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Dafa Practitioner Wang Xin of Jiangxi Province Tortured to Death

September 15, 2001 |   An insider in China

(Clearwisdom.net) At around 7:00 pm on July 2, 2001, Dafa practitioner Wang Xin from Nanchang City, Jiangxi Province left this world after suffering from a variety of tortures at the second labor camp in Nanchang city. Wang's family said the criminals who tortured Wang to death did not receive any official punishment for their brutal actions.

Wang Xin, male, 28, started to practice Falun Dafa in 1999. In late 1999, he was detained for the first time because he went to Beijing to appeal. Soon afterwards, he was released. In 2000, he was detained once again for going to a city to share experiences with other practitioners. Later that year he was sentenced to 2 years in a labor camp and sent to the second labor camp.

In 2000, to protest the torture by the labor camp, Wang Xin went on his first hunger strike that lasted for over 60 days.

In late May 2000, the guard in the labor camp beat Wang Xin for no reason and also prevented him from practicing Dafa exercises. Once again, Wang went on a hunger strike to protest. Soon, he was taken to the labor camp hospital for forced feeding and transfusion. At around 3:00 pm on July 2, the guard informed Wang's family that Wang was dying. Wang's family immediately took Wang to the provincial hospital for emergency treatment.

According to Wang's family, Wang Xin had only one breath left when he was admitted to the hospital. He passed away at around 7:00 pm the same evening.

The doctor at the provincial hospital said Wang Xin wouldn't have died if he were sent to hospital earlier, since he did not have serious illness.

Wang's family said that Wang Xin lived a miserable life in the labor camp. However, the criminals in the labor camp who tortured Wang did not receive any official punishment for their role in Wang's death.

The means that the labor camp used to torture Dafa practitioners are extremely despicable.

Phone numbers of the second team in Nangchang labor camp: 86-791-3892247; 86-791-3801244