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Contact: Committee For Investigation On Persecution Of Religion Letter 3 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 29 January 2002

Mr Bob Fu, Executive Director
Tel: 215-886-5210(Day/Night)
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Letter III:


Your daughter has left home for several months and I've been missing you very much. A few words cannot express my feelings. I was arrested together with Ge on the bus and we were taken to the Jinmen Police School at about 4:00 pm to be interrogated. I was on the lower floor while Ge was taken to the upper floor. They asked me about my name and address but I didn't say anything because they had known our names, addresses and identification when they arrested us. So they hit my mouth and whipped me with a belt. They forced me to kneel on the floor facing the wall to think until about 7:00 pm. During that time, I heard the noise of fetters now and then (Gen was shackled at that time). She was probably being beaten, I thought. Since they lacked personnel, I was taken to the detention place but Ge was kept there. After that, I was interrogated twice at the Jinmen Number One Detention house.

Every time, they cuffed my hands behind my back and kicked me the whole time. From October 13 to 14, since they hadn't got much from me, and also for their convenience, they took me to another place to question me. The first time, they took me to the Police School where I was interrogated for two whole days. They were very cruel. At daytime they questioned me, and in the afternoon I was locked there. The interrogation officially started in the evening. As soon as I entered the interrogation room, a thirty-year-old man shouted: "He (referring to the one who took notes) is off today. This is my part, and I'm in charge of beating." Upon that he hit my leg with force. In the evening they started asking me questions.

However, before I got a chance to reply, they said: "Let's conquer him first." They handcuffed my hands behind my back. That torture was not enough for them. They put a number of books between my back and my hands and tightened the handcuffs. When they saw that I couldn't take it any longer, they loosed the handcuffs. However they put more books within five minutes and repeated this torture more than ten times. They were still not satisfied with that, so they tied me up with ropes as if I was going to be shot. I told them that they were using torture to force me to talk. They said that they could kill me without causing any problem. What could happen to us if we beat a person to death in Zhong Xiang? They did not only torture, but also insulted me. A man of thirty years old tied my hair and pressed hard on my shoulder saying that he was giving me a message. When I cried, they threatened to take my socks off to push them into my mouth. My suffering was not so bad compared with the other people who were also locked up with me.

In Shayang Detention house, Jing's fingers were turning back because the police beat her fingers with handcuffs and her hair was almost all pulled off. Jin was locked up in Jinmen Dentention house. On October 9th and 10th Jing was taken to the Police School to be interrogated, where she suffered more beating. Her hands were tied behind her back by handcuffs and a beer bottle was put between her back and hands. The policemen beat her. When they were tired of beating her with their hands, they grasped a thick stick to hit her legs. The stick broke into two pieces. They got on her legs with their knees. When she returned to the detention house, her legs were so swollen that she could not get into bed or stretch out. All the tortures that the sisters and brothers had endured in Jinmen cannot be described by words.

OK, time is up and I'll stop here. Please take care of yourself.

Ni (bloody finger print)

December 16, 2001

The Committee for the Investigation on Persecution of Religion in China ("CIPRC") is a New York based registered non-profit human right organization. We have been

carrying out a number of activities to further the goal of allowing Chinese house church groups to freely practice their religion within the People's Republic of China. The goals of the CIPRC are to expand knowledge of religious persecution in China through the collection of first hand accounts and to assist tens of thousands of victims of religious persecution that currently live under the in Mainland China. The project that involves most of our resources at the current time relates to persecution of so-called "house church groups" that exist underground throughout China.

Xiqiu(Bob) Fu
750 Limekiln Pike, Glenside, PA19038, USA
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