her church published by state-owned media was wrong and the crackdown against it should come to an end.
“Abuse and violation of civic rights should be stopped,” she said. “Hmong people are Vietnamese citizens. They should be treated fairly and equally as other Vietnamese.”