Internet Satellite Images Show Facilities Where Falun Gong Practitioners Are Persecuted

Throughout districts and counties in Beijing, many organisations and facilities have been and continue to participate in the persecution of Falun Gong. These organisations and facilities include: all district and county detention centres under the Beijing City Police Department; the Beijing Prison Administrative Bureau's, Beijing Women's Prison, Dispatching Centre, Qinghe Advance Prison, Qinghe Hospital, Beijing Education-Through-Labour Administrative Bureau's Dispatching Division, Beijing Women's Forced Labour Camp, Beijing Tuanhe Forced Labour Camp, Beijing Xinan Forced Labour Camp, Beijing Tiantanghe Forced Labour Camp, and Beijing Legal System Training Centre.

This article draws attention only to the facilities where persecution of Falun Gong practitioners takes place within the Daxing District, an area about 10 square kilometres (approximately 6.21 square miles) in south Beijing. In the picture below, 9 of 10 places are known to participate in the persecution of Falun Gong (each black block indicates one place):

The satellite picture obtained by searching Google Earth not only can accurately locate these places, but can also clearly expose their real appearance. The picture clearly shows the tall walls used for imprisoning Falun Gong practitioners. The latitude and longitude of the location are provided at bottom of the picture below.

The next picture shows several facilities used for imprisoning Falun Gong practitioners. They are located along Tuanhe Road, Daxing District of south Beijing:

The next image shows several facilities located in Tiantanghe, only about 10 kilometres away from the Tuanhe facilities.

The next picture shows the Beijing Women's Forced Labour Camp, a so-called "China Upscale Garden Style Forced Labour Camp" constructed with the people's hard-earned money. The camp is used to ruthlessly brainwash and transform1 Falun Gong practitioners. The yellow highlighted area is the place called "prison in the prison" where practitioners are violently tortured.

The next image shows a corner of the Beijing Women's Forced Labour Camp--"luxurious enough!" However, no matter how luxurious the construction, the facility cannot cover up the countless crimes involving the Chinese Communist Party's violation of human rights, brainwashing, and persecution of good people.

Below is the satellite image of the Xinan Forced Labour Camp after remodelling. Now it is no longer used for imprisoning Falun Gong practitioners. The highlighted part in the picture was the location for the "Intensive Training Unit." The "iron cage" type torture, demonstrated by overseas Falun Gong practitioners, were indeed once used in here to brutally torture the Falun Gong practitioners.

The next satellite image shows the notorious so-called "Legal System Training Centre." The highlighted part is a small three-story building where many Falun Gong practitioners were brutally tortured and persecuted.

One may use Google Earth to search for the areas and examine these prisons, forced labour camps, and other facilities where Falun Gong practitioners are persecuted. It is not difficult to find them, especially the newly constructed buildings. Most of them are enclosed in square-shaped or rectangle-shaped areas. Examine the images carefully and one may see the tall walls. In this area, the density of buildings is high and the area is large. Outside of the prison area, there are fewer buildings and the buildings in the administrative districts are variously arranged.

The above mentioned facilities were mostly constructed during 2000-2002, in the early stages of the persecution of Falun Gong. Since access to information about these facilities is limited, accounts from insiders are needed and welcomed.


1. "Reform or Transform" Implementation of brainwashing and torture in order to force a practitioner to renounce Falun Gong. (Variations: "reform", "transform", "reformed", "reforming", "transformed", "transforming", and "transformation")

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