Kaiping Forced Labor Camp Hospital, Tangshan City, Hebei Province, Conducts Inhuman Experiments on Practitioners
(Clearwisdom.net) The hospital affiliated with Kaiping Forced Labor Camp in Tangshan City, Hebei Province is a three-story building located in the male prisoners' division of the labor camp. It can accommodate several hundred patients. Such a large hospital, however, has only three directors and three staff members, Li, Wang and Fan. One of the directors, Wang Hongli, is primarily in charge of the arrests and persecution of Falun Gong practitioners.
Since July 1999, the primary role of this hospital is to assist camp authorities in persecuting Falun Gong practitioners. Practitioners who went on hunger strikes were very cruelly treated. Liquified food was forced down their throats and various injections were administered as they were restrained. The hospital chose many prisoners from the general camp population to act as "doctors" and "nurses." They forced practitioners to receive transfusions, injections and force-fed them by forcing tubes through their noses and into their stomachs. These phony doctors and nurses, without any real medical training, didn't care about practitioners' lives, nor did they practice routine hygenic procedures. Whenever practitioners refused to cooperate, police guards would beat or order prisoners to beat and kick the practitioners. A practitioner would be pushed down and held by 8 or 10 prisoners and force-fed the liquified food through a tube inserted in the mouth or nose. They grabbed practitioners by the hair and yanked to pull their heads down. Practitioners lost hair handful by handful.
They inserted a tube into a practitioner's nose. Even when the practitioner's nose was bleeding, they would not stop. Sometimes when the food was regurgitated, it was poured in again. Practitioners were force-fed the liquid food three times a day. They were fed large amounts of this extremely salty food, causing great discomfort to the practitioners. The officials were testing how much the practitioners could endure. Sometimes, they would not feed or allow practitioners to drink during the hottest time of the year to observe their endurance. They treated some practitioners as experimental specimens to find better ways of persecuting practitioners. They put practitioners in extremely dangerous and terrible situations with a total lack of regard for practitioners' lives. On occasion while trying to force injections into practitioners they were unable to find a vein. Then they would repeatedly jab practitioners dozens of times. As a result, their arms were swollen and full of bruises.
To those practitioners who persisted in doing the exercises, jailers would tie them up or hang them from a tree or upper bunk bed. Practitioners were not able to move for long periods of time. This put practitioners in an extremely painful situation.
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