(Clearwisdom.net) Ms. Song Caiping, in her sixties, is a practitioner from Dalian City, Liaoning Province. Guards at Hohhot Women's Forced Labor Camp have tried to poison her several times by putting unknown drugs into her drinking cup and eating bowl.

On the evening of April 28, 2008, Ms. Song received a phone call from a family member while she was at the labor camp. When she said the words "hell on earth," indicating the treatment she received at the labor camp, Huang Xuhong, head of the No.3 division at the labor camp, immediately snatched the phone from her hand. He then proceeded to shout at her for about two hours. The next morning, Huang Xuhong took Ms. Song to a storage room and locked her in the dark. They did not allow her to eat, drink, take a shower or wash her clothes. She was later handcuffed and forced to stand up in the room for seven consecutive days. The guards also tried to force her to write a guarantee statement to stop practicing Falun Gong.

Officials from the labor camp said that Ms. Song had a problem with her heart and that she had high blood pressure. They tried to force her to take drugs, but Ms. Song refused. Huang Xuhong then ordered an inmate to put drugs into her drinking cup. Ms. Song knew about this and didn't drink from the cup. In the early morning of May 4, 2008, Ms. Song found unknown drugs in her breakfast, and refused to eat it.

A guard went into Ms. Song's cell to check up on her several times starting from around 12:00 a.m. on May 12, 2008. When Ms. Song appeared to be asleep, the guard tried to take Ms. Song's cup from under her bed. But the guard quickly left when Ms. Song suddenly awoke. The guard then ordered an inmate to put the drugs in Ms. Song's cup. But Ms. Song was aware of what they were doing, and stopped drinking the boiled water she was given. An inmate tried to put some drugs in her cup again on May 19, 2008.

Ms. Song went on a hunger strike to protest her persecution on April 22, 2009, and requested to see the head of the labor camp and the prosecutor from the Procuratorate. The guards not only refused her requests but also locked her in solitary confinement to punish her.

At lunch time on May 4, 2009, Ms. Song felt that her food tasted very strange, so she quickly spat it out. She threw it out the window, and later found many dead flies around the food that she'd thrown out. This further led her to believe that the food was poisoned.

Ms. Song was finally able to report the abuse at the labor camp and the attempts to poison her to a prosecutor from Xiaoheihe Procuratorate in Inner Mongolia. But still nothing has been done to stop the abuse.