Mr. Bai Xiaojun, a lecturer at the China Northeast Normal University was tortured by police in the Weizigou Labor Camp and Chaoyanggou Labor Camps in Changchun, Jilin Province. In July, he died from the tortures he had endured.

His younger brother, Mr. Bai Shaohua is currently being tortured in the infamous Tuanhe Forced Labor Camp in Beijing. Since learning of the death of one son and the detention and torture of another son, their mother, who is in her 70s, has fallen seriously ill.

Some significant events that led to the death of Mr. Bai Xiaojun:

  1. Mr. Bai went to Beijing to appeal on July 18, 2000. He was arrested and sent to the Fenjin Forced Labor Camp in Changchun City, Jilin Province from August 2000 until April 2001. He was held in the Jilin Provincial Police Hospital more than one month, after he developed severe scabies during his torture.
  2. He was illegally detained in the Weizigou Labor Camp in Changchun City, Jilin Province from April 11, 2001 until February 12, 2002, an extension of his original term by more than 7 months.
  3. On the eve of the Chinese New Year on February 12, 2002, the day his labor camp term was to finally end, he was detained in the Xinglongshan Brainwashing Base for one month, and later detained in the Changchun City No. 3 Detention Center for approximately another month.
  4. In April 2002, he was again sentenced to a forced labor camp for 3 years, and detained in Team No. 4 of the Chaoyanggou Labor Camp in Changchun City. The Team Leader was Fu Guohua. By the end of June 2003, after having been so severely beaten that he could not eat, he was transferred to Team No.1.
  5. Mr. Bai died on July 18, 2003 in the Changchun City Lazaretto.

Phone numbers of parties involved in the persecution:

Mr. Bai Xiaojun's employer: 86-431-5269341

Security Office of the University he worked for: 86-431-5709657 or 5269940

"610 Office" in his University: 86-431-5269610

University's Main Office: 86-431-5269166 or 5268278 or 5268378 or 5268478.

Weizigou Labor Camp Director, Wang Xiaoming's: 86-431-51959

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