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Wang Qingying is experiencing inhumane abuse in prison

Posted by on 2015/02/24. Filed under Breaking News,China. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

HE’s subjected to arbitrary discipline, and a tyrannical prison guard has beaten him too many times to count

Boxun’s reporter learned that following the revelation on Wednesday February 11, 2015 that Wang Qingying is receiving inhumane treatment in prison, his attorney Sui Muqing again went to the Guangzhou Number One Detention Center to meet with Wang Qingying. He found out that Wang Qingying’s situation has changed and discovered a more serious problem.

According to attorney Sui Muqing, after Wang Qingying entered prison, “Due to being subjected to arbitrary discipline, and a tyrannical prison guard’s abuse, Wang protested and as a result was twice beaten while shackled, one time for threÄ› days and one time for 12 days. He’s been subjected to arbitrary discipline, the tyrannical prison guard’s humiliation and abuse, and beatings too numerous to count.”

Attorney Sui Muqing also revealed that after Wang Qingying entered prison he’s only been allowed to sleep on the concrete floor. This has resulted in so much back pain it’s almost unbearable. He’s also illegally required every day to do a fixed amount of manual labor. He’s also forced to do the dirtiest and lowest status jobs in the prison cell. For example every day he must clean the toilet.

As a result of being subjected to this torture, Wang Qingying’s health is much worse than it was before. The hair on his body has turned noticeably yellow, his toenails are deformed, the soles of his feet often bleed, he has fainted four times, once he was unconscious for one minute and had to be revived, but he’s still not been taken to the hospital for an examination. The reason for his fainting is still unknown.

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