Labour Camp Coerces Drug-addicts to Torture Falun Dafa Practitioners

The persecution of Falun Dafa practitioners inside the Shizishan Labour Camp is extremely harsh. The labour camp placed those practitioners who refused to give up their right to practice Falun Gong under the surveillance of drug-addicts. Those drug-addicts first of all asked the practitioners to "keep close to the wall". This means standing close to the wall, and putting paper on top of your elbows, head and body. These practitioners were forced to maintain this awkward position for a whole day and night, and if the paper fell down, they would be beaten. Next, they were forced to copy the so-called "regulations of the labour camp" and were forbidden to sleep. Even if they took a short nap, they would be scolded and severely beaten. One practitioner suffered from a mental breakdown after being tortured like this for a long period of time. The police refused to admit to their crimes. Instead they defamed this man by saying he went insane because of his practice of Falun Gong.

The labour camp made a deal with the drug-addicts. No matter what measures they took, if they could coerce one practitioner to give in, 1000 Yuan RMB would be deducted from their expenditures for drug detoxification. Driven by this economic incentive, the drug-addicts dared to be so arrogant.


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