採訪/陳漢 編輯/張天宇 後制/蕭宇
More Tortures in Masanjia Exposed: Sexual Abuse
China’s Masanjia Reeducation-through-labor Camp was
recently exposed for it’s abuse and torture of detainees.
It soon became a target of public criticism.
As a result, China’s media reports on the issue
were removed overnight from the internet.
The interviewed victims have now suffered retaliations.
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) authorities even sent
a former Masanjia chief to investigate “the torture issue”.
This makes the masses realize that it’s useless to
pin hopes on the CCP regime.
Another Masanjia victim tells NTD about
tortures being staged in Masanjia.
In defending their legal rights, Ms. Lin and her husband
denounced the local village Party chief to the CCP authorities.
Ms Lin was as a result detained in Masanjia for seven years.
There through torture she suffered,
she became very weak when released.
Ms. Lin vowed to expose evildoings in Masanjia
with stories of her own experiences there.
Ms. Lin: “At the time, I tried hard to memorize everything
I saw there anytime and everywhere.
I told myself if one day I could walk out of Masanjia,
I would expose all these in the light of day.
I would let the public know that in this world,
there even exists such an evil place, a hell on earth.”
Ms. Lin has told NTD about sufferings of her own
and of some other detainees in Masanjia.
So far, some tortures in Masanjia have been widely
exposed by the media.
These have included being held in solitary confinement;
being hanged up or tied to bed in body-tearing position;
being forced to sit on a small iron bench;
being shocked with electric batons;
being forced-fed through intubations,
among other methods.
Besides, Ms. Lin unveils psychopathic Masanjia
police officers’ sexual abuse of the detainees.
Ms. Lin: “The most unbearable thing was their
dealing with the prostitutes there.
They used electric batons to shock their breasts,
or heavily pinched their breasts.
In particular, they inserted electric batons into
their vaginas to shock them.
This is of course an extremely gross and
horrifying form of sexual abuse.”
Ms. Lin says that Masanjia police officers
have a mania of raking in money.
They sell inferior daily supplies for high profit, and
deduct from detainees’ living expenses as much as possible.
This has made many female detainees unable to
afford even their sanitary napkins.
Thus, they have to use leftover cotton found in labor
workshops, and wrap it in rags to serve as sanitary napkins.
In Masanjia, police officers also blackmail prison guards
and head prisoners, turning them into sources of wealth.
Ms. Lin: “A female prison guard once told me that monthly,
a police team leader could get a profit of about 6,000 yuan from me.
In turn, she then gave over 10,000 yuan to
her superior team leaders.
Detainees can exchange money to escape torture
and corporal punishment.
That ranges from 50,000 to 100,000 yuan.”
Recently, media reported on Masanjia tortures.
It was based on a rolled-up diary hidden in a
detainee’s vagina and smuggled out of Masanjia.
In order to prevent similar “leaks", Masanja’s police officers
have now taken an unbelievable approach.
Ms. Lin: “A few days before I was released,
a prostitute in her 40s was released.
Before letting her leave, a police team leader searched
her vagina and anus with gloves on.
How nauseating and disgusting that was!
That’s unimaginable for ordinary people!”
The CCP authorities have retaliated against those
righteous ones who have exposed Masanjia evils.
On April 11, the People’s Daily published an interview
with some former detainees in Masanjia,
these included Zhu Guiqin, Gai Fengzhen,
Ding Ying and Li Wenjuan.
These interviewees were all threatened afterwards.
Ms. Lin: “They retaliated against a female surnamed Cui.
They smoked her into coma, and gave injections
at her right shoulder blade and breasts.
Now she is dazed, with her whole body aching and swollen.
The retaliation has taken away our sense of security and safety.
Even I dare not go outdoors all day long,
scared that they might capture me anytime.”
Ms. Li Wenjuan has faced threats to her life.
Ms. Lin: “Now Li Wenjuan dares not tell the
real truth in any media interview.
The authorities have threatened that if she dares to
speak any more, she’ll be killed in a car accident.”
Some conscientious journalists have also helped
expose Masanjia’s tortures in their own ways.
A Hong Kong reporter, “Mei Xinqing”, posted in her
micro-blog a name list of some Masanjia evildoers.
It includes director Yang Jian, deputy director Zhang Wenli,
political commissar Zeng Xiuhua, Wang Tiecheng,
police leader Zhou Le, labor work leader Gu Quanyi …
All these names will remain notorious in history!