Cruel Persecution in Xindian Women's Labour Camp in Shanxi Province

Xindian Women's Labour Camp in Taiyuan City, Shanxi Province, is a living hell where the police use numerous cruel methods to torture Falun Gong practitioners. The police do not allow those who persist in the practise to see their family members or make phone calls to them. The police do not allow practitioners to buy food at the commissary inside the labour camp, nor do they permit practitioners to participate in outdoor activities or to use the toilet. They deprive practitioners of sleep and force them to attend brainwashing sessions day and night.

Jia Yuzhen, Ma Yueying, Li Runfang, and Jin Jing were persecuted and deprived of sleep for one to two months because they persisted in practising Falun Gong. If the police found that one of them had closed her eyes at work, they would deduct points from the inspection scores of the prisoners who monitored them. (High inspection scores can reduce one's sentence at the labour camp.)

The police often incited drug abusers to beat the practitioners, making their faces become swollen and leaving black-and-blue marks all over their bodies. Jin Jing was forced several times to wear nothing but thin underclothes in freezing weather because she cried out, "Falun Dafa is good!" One day, security guard Xu Wenjun had finished cleaning his leather shoes with a piece of cloth. He then forced this dirty cloth into the mouth of Jin Jing, who was wearing handcuffs at the time.

Although Li Runfang has an artificial limb in place of her left leg, the police would cruelly persecute her all the same. They often forced her and the small-framed Ma Yueying to do filthy, heavy, and tiring work.

Falun Gong practitioners who are currently held in the Xindian Women's Labour Camp are enduring the persecution in great pain every day. Officer Liu Zhongmei brazenly yelled to practitioners, "Our responsibility is to persecute you to death."


Chinese version available at http://www.minghui.org/mh/articles/2006/3/18/123151.html

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