Corrupt Guards at Huanxi Forced Labour Camp Torture Practitioners

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Jilin City, Jilin Province

Below are my personal experiences and witnessing of the suffering of fellow practitioners:

1) On July 30, 2001, the custodian stripped off the practitioners' clothes and cruelly tortured them with high-voltage electric batons. Quite a few practitioners were seriously injured. In August 2001, Wu Changping led six other guards and once again beat practitioners with electric batons. Practitioners were tortured by being slapped and tied to Dead Person's Beds [The four limbs of the practitioner are stretched out and tied to the four corners of an icy-cold metal bed. The practitioner cannot move at all. Neither is he allowed to get up to eat, drink, or go to the bathroom. This treatment will last from several hours up to more than a dozen days. This type of cruel torture causes severe damage to the practitioner both mentally and physically]. Some practitioners were forced to spend their prolonged imprisonment in very tiny cells. Police Han Jing and Zhao beat up a practitioner from Liaoning Province.

2) Guards drank alcohol and gambled during their night shifts and when they became drunk they would swear and insult practitioners. The names of some of these officers are Wang Lei, Zhang, and Zhao.

3) Guards are friendly with other criminal inmates and turn a blind eye when the inmates bring in adult videos and make phone calls at night. Inmate Li Ming usually swears at practitioners and orders them to do things for him.

4) Inmates bring in alcohol at night and gamble and become drunk. This disturbs the practitioners' rest but the guards do not interfere. If the inmates start a fight while gambling, the guards will bribe the inmates in order to end the fight.

5) Some inmates swear and hit practitioners, order them to wash their clothes, and do other cruel things.

6) Guards extort money from practitioners' families.

7) Guards order inmates to beat and swear at practitioners. They threaten to extend the sentences of anyone who is not cruel to practitioners.

8) Guards take practitioners' belongings such as wool blankets for their own use.

Source:
http://www.clearwisdom.net/emh/articles/2002/2/23/19146.html

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