【禁闻】黑监狱犹在 访民“冤遇”何时了?

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【新唐人2011年8月13日讯】进京上访,往往是冤民昭雪无门,希望进京信访解决问题。但很多访民到北京后,问题得不到解决却落入黑监狱,受到粗暴对待,完全失去了人权。有的被遣返原籍直接“劳动教养”,更是有冤难申。有评论认为,要杜绝“黑监狱”,当局必须退回监管者的角色,而不是“控制者的角色”。

在“安元鼎保安公司”开设的“黑监狱”被打掉后不到一年,北京再现“黑监狱”。连日来,“北京再现安元鼎”的消息被多家媒体曝光。

“黑监狱”是指那些保安公司,或者各省地方官员设置的,专门用来非法关押来京上访者的地方。

江苏徐州访民薛文霞,因为丈夫冤死上访了14年,遭到多次关押。今年7月28号晚上,薛文霞和同伴杨玲一起被抓走。

薛文霞(江苏徐州访民):“我们上厕所,被当地驻京买通的不知是哪里人,弄去了面包车。四个人把我们摁脑袋低(头),当时就燎我们两个女性脸上火。问你还来北京上访不?政府黑就黑,政府就是不让人告状,就是你们的政府叫我来逮人的。”

薛文霞回忆,她们被多次换车后,才送到一间“黑窝”。她们还被多次殴打。

《瞭望》新闻周刊去年披露,各省市在京设立的、针对上访人员的临时劝返场所,有73处,有的是农民的出租屋,有的是宾馆、旅店、招待所。

中共当局今年一月出台所谓“各地驻京办管理政策”,命令在半年内撤销数千家驻京办,但“黑监狱”的问题,并没有因为撤销驻京办而消失或减少。

河南访民李春霞证实,黑监狱到处都是,几乎所有访民都被关过黑监狱,甚至有访民被关了200多天。

李春霞(河南访民):“每个省、每个市都有黑监狱。08年以来,就让我关在黑监狱。有个黑监狱设在北京,有个黑监狱设在外地。我光在当地黑监狱关我6、7次,然后在北京黑监狱关了一次。我是怀着孕就被关了黑监狱里。”

李春霞还表示,在黑监狱中,访民的通信工具被收走,没有任何自由,黑保安随便可以殴打访民。

黑龙江被强拆住房的访民张宝珠透露,北京南站的上访群众当中,每位访民都有被拘留、教养、被闷黑监狱的情况。她也不例外。

张宝珠(黑龙江访民):“我的房子被强拆了,一分也不给补偿,政府官员侵占。完了我不服上北京告状。告状之后,在04年11月份,用顾黑保安,在中纪委门口7、8小伙子把我抓住摁住车里。抓回去把我扔到拘留所,最后扔到看守所,判我三年教养。”

关注中国民众权利的“民生观察工作室”负责人刘飞跃对《美国之音》表示:驻京办在明处,黑监狱在暗处,正因为在暗处,黑监狱就很多,也无法统计。根据他的了解,将访民和异议人士送入黑监狱和精神病院的做法,非常普遍,很多地方当局就是用这种手段,设法临时或永久的阻止民众上访。

《南方都市报》对此发表社论指出,恐怖的“黑监狱”聚集太多人性的阴暗与制度的丑恶,它的存在是上访者的梦魇,也是执政者的耻辱,更是这个时代道德底线被冲破的明证。要割断“黑监狱”出现的利益链条,政府在制度层面必须退回监管者、协调者的角色,而不是“控制者的角色”。

不过,一些长期冤屈得不到解决的访民,也欣喜听到了一个令他们振奋的消息:日前,在《大纪元退党网站》上公开声明退党、退团、退队的“三退”人数,已经超过了一亿人。

上海拆迁户访民代表张君伟对此表示,共产党比秦始皇还要暴政,中国的老百姓像被关在笼子里的动物,任人宰割。共产党又好比寄生虫吸老百姓的血,人民对它恨之入骨。越来越多人退党,代表越来越多人唾弃共产党,它解体在即,希望更多的中国人赶快公开声明“三退”。

新唐人记者代静、宋风、郭敬采访报导。

Illegal Prisons for Petitioners

Petitioners go to Beijing from other places,
in the hope to redress their injustices.
However, many people didn’t get their problems resolved,
but instead were manhandled in illegal prisons.
They completely lost their human rights.

Some were repatriated to their hometown
and directly to “reeducation through labor camps,"
Thus, it is even more difficult to redress their injustices.

Some commentators believe that to eradicate illegal prisons,

the authorities must take the role of a monitor,
instead of the role of a master.

After the “illegal prison” set up by Anyuanding Security
Company was destroyed less than a year ago,
“illegal prisons" in Beijing are found and reported by media.

“Illegal prisons" refer to those places used to imprison
petitioners coming to Beijing.
They are set up by security companies or local authorities.

Xue Wenxia, from Xuzhou, Jiangsu, has been petitioning for
14 years for her husband’s tragic death.
She has been repeatedly imprisoned.

On July 28, 2011, along with another petitioner Yang Ling
Xue was taken prisoner.

Xue Wenxia (Petitioner): “We went to use a public restroom.
Some unknown people forced us into a van.
Four people pressed lower our heads and torched our faces.
They yelled, will you still appeal in Beijing?
Your local government is dark and disallows people to petition.
Your government told us to arrest you. “

Xue recalled that, they were transferred few times and
finally sent to an “illegal jail." They were beaten repeatedly.

Outlook news weekly revealed in 2010 that

provinces set up temporary locations in Beijing
persuade the petitioners to return to their home provinces.
There were 73 locations in total,
including farm houses, hotels and guest houses.

In January, 2011, the authorities issued the so-called
“Administration Policies of Provincial Offices in Beijing."
They ordered the removal of thousands of these offices
within six months, but this didn’t help the illegal jail issue.

Li Chunxia, a petitioner from Henan, confirmed that
the illegal prisons are everywhere.
Almost all petitioners have been held in illegal jails,
and some were even detained for more than 200 days.

Li Chunxia: “Every province, every city has illegal jails.
I have been in and out of these illegal jails since 2008.
I was put in the local illegal jails for 6 to 7 times,
and once in an illegal prison in Beijing.
I was imprisoned, when I was pregnant. “

Li said that petitioners’ communication tools are taken away
in the illegal jails. There was no freedom there.
And the security guards could beat the petitioners at will.

Zhang Baozhu, a petitioner from Heilongjiang, had her house
forcefully demolished, said that
every petitioner living at Beijing South Railway Station,
has been detained, brain washed and sent to illegal prisons.

Zhang Baozhu: “My house was demolished by local officials,
and they gave me no compensation at all.
I went to Beijing to petition. In November 2004,
I was trapped by illegal security guards hired by officials
at the gate of the Central Discipline Inspection Commission.

Seven or eight young men threw me into a van.
I was detained and sentenced to three years in prison. “

Liu Feiyue, head of the Civil Rights & Livelihood Watch,
a human rights organization, told Voice of America that
the illegal jails are operating in the dark,
thus there are no statistics about them.
He said it is very common for local authorities to send
petitioners to illegal jails and psychiatric hospitals,
to prevent them from petitioning temporarily or permanently.

Southern Metropolis Daily published an editorial saying that
horrible illegal jails reflect the ugliness of the current system.
Their existence is a nightmare for the petitioners,
and also the shame of those in power.
They are the proof of the moral decay of this era.

To eliminate illegal jails, the authorities must take the role of
a monitor, instead of the role of a master.

But some petitioners with long-term unresolved grievances
happily received good news from the Epoch Times:
Recently, more than 100 million people have publicly
announced their withdrawal from the CCP.

Shanghai Petitioner Zhang Junwei stated that the Communist
Party is even worse than the tyrannical First Emperor.
The Chinese people are like animals locked in a cage,
subject to the authorities’ slaughter.
It is just like a parasite sucking people’s blood,
Chinese people hate the Communist Party so much.
Now, more and more people quit the party,
which will be disintegrated soon.
I hope more Chinese people will soon publicly
quit the Chinese Communist Party."

NTD reporters Dai Jing, Song Feng and Guo Jing

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