How I was tortured at the Masanjia Forced Labour Camp (for women): the guards encouraged the criminals to beat the practitioners. I was beaten until I was black and blue all over, and several bundles of my hair were pulled out from their violent tugging and pulling. When they tried to forcefully brainwash me, they did not let me sleep and I was forced to squat, suffer body-folding and kneeling on the ground [Body-folding: standing with two legs straight and close, and bending the head down as far as it will go toward the feet, in front of the knees. The fingers point to the ground and the head is upside down. The victim is forced to keep this position for 17 to 18 hours a day except when eating, sleeping, and using the toilet]. I was thrown outside onto the snow-covered ground for several hours. Also, I was forced to kneel on a washboard [made of hard wood with convex sharp-ended bars on top, used to scrub clothes]. I was shocked with two or three electric batons followed by beatings with a bundle of metal wire. In the end, my body was severely bruised and hard to look at.
Some female practitioners were shocked with electric batons after they were stripped naked. One practitioner passed out numerous times. When she was given a cup of water, she passed out before she could even drink it. She was beaten until her entire back turned black and blue. Some practitioners were hung up in the dirty restroom, and some were put in solitary confinement. One practitioner was forced into the body-folding position and not allowed to sleep for seven days in a row.
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