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Guard from Beijing Tuanhe Forced Labor Camp Admits to Putting Drugs into Falun Gong Practitioners' Meals

March 02, 2010 |   By a Falun Gong practitioner in China

(Clearwisdom.net) I know many guards who work at the forced labor camps and prisons, including Tuanhe Forced Labor Camp in Beijing, Beijing Women's Forced Labor Camp, Tuanhe Forced Labor Deployment Department, and Beijing Women's Prison. Two years ago, a guard from the Tuanhe Forced Labor Camp personally told me, "Guards at the forced labor camp put drugs into Falun Gong practitioners' meals," and that he himself also did so.

I asked him, "What sort of drugs?" He told me they used something like an antihypertensive. I asked him again, "Are you sure that you don't use poison? Aren't those the drugs that can destroy the central nervous system?" He replied, "I'm not sure." I then said to him, "I have read news about it on the Minghui website. The report mentions that the guards from Tuanhe Forced Labor Camp in Beijing and Beijing Women's Forced Labor Camp use drugs to persecute Falun Gong practitioners, causing them mental trauma. Righteous people all over the world are now collecting evidence of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) using drugs to persecute practitioners in forced labor camps and prisons."

From talking to this guard, I learned that practitioners who are unlawfully detained have symptoms which are entirely caused by the drugs administered by guards. This is especially the case for practitioners who are examined by doctors in the forced labor camp.

I told this guard not to use the drugs anymore because it is absolutely unlawful.

The guard asked me, "Will I obtain good fortune if I protect Falun Gong practitioners?" I replied, "Those who protect practitioners and uphold the righteousness of Falun Dafa will obtain great fortune in the future."

This guard is very smart and has a sense of justice. He had already quit the CCP-affiliated organizations and positioned himself in a good place for the future.