“Triều Đại Việt” listed by Vietnamese authorities as terrorist organization

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On the basis of the Vietnamese laws and international law, the Ministry of Public Security labeled “Triều Đại Việt” as terrorist group.

 

1. The “Triều Đại Việt” Organization was established by former members of a terrorist organization called the “Provisional National Government of Việt Nam” in January 2018.

- It is based at 31 RVE Meunited West, Laval, Quebec, Canada and has phones numbers: 001.438-220-8089, 01.450-634-0212. The organization runs various websites and media channels, including Triều đại Việt, Free Bibet, Hoàng Kỳ, Giải độc chính trị (Political detoxification), Việt Nam Today, Việt tự do (Free Việt), Radio tiếng nói quốc dân (Radio channel for nation’s people), among others.

- The organization is led by Ngô Văn Hoàng Hùng, born in 1952 in Tiền Giang province, who has Canadian citizenship and titled himself Commander-in-Chief of the “Triều Đại Việt” organization; Trần Thanh Đình, born in 1957 in Nam Định province, German citizenship, who named himself as the Deputy Prime Minister of the “Triều Đại Việt” organization; Ngô Mạnh Cương, born in 1961 in Ho Chi Minh City, holding French citizenship, appointed himself as head of the General Department for Special Operations; and Huỳnh Thanh Hoàng, born in 1976, holding American citizenship, acts as spokesperson for the “Triều Đại Việt” organization.

- The organization pursues a policy of violent acts against the government and people of Vietnam with its motto of "Burn all, Kill all, Destroy all, Pillage all." In doing so, it finances and instructs its affiliates in Vietnam to carry out terrorist and destruction activities, and incites people to stage demonstrations, and riots to overthrow the people’s administration. It has sent tens of thousands of US dollars and hundreds of millions of VND to its members in Vietnam to purchase weapons, make bombs, mines and flags, and illegally print leaflets and slogans with contents against the State of Vietnam.

- The organization’s terrorist activities:
(1) Leaders of the “Triều Đại Việt” directed its affiliates in Vietnam to establish many "military zones" located in the Northern provinces, the South-central provinces, and the Southwestern provinces with the aim of building up forces and expanding their operation scales and domains. The organization also funded its affiliates in Vietnam to purchase weapons, make explosives and carry out terrorist attacks on Vietnamese government buildings and public areas.

(2) Ngô Văn Hoàng Hùng directed a group of six subjects led by Nguyễn Khanh to bomb the Ward 12 Police Post in Tan Binh District, Ho Chi Minh City, which injured an innocent civilian and damaged six motorbikes. This group also planned to set off bombs at local officials’ houses, but the plan was foiled by the police.

(3) In July 2018, “Triều Đại Việt” members, namely Nguyễn Minh Tấn, Phạm Trần Phong Vũ, Võ Công Hải and Hứa Hoàng Anh, received three hand-made bombs from Nguyễn Khanh and exploded the back gate of the Hau Giang Provincial Police Department but the explosion did not cause damage to people and property.

(4) In August 2018, Ngô Văn Hoàng Hùng directed a terrorist group so-called "Phantom Squad" based in Thailand led by Nguyễn Văn Hùng, together with six other Vietnamese to infiltrate into the southern localities of Vietnam from Cambodia and planned to set off bombs during the National Independence Day (September 2) that year but the plan was defeated by the police.

(5) In September 2018, Ngô Văn Hoàng Hùng directed Trần Văn Đoan, Điểu A Nam, Điểu Lé to entice 15 other subjects in Bình Phước province to establish the "Central Highlands war zone" to make, test explosives and hide weapons but they were detected and stopped by the Vietnamese functional forces.

The Vietnamese functional agencies have so far arrested and prosecuted 17 individuals affiliated to the “Triều Đại Việt” terrorist organization and issued a wanted notice for two other members of the “Triều Đại Việt” accusing of "Carrying out terrorist acts against the people's administration" according to Article 113 of the Vietnam’s 2015 Penal Code (amended in 2017).

2. As the “Triều Đại Việt” is listed as a terrorist organization, anyone who participates in the organization, attempts to recruit members for the organization, sponsors or receives funding from it, take part in its training courses, or follows its instructions will be charged with “terrorism” and “sponsoring terrorism” and handled in pursuance of Việt Nam’s laws

 

Editorial Board

Terrorist organization

"Triều Đại Việt" Terrorist Group

Noted

I. All organizations and individuals shall be required to freeze, seal and sequester without delay funds and other assets of terrorists or/and  terrorism financers that have been listed by the United Nations Security Council or/and the Vietnamese Government on the Web Portal of the Ministry of Public Security of Vietnam, and to report without delay the case to the counter-terrorism force of Vietnam’s Ministry of Public Security (Department of Homeland Security under Ministry of Public Security; Address: No. 15 Tran Binh Trong St., Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi; Phone number: 0692341269; email: groupckbqt@gmail.com).

II. Procedures for handling complaints from organizations and individuals regarding the inclusion in or removal from the list of organizations and individuals related to terrorism and terrorism financing:

1.    In Vietnam:

* Officer representing the Vietnam’s competent agency is responsible for guiding individuals and organizations to lodge complaints about their being on the terrorist list publicized on the Web Portal of the Ministry of Public Security:
- Full name: Lieutenant Colonel Dam Van Minh.
- Position: Officer of the Homeland Security Department under the Ministry of Public Security.
- Working address: No. 15, Tran Binh Trong St., Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi City.
- Working phone: +84692341269.
- Email: groupckbqt@gmail.com.

* Procedures for handling complaints from organizations and individuals about their being listed as terrorists or/and terrorism financers by the Ministry of Public Security on its web-portal at:
http://bocongan.gov.vn/TTHC/Pages/chi-tiet.aspx?itemID=539

* Organizations and individuals may initiate lawsuits against decisions on inclusion in or removal from the list of organizations and individuals related to terrorism and terrorism financing in accordance with Article 117 of the 2015 Law on Administrative Procedures of The Socialist Republic of Vietnam as follows:
“1. When instituting an administrative lawsuit, the claimant shall make a lawsuit petition in accordance with Article 118 of the Law.
2. Individuals with the full administrative procedure act capacity may make lawsuit petitions by themselves or ask others to do so for them. The items of the plaintiff’s name and address in a petition shall be filled with the individual’s full name and address. The individual shall give his/her signature or press his/her fingerprint on the bottom of the petition.
3. Lawful representatives of individuals who are minors, have lost their civil act capacity, have their civil act capacity restricted or meet difficulties in cognizing or controlling their acts may make lawsuit petitions by themselves or ask others to do so. The items of the plaintiff’s name and address in a petition shall be filled with the full name and address of the lawful representative of the claimant. The lawful representative shall give his/her signature or press his/her fingerprint on the bottom of the petition.
4. Individuals falling in the cases specified in Clauses 2 and 3 of this Article who are illiterate, have vision disability or are unable to make lawsuit petitions by themselves or to give their signatures or press their fingerprints on petitions may ask others to make lawsuit petitions to the witness of the claimant with the full administrative procedure act capacity who shall give signatures on these petitions.".

* Petition form is attached hereinafter.

2. Officer representing the Vietnamese competent agency responsible for receiving, supporting and handling complaints about the list of organizations and individuals designated to be associated with terrorism or terrorist financing by the UN Security Council:

* The Vietnam's Permanent Mission to the United Nations:
- Full name of the officer: Ms. Nguyen Thi Hong Quyen.
- Job title: First Secretary.
- Work address: 866 United Nations Plaza, Suite 428, New York NY 10044, USA.
- Phone: +12126440594.
- Email: info@vietnam-un.org.

* Ombudsperson to the ISIL (Da'esh) and Al-Qaida Sanctions Committee:

https://www.un.org/securitycouncil/ombudsperson

The UN Security Council-issued list of terrorists

Provisional National Government of Vietnam

Viet Tan Terrorist Group