(Clearwisdom.net) Innocent practitioners continue to be detained in the Changchun Heizuizi Women's Forced Labor Camp. Selected details:

1. Ms. Rong Chunling, 55 years old, is from the Quanan suburb of Songyuan City. She was illegally detained in Heizuizi Women's Forced Labor Camp. Her release date was the end of May 2008. Instead of regaining her freedom, she was detained in a detention center by local police officers without any warrant or reason. Then she was taken to a forced labor camp for an additional one year and nine months. She is forced to do hard labor for around ten hours daily. In December 2008, she had high blood pressure of over 200. On February 13, 2008, and again one month later, she was in a faint for close to six minutes. The guards claimed that she could not see a doctor because of the CCP's two meetings. Besides, she was forced to work for ten hours daily.

In May 2008, when Ms. Rong Chunling suffered a stroke, the director of Quanan Town, Songyuan City, did not allow her to be released for medical care.

2. Mr. Wang Bing has been detained in Heizuizi Forced Labor Camp since April 20, 2006. He was not released at the end of his sentence because he refused to to forced labor.

3. Ms. Zhang Yin, who is vision disabled, is from Siping City in Jilin Province. She was employed at the Jilin City bus station. Under existing law, a disabled person is not taken to a forced labor camp. The CCP minions took her to the No. 3 Ward in Heizuizi Labor Camp and forced her to perform hard labor.

4. After guard Jiang was transferred from No. 1 to No. 3 Ward in the Changchun camp, the amount of time practitioners have to do forced labor was extended and holidays and breaks were eliminated. Everyone has to get up 5:20 a.m. and breakfast at 7:15 a.m. Then, they work until 7:15 p.m., with one hour break at noon. It does not matter if they are too tired or sick, they have to work, even the elderly.

5. From February to March 2009, Heizuizi Labor Camp inmates had to eat only dried ice cabbage, carrots, and potatoes or sour cabbage for dinner.

6. Based on existing law, food for inmates at the forced labor camp must meet National Industry standards. For those who do not perform forced labor, the food must be at local people's standard.

Based on forced labor camp regulations, visitors may bring any type of nutritious food. But, since January 2009, it is forbidden to bring sausage or fried fish in sealed containers. Since March, no salted vegetables may be brought into the camp.

Heizuizi Women's Forced Labor Camp om Changchun City:

Team Lead: Shen, Minglian
Nurses: Huo Yan and Jin Lihua
Work leaders: Jiang Lijun, Xi Guirong and Yue (surname)
No.1 team guide: Zang Lin
No.2 team guide: Sun Jia
No.3 team guide: Zou Xia

May 3, 2009