No word on Mongolian activist's release in China

A relative of a Mongolian activist set to be released Thursday from a Chinese prison says the man's wife and son are in police detention and he himself is being warned to keep silent.
The activist Hada co-founded a Mongolian separatist movement. He was accused of separatism and espionage and sent to prison for 15 years.
The uncle of Hada's wife says police have detained Hada's wife and only son and there is no word on Hada's scheduled release.
Police and the detention center and prison where Hada and his family are said to be held are either not commenting or not answering the telephone.
The U.S.-based Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center says several Mongolian dissidents are not able to be reached in China.