China lawyer recounts torture below Xi's 'war on law

China lawyer recounts torture below Xi's 'war on law

For Xie Yanyi it was not the physical abuse that was the hardest to endure - even though his list of the deliberate cruelties inflicted on him is prolonged.He was retained in a tension position, crouched on a lower stool, from 06:00 in the morning right up until 22:00 at night.Soon after Aashiqui like this, he tells me, his legs went numb and he experienced difficulty urinating.At times he was denied foods and was subjected to gruelling interrogations for "dozens of hrs" on stop.He was overwhelmed.And he was viewed whilst he slept, with his guards insisting that he retained the exact same sleeping position all night time.But more difficult to bear than all of this, Mr Xie insists, was the time put in in solitary confinement."I was kept alone in a small space and observed no daylight for 50 % a year. I had practically nothing to go through, absolutely nothing to do but to sit on that lower stool.""Men and women could go mad in that situation. I was isolated from the world. This is torture - the isolation is a lot more painful than being beaten."Even though unattainable to validate, his account tallies with other reviews of the struggling endured under the so-known as "war on law", released for the duration of the Chinese Chief Xi Jinping's 1st 5 a long time in business office.

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