Father Nguyen Van Ly,
Prisoner of Conscience in Viet Nam
Linh mục Nguyễn Văn Lý
Người Tù Lương Tâm tại Việt Nam
Nhân Quyền tại Việt Nam Series No. 2                       Bilingual text

Rev. Phan Van Loi Writes to Rev. Nguyen Van Ly
on Black April 30, 2010

LINH MỤC PHAN VĂN LỢI CHIA SẺ TÂM TÌNH VỚI LINH MỤC
NGUYỄN VĂN LÝ NHÂN MÙA QUỐC HẬN 30 THÁNG TƯ ĐEN...  


Manifesto of Bloc 8406, April 8, 2006 by Father Ly

Linh mục Nguyễn Văn Lý đọc Tuyên Ngôn Tự Do Dân Chủ 2006


LỜI KÊU GỌI CHO QUYỀN TỰ DO THÔNG TIN NGÔN LUẬN  
                                
The Right to Freedom of Speech by four Catholic priests
Inaugural Edition of FREE SPEECH (Tu do NGÔN LUẬN), edited by
Father Tadeo Nguyen Van Ly, April 15, 2006


LỜI  CHỨNG  SỐ  4  (bản chính thức)
của Lm Tù nhân Lương tâm Nguyễn Văn Lý
và một số Tù nhân Lương tâm khác

WITNESS #4 (official version)
of the Prisoner of Conscience Nguyên Van Ly
and other Prisoners of Conscience

bilingual text in full
download pdf
dated June 08, 2010


12 lời nói dối vĩ đại cấp nhà nước đang quật mạnh lên mọi giá
trị cao quí của Dân tộc Việt

cua Linh mục Nguyễn Văn Lý
25 July 2010

Twelve State-level Lies Damaging Vietnamese Traditional
Values

by Father Nguyen Van Ly
July 25, 2010

Allies for Freedom publishers
Palo Alto, California USA
Fr. Peter Phan Van Loi and  Prisoner of
Conscience Fr. Nguyen Van Ly,
March 15, 2010.  Father Ly is released
from solitary confinement at Ba Sao
Prison for a year  for medical
treatment.  

In July 2011 Father Ly was returned to
Ba Sao Prison by the Ministry of
Security over the protests of  the
priest in charge at the Archdiocese of
Hue.   His condition was unknown until
December 13, 2012, when Father Loi
was able to transmit a message from
Father Ly, still in prison.  

Father Ly's 2012 message (Vietnamese)

English summary by Diem P. Truong

The hand written notes are more of a
prayer expressing absolute belief in
God and His deliverance. The official
document notified his family of his
"failing" grade (again) in his
re-education.

According to his nephews, Father Ly is
in good spirit but his health is poor. He
is taking Coversyl 5mg to control his
high blood pressure which seems to
worsen. He has not gained full control
of his limbs. His legs are still paralyzed.
His nephew is still very concerned with
his health in general.

Father Ly is well aware and very much
appreciated the effort of the greater
community regarding his condition as
well as the conditions of other POC's.
He noted project "Million hearts one
Voice" and AI's effort to bring his case
to the international attention, though
he doubts that the Vietnamese
government will respond.