(Clearwisdom.net) Falun Dafa practitioner Mr. Shou Libin lives in Jiaozuo City, Henan Province. He suffered a nervous breakdown on January 27, 2005 while being detained in the Henan Province Third Labor Camp.

On the afternoon of January 23, 2005, a drug-addicted prisoner slandered Ms. Shou Libin in an attempt to cover up his own drug use. Mr. Shou was detained in the Second Section of the Third Ward. The Second Section Head Zhao Zhimin is the uncle of that drug-addicted prisoner. He did not open an investigation, but cuffed Mr. Shou to a thick tree trunk in front of the First Section Workshop. The tree is very big, and Mr. Shou could not move his body at all. He was cuffed very tightly around the trunk, and was left there to freeze all afternoon until past dinnertime.

On the evening of January 23, 2005, guards brutally beat Mr. Shou in a room next to the First Section, trying to force him to say that he tried to escape. Guard Men Guanglu said, "Let's loosen the ropes so that his wrists won't be injured." Zhao Zhimin answered, "It is okay to injure his wrists." In the next several days, Mr. Shou lost his personal freedom, and was even cuffed to the bed while he slept. He also suffered from frostbite.

When Mr. Shou was seen again on January 27, 2005, around breakfast time, he was suffering from a nervous breakdown and could not take care of himself.

At first the Camp Administration tried to deny that Mr. Shou was having a nervous breakdown, so the Third Ward Head Shi Baolong and Zhao Zhimin took Mr. Shou to Xuchang City Mental Hospital. They shocked him there with electric batons, hoping that his condition would be cured. In February 2005, Department of Justice personnel diagnosed Mr. Shou as having had a nervous breakdown. The Henan Province Third Labor Camp refused to release Mr. Shou, fearing their crimes would be exposed. In order to hide their responsibility for torturing Mr. Shou to the point of having a nervous breakdown, Shi Baolong spread the fabricated rumor that Mr. Shou's family had a history of mental illness.