(Clearwsidom.net) From the fall of 2006 to April 2007, Suihua Forced Labor Camp officials injected Falun Gong practitioner Kong Lingjin several times with unknown drugs against his will. Kong Lingjin was extremely dizzy following each injection. He could not walk, and his blood pressure reached 250 mmHg. His condition worsened after each injection, to such an extent that he needed two others for almost two months to help him walk before he could walk on his own.

Since the beginning of 2006, Kong Lingjin's family members have repeatedly gone to the labor camp to request his release, but the labor camp has refused each time.

Kong Lingjin, about 56 years old, is a resident of Boli County. He has been imprisoned in Suihua Forced Labor Camp in Heilongjiang Province since 2005. His daily regimen has consisted of daily military marching exercises and slave labor, twelve hours or more every day. Mr. Kong has persecution-induced high blood pressure.

In the fall of 2006 the labor camp officials launched a new round of persecution of Falun Gong practitioners. Because of his high blood pressure, Kong Lingjin could not keep up with the military training. The guards sent Mr. Kong to the camp hospital and forcibly injected him with an unknown drug.

As mentioned above, he felt extremely dizzy afterwards and could not walk steadily. A few days later, deputy division head Long Kuibin abused him verbally, attempting to force him to attend the military drills. When Mr. Kong said he used to be able to walk but after the injection he could barely walk, deputy team head Li Chengchun shouted abuses and stopped Mr. Kong from talking.

Later on, the labor camp officials ordered inmates Hou Shichen and Han Pujiang to inject Mr. Kong with unknown drugs. When Mr. Kong was too dizzy to work on toothpicks, the camp police would not let him rest; instead, they ordered him to pack wooden stools until 8:00 or 9:00 p.m.

In April 2007, he suddenly fainted and fell. The guards took him to the camp hospital and declared that everything was normal. Kong Linjin is currently still forced to work in the camp workshop every day.