【禁聞】萬聖節求救信 引出《馬三家咆哮》

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【新唐人2014年12月25日訊】不知您是否記得,一封來自中國勞教所的求救信,藏在萬聖節裝飾品中飄洋過海,四年後的2012年,才在當年的萬聖節在美國被發現,震驚全球。這個故事其實還有後續,這封求救信的作者,和前《紐約時報》攝影記者、中國記錄片製作人杜斌,還有一段不解之緣。

這段不解之緣,在「萬聖節求救信事件」後,神奇的把杜斌和求救信的作者張先生聯繫到了一起。

記者:「這個故事很神奇?」

北京作家杜斌:「其實神奇是神奇,神奇之中我覺得更重要的就是他跟我相遇了。實際上,這個寫求救信的人,他就是我的朋友。他找我應該是在《俄勒岡日報》刊登這個文章的第三天、第四天找到的。他就告訴我說,那個東西你看見了麼,在網上的那個新聞。我說看見了,他說,你知道這個寫求救信的人是誰嗎?我說當然想知道,我說一直有這個願望我說我在想辦法呢,如何找到這個人。他說,就是我。」

身為新聞人的杜斌,把這次重逢稱為是「上天送的禮物」。可是,當他開始深入了解朋友的故事,卻不得不面對令人震驚的殘酷。張先生在勞教所的29個月中,有10個月在受酷刑,是當時在馬三家勞教所受酷刑最嚴重的人之一。

杜斌:「比方說有大掛,抻刑,死人床,灌食還有精神折磨,全都用上了。他提到的那裏面的一些酷刑,其中就是比較糟糕的就是精神折磨。它有個專業術語叫『神經摘除』。就是把你的所有的感覺神經全部摘除了,摘除了之後你就像個動物一樣,像個機器人一樣,像個橡皮人一樣,沒有知覺。」

杜斌把張先生的故事整理成了新書——《馬三家咆哮》,今年12月在香港出版。書中以第一人稱的筆觸,再現了張先生在馬三家勞教所經歷的恐怖酷刑,寫求救信的驚險歷程,以及在非人的困境中,依靠著生存下來的力量。

杜斌:「在那種環境下,他是這樣說的,我以前是一個貪生怕死的人,我之所以能夠倖存下來,就是因為我修煉法輪功。我說,你能不能告訴我,你在修煉中,有沒有哪句話激勵著你,一直能夠活下來?他說有,『放下生死你就是神,放不下生死你就是人』。他說,就這句話。」

這是繼《天安門屠殺》、《陰道昏迷:馬三家女子勞教所的酷刑倖存者證詞》等書之後,杜斌出版的第11本書。杜斌還拍攝過記錄片《小鬼頭上的女人》,揭露馬三家勞教所酷刑。因為經常「挖政府傷疤」,杜斌本人也在去年5月31號被北京國保秘密抓捕,關押37天,之後取保候審一年,行動受到限制。作為一個生活在中國大陸的人,杜斌為甚麼敢碰這個?他一直說,其實做這些,只是出於非常基本的理由。

杜斌:「第一個,我覺得我們就是一個人,我想知道人在這種極端困境下如何生存?都在想甚麼?第二個就是,我們不是動物,也不是畜生,用這種非人的手段來對人,我覺得是我永遠都不能接受的。」

馬三家勞教所曾經被中共高層樹立為「典型」,積纍迫害法輪功的所謂「經驗」向中國其他關押法輪功學員的勞教所及監獄推廣。儘管馬三家勞教所被中共當局在去年底宣佈取消勞教制度後改名。不過英國《路透社》去年12月說,許多中國勞教所,沒有按照共產黨11月宣佈的那樣被廢除,而是被轉變成強制戒毒中心,在這裏囚犯可以未經審判被關押兩年,甚至更久。

而一直關注法輪功受迫害狀況的美國《明慧網》今年12月10號報導,根據今年1月到11月底的信息統計,新確認法輪功學員被迫害致死至少92人。

採訪/梁珍 編輯/尚燕 後製/舒燦

Book: “Masanjia Roaring" Published After Halloween SOS

Do you remember the SOS letter from a Chinese labor camp,
that was found hidden in some Halloween decorations?
The product was shipped overseas and the letter discovered
four years later in 2012 in America, shocking the world.
Well, the story has gone further…it turns out that Mr Zhang,
who had written the letter, has a close tie with Mr Du Bin,
a former New York Times photojournalist and Chinese
documentary writer and filmmaker.

Their enduring bond has magically reconnected the two
together after the Halloween SOS letter emerged.

Reporter: “This story is miraculous?"

Mr Du Bin, Beijing writer: “Actually, it is indeed miraculous,
but more importantly, it’s the fact that he met with me;
the person who wrote the SOS letter is my friend."

“It was three or four days after the article was published
in the Oregon Daily that he visited me."
“He asked me if I’d seen the news article online
and if I knew who’d written the letter."
“I replied, ‘I’ve always had a desire to look for
the author of the letter,’ and he said, ‘it’s me.’"

As a journalist, Du Bin called the reunion a “gift from heaven"
—but as he began to understand his friend’s story,
he had to face its shocking cruelty.

Mr. Zhang had suffered 10 months of cruel torture during
a term of 29 months of being persecuted in a labor camp.
He’d been one of those who had received the worst,
cruellest of tortures in the Masanjia Labor Camp.

Du Bin: “He endured torture like being hanged, stretched,
being put on the ‘death bed’, force-fed, and mental torture."
“Mental torture is one of the worst—it has a professional
term: ‘nerve removed’—to remove all your sensory nerves,
so you become like an animal, a robot, or a rubber person
without consciousness."

Based on Mr Zhang’s story, Du Bin wrote a book called
“Masanjia Roaring", which has been published in Hong Kong.
The book is written in first person narrative, reliving
the horrific tortures of the Masanjia Labor Camp and
the writing of the SOS letter, and telling the power of living
through such an inhuman plight with a strength to survive.

Du Bin: “Under that environment, he said,
he used to be a cowardly person."
“But the reason he could survive the persecution
was because he practices Falun Gong.”
“I said, ‘Can you tell me, in your practice of Falun Gong,
were there any words that encouraged you to survive?’"
“He said, ‘Yes—If you can let go of life and death, you’re
a God; if you can’t let go of life and death, you’re a human—
this is the difference (by Mr Li Hongzhi, Teaching the Fa
in New York City, March 23, 1997)."

Du Bin also wrote “Tiananmen Massacre" and “Vagina coma:
Survivors’ Testimonies of Tortures in Masanjia Labor Camp",
and filmed the documentary, “Women on the Small Devil’s
Head", which also exposes the tortures in Masanjia.
Du Bin was himself arrested on May 31 by Beijing’s State
Security Bureau for “exposing the scars of the government".
After being detained for 37 days, Du Bin was on bail for
one year and his freedom was limited.
As a person living in mainland China,
why does Du Bin dare to touch this matter?

Du Bin: “Firstly, I think, as a person I want to know, how can
a person survive under such extreme circumstances?…
What was going through their mind?"

“Secondly, we are not animals nor beasts—how can there be
such inhuman ways to treat others?—I will never accept it."

The Masanjia Labor Camp was set up by the Chinese
Communist Party (CCP) as the “best place of practice" for
persecuting the Falun Gong.

The camp has accumulated so-called “experience",
which they apply to other labor camps and prisons,
where Falun Gong practitioners are confined.

Although the CCP had declared they would abolish the labor
camp system last November, the British Reuters says many
Chinese labor camps have remained in operation under
differing names, like forced drug stopping centres, where
those detained can be held for 2 years or longer.

The U.S. Minghui website reported on Dec. 10 that from
January to November, 2014, newly confirmed cases of death
of persecuted Falun Gong practitioners reached 92 persons.

Interview/LiangZhen Edit/ShangYan Post-Production/ShuCan

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