Fearing Exposure, Forced Labour Camp and Prison Officials Refuse to Release Practitioners Who Have Been Persecuted to the Brink of Death

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Since the persecution of Falun Dafa began in July 1999, guards and police in China's forced labour camps and prisons have tortured many illegally imprisoned practitioners to the brink of death because they refused to give up their belief in Falun Dafa. Furthermore, the labour camp and prison officials often refuse to release the practitioners who are in critical condition, nor do they advise family members to seek bail for a release on medical grounds, which is the practitioners' legal right.

When a practitioner is about to die, the persecutors notify the family to hurry and pick up the practitioner. Often by that time, the practitioner can neither talk nor write. Many times, when a practitioner is persecuted to death, the body is cremated before family members can see the condition of the body. Conversely, sometimes family members must pick up the brutalized corpse of their loved one.

The labour camps and prison staff members try to force practitioners to renounce their belief, and slowly kill those who do not give in. They do not release the injured practitioners earlier because they are afraid the practitioners will expose the crimes at the camps and prisons. They often release practitioners just when they are about to die, to prevent the death from being counted in the prison or labour camp statistics. They also hope to hide their evil conduct. This is the typical Communist Party pattern of "untruthful, evil and violent" behaviour. We appeal to people all over the world to pay attention to the murder of Falun Dafa practitioners in Chinese labour camps and prisons.


Chinese version available at http://minghui.ca/mh/articles/2004/12/22/91925.html

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