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The Walls of the Masanjia Forced Labor Camp Separate Family Members

May 11, 2003 |   By Yinyin


Mother's Day and Father's Day are just around the corner. Parents' love for their children is selfless, and it is a virtue to respect the old and care for the young. However, since Jiang's regime began to persecute Falun Dafa on an unprecedented scale, the tragedy of innocent parents and children being separated occurs in Mainland China all too often.

The heart-breaking scene of two elderly people, lying unconscious outside of Masanjia Forced Labor Camp was startling.

Female Dafa practitioner Luo Li of Liaoyang City, Liaoning Province was illegally kidnapped and sent to Masanjia Forced Labor Camp for her belief in "Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance." Because she was determined to continue practicing Falun Dafa, the policemen did not allow Luo Li's family and relatives to visit her for a long time. Since Luo Li's kidnapping, her aged mother missed her very much and was in constant sorrow. To see her daughter, the old woman, who suffered from chronic pains, travelled a long way from Liaoyang City to Masanjia Labor Camp in Shenyang City, Jilin province. However, the policemen at Masanjia kept the elderly woman out of the gate and did not allow her to visit her daughter. The old woman begged and begged, but to no avail. She cried from grief until she was hoarse. At last, the old woman lost consciousness outside the reception room of the Masanjia Forced Labor Camp...

However, the scene failed to move these policemen of the Masanjia Labor Camp. When the old woman came to, she returned home in despair. Luo Li was released, but was later kidnapped and sent once again to the Masanjia Forced Labor Camp. It again made Luo Li's aged mother suffer from being separated from her daughter.

Female Dafa practitioner Su Juzhen of Huludao City, Liaoning Province was kidnapped and sent to Masanjia Forced Labor Camp for practicing Falun Dafa. Su Juzhen's 80-year-old father went to Masanjia by himself to visit his daughter. However, the high walls of the Masanjia Forced Labor Camp separated more than 40 years of their father-daughter relationship. Though his daughter was still close, it seemed like she was at a remote corner of the earth. Juzhen's father was in deep despair, and in his anguish he tripped and fell. His head struck a rock, drawing blood and knocking him out. When he woke up, the old man had no choice but to give up and go to his other daughter's home. He fell ill upon his arrival.

Due to the persecution being carried out in Masanjia Forced Labor Camp, when Ms. Su was taken back home, people found that Su Juzhen, who was beautiful and had great ability, was covered with injuries and scars. She looked slow-witted, could not speak clearly, had no memory and could not walk. She needed the care of other people even as far as eating meals and going to the toilet. Her father was able to see his daughter out of the prison alive, but his daughter could no longer recognize him.