Female Falun Gong Practitioner is Tortured to Death in Forced Labour Camp – Officials Respond by Spreading Propaganda about her Death

Dafa Practitioner Wang Kefei was tortured to death in the Heizuizi Forced Labour Camp in Changchun City, Jilin Province. To cover up the incident, the labour camp tried to pressure other Dafa practitioners in the camp to give false evidence that Wang Kefei died of a heart attack. At the same time, camp officials spread rumours that upon hearing of Wang's death, her family said they were "very happy that Wang had reached consummation and gone to Heaven." Wang's family had to endure such defamation while suffering from the loss of Wang's life. Is even the slightest bit of humanity still left?

According to several sources, Wang was barely alive when she was taken from the labour camp to a hospital. She had been on a hunger strike for at least twenty-five days, possibly more than a month. The camp officials ignored her weakening condition. Furthermore, she was forced to sleep on a cold concrete floor. The camp officials only rushed her to the hospital for emergency treatment when she was critically ill, hoping to avoid responsibility for her death.

We inquired at the government's legal departments, and found that according to the law, beating, verbally abusing, and maltreating inmates are offences that will cause the labour camp staff involved to be expelled from their jobs immediately. If any harm comes to an inmate, the responsible person has already violated the law for "abuse of power endowed by one's position." Related offences include "abuse of authority resulting in injury" and "abuse of authority resulting in death."

We strongly demand that the lawbreakers in the Heizuizi Forced Labour Camp, who caused the death of Wang Kefei, be immediately brought to justice.

For further information on the murder of Wang Kefei see: http://www.clearwisdom.net/emh/articles/2001/12/25/17134.html


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