Posted on · William Nguyen was arrested for participating in a protest in Ho Chi Minh City in June. He spent 40 days in jail before public pressure led to his release and deportation to the U.S.
Posted on · Vietnamese court is deporting William Nguyen after convicting him of disturbing public order for his part in a protest last month.
Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: A Houston man who was detained in Vietnam last month is on his way back home. We find out how much of a disadvantage is being computer literate these days, our panel of “non-experts” parse The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly of it all, and hear what happened with Tour de France cyclist Lawson Craddock, from Houston.
Posted on · A court official said that William Nguyen, who is of Vietnamese descent, admitted to the violation and showed remorse, which resulted in a lenient sentence
Posted on · We learn more about a Houstonian who is preparing for trial in Vietnam this week. William Nguyen is a U.S. citizen who faces a criminal charge there after participating in protests. Houston Matters host Craig Cohen talks with California Congressman Alan Lowenthal as he lays out what’s at stake for the Houston native.