Clearwisdom Weekly Persecution News - February 15 ~ 21, 2010
- Former Tsinghua University Student Sustains Nervous Breakdown after Injections of Harmful Drugs (Photos)
Ms. Liu Zhimei was released from the Shandong Province Women's Prison in November 2008, prison officials injected her with a series of narcotic and anti-psychotic drugs. The third day after returning home, she suffered a sudden nervous breakdown. She started talking nonsense and had involuntary body movements, along with memory loss. Over the last year, her condition has not improved.
Pei Fei from Jilin City, Jilin Province describes her experience after being detained last year.
Ms. Gao Qiying dies in February, 2010 after receiving the involuntary injection of unknown drugs at Yangai Prison.
Ms. Huang completed a prison term in the Chongqing Women's Forced Labor Camp on February 3, 2010. After telling her they would take her home, camp officials took her to Yanjia Mental Hospital and had her admitted.
The court sentenced Mr. Liu Deyu in a secret trail and never informed his family. When his wife found what had happened, they only had four days to appeal.
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