By Fei Pu
(Clearwisdom.net) Throughout history, depriving people of toilet use has not generally been used as a torture method. However, during the persecution of Falun Gong by the Communist regime, use of a toilet is no longer considered a basic right.
Toilet access in Division 2 at the Shandong Province Second Women’s Forced Labor Camp is highly restricted. Guards require inmates to relieve their bladders in groups. Additional requests are needed for bowel movements. The request has to be worded according to a proscribed system: “Madam, I have a request.” The guard asks, “What is it?” “I want to have a bowel movement.” When the guard is in a good mood, she may say, “Go ahead.” Sometimes the guard gives the detainee a hard time by requiring her to sing a song, such as “the CCP is good”, or “socialism is good”. If the detainee refuses, she…
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