I Had Lucky Escape

I Had Lucky Escape

by Daily Express

Jennifer Zeng is one of thousands arrested and sent to labour camps for practising Buddhism (Jennifer's note: Actually we were sent there for practicing Falun Gong), the tribunal heard.

Imprisoned for a year 15 miles from Tiananmen Square, she was tortured and forced to write essays renouncing her beliefs.

Jennifer, 52, said, "They deprived us of the very essence of being a human being-the right to our own thoughts and feelings and free will.

"They tortured us, they starved us and the developed a very simple method which was sleep deprivation.

"I heard there was a woman who didn't sleep for 15 days until she collapsed."

Jennifer and inmates were repeatedly given medical checks, including blood tests and X-rays, and she now believes she had a narrow escape from execution when she fled to the US.

She said:"Even though I had suffered so much cruelty, I couldn't believe it.

"when I heard more detailed reports and realized it was true, I realized what a narrow escape I had. After the Second World War, when people heard what happened in the concentration camps, they said 'never again'.

"But it's happening again on such an unprecedented scale."

Daily Express’s report about Jennifer

Daily Express’s report about Jennifer

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