Mr. Wang Shaoqing from Wucheng County, Shandong Province Died After Being Tortured in Mental Hospital
(Clearwisdom.net) Falun Dafa practitioner Mr. Wang Shaoqing lived in Wucheng County, Dezhou City, Shandong Province. He was tortured in the Wangcun Labor Camp for two years. He was arrested again and tortured in a mental hospital for a year. It caused him to have a nervous breakdown, and he died in July 2005. The details are under investigation.
Mr. Wang Shaoqing, 42, was an Office Director in the Wucheng Second Cotton Factory in Dezhou City. He obtained the Fa in 1996, and was arrested in 2001 for validating Falun Dafa. He was sent to Wangcun Labor Camp (also known as the Shandong Province Second Labor Camp). Inside the camp, Falun Dafa practitioners were forced to get up early in the morning at around 5:30 a.m., and had to labor until 10 p.m., except for meal times, which were as short as a little over ten minutes. The steamed buns they ate were of poor quality, and the vegetable and corn soups were very thin. Their meals had little oil or salt. They only had one piece of preserved radish at breakfast, or ate salt sprinkled on radish greens as dishes. Ten people had to share one little bowl. This life was extremely difficult. Mr. Wang Shaoqing protested and requested the authorities to reduce the labor time and improve the living conditions. As a result, he was placed under "strict control." Prison guards handcuffed him, hung him up by the handcuffs, and tried to force him to "admit his mistakes." He was placed under "strict control" many times because he kept doing the Falun Dafa exercises. During periods of "strict control," he could only have one small corn flour bun and two pieces of preserved vegetable per meal. He was also locked in solitary confinement.
Mr. Wang Shaoqing was released from the labor camp in 2003. He continued clarifying the truth to people and wrote banners to validate Falun Dafa. He was once again arrested after that. He was locked up in a mental hospital for one year, and it made him suffer a nervous breakdown. He died in July 2005.