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Police Torture Practitioner Liang Zhenxing by Force -Feeding Him Ten Times Per Day

June 06, 2010 |   By a Clearwisdom correspondent in Jilin Province, China

(Clearwisdom.net) Practitioner Mr. Liang Zhenxing was arrested on February 27, 2002, and was subsequently sentenced to nineteen years in prison. He was detained at Jilin Prison, Tiebei Prison, Sipin Shilingzi Prison, and Gongzhuling Prison. On May 1, 2010, after suffering extremely brutal and prolonged torture, he passed away.

In July 2006, under orders from the Jilin Province 610 Office, Sipin Shilingzi Prison carried out a so-called "Determined-to-Defeat Strategy" to force practitioners to give up their beliefs using various brutal torture methods. In order to protest the persecution, Mr. Liang went on a hunger strike. The prison police, led by Zhu Jiahui and Shen Quanhong, subsequently force-fed him ten times per day using thick tubes inserted through his nose into his stomach. On one occasion, during a violent force-feeding, they severely injured his trachea.

The torture was so devastating that at one point, Mr. Liang Zhenxing could stand it no longer and threw himself into the sharp corner of a window sill covered with ceramic tiles. He had to be rushed to the hospital for brain trauma. Even though his life was in danger, police officers led by Zhu Jiahui and Shen Quanhong still continuously threatened and mentally tortured him.

Shen Quanhong was a former guard at the Heizuizi Forced Labor Camp, and Zhu Jiahui was a former police officer from Changchun City. Since the Chinese Communist Party launched the persecution against Falun Gong practitioners, they took on jobs specifically torturing practitioners. During the past eleven years, they have tortured countless practitioners in prisons, labor camps and brainwashing centers. At Sipin Shilingzi Prison, they once handcuffed practitioners to heating pipes and shocked them with high-voltage electric batons, causing practitioners to lose control of their bodily functions.