【禁闻】万圣节求救信 引出《马三家咆哮》

FacebookPrintFont Size繁体
下载视频
请点击右键,选择“另存为”下载视频。如遇到问题,请发邮件至:editor@ntdtv.com

【新唐人2014年12月25日讯】不知您是否记得,一封来自中国劳教所的求救信,藏在万圣节装饰品中飘洋过海,四年后的2012年,才在当年的万圣节在美国被发现,震惊全球。这个故事其实还有后续,这封求救信的作者,和前《纽约时报》摄影记者、中国记录片制作人杜斌,还有一段不解之缘。

这段不解之缘,在“万圣节求救信事件”后,神奇的把杜斌和求救信的作者张先生联系到了一起。

记者:“这个故事很神奇?”

北京作家杜斌:“其实神奇是神奇,神奇之中我觉得更重要的就是他跟我相遇了。实际上,这个写求救信的人,他就是我的朋友。他找我应该是在《俄勒冈日报》刊登这个文章的第三天、第四天找到的。他就告诉我说,那个东西你看见了么,在网上的那个新闻。我说看见了,他说,你知道这个写求救信的人是谁吗?我说当然想知道,我说一直有这个愿望我说我在想办法呢,如何找到这个人。他说,就是我。”

身为新闻人的杜斌,把这次重逢称为是“上天送的礼物”。可是,当他开始深入了解朋友的故事,却不得不面对令人震惊的残酷。张先生在劳教所的29个月中,有10个月在受酷刑,是当时在马三家劳教所受酷刑最严重的人之一。

杜斌:“比方说有大挂,抻刑,死人床,灌食还有精神折磨,全都用上了。他提到的那里面的一些酷刑,其中就是比较糟糕的就是精神折磨。它有个专业术语叫‘神经摘除’。就是把你的所有的感觉神经全部摘除了,摘除了之后你就像个动物一样,像个机器人一样,像个橡皮人一样,没有知觉。”

杜斌把张先生的故事整理成了新书——《马三家咆哮》,今年12月在香港出版。书中以第一人称的笔触,再现了张先生在马三家劳教所经历的恐怖酷刑,写求救信的惊险历程,以及在非人的困境中,依靠着生存下来的力量。

杜斌:“在那种环境下,他是这样说的,我以前是一个贪生怕死的人,我之所以能够幸存下来,就是因为我修炼法轮功。我说,你能不能告诉我,你在修炼中,有没有哪句话激励着你,一直能够活下来?他说有,‘放下生死你就是神,放不下生死你就是人’。他说,就这句话。”

这是继《天安门屠杀》、《阴道昏迷:马三家女子劳教所的酷刑幸存者证词》等书之后,杜斌出版的第11本书。杜斌还拍摄过记录片《小鬼头上的女人》,揭露马三家劳教所酷刑。因为经常“挖政府伤疤”,杜斌本人也在去年5月31号被北京国保秘密抓捕,关押37天,之后取保候审一年,行动受到限制。作为一个生活在中国大陆的人,杜斌为什么敢碰这个?他一直说,其实做这些,只是出于非常基本的理由。

杜斌:“第一个,我觉得我们就是一个人,我想知道人在这种极端困境下如何生存?都在想什么?第二个就是,我们不是动物,也不是畜生,用这种非人的手段来对人,我觉得是我永远都不能接受的。”

马三家劳教所曾经被中共高层树立为“典型”,积累迫害法轮功的所谓“经验”向中国其他关押法轮功学员的劳教所及监狱推广。尽管马三家劳教所被中共当局在去年底宣布取消劳教制度后改名。不过英国《路透社》去年12月说,许多中国劳教所,没有按照共产党11月宣布的那样被废除,而是被转变成强制戒毒中心,在这里囚犯可以未经审判被关押两年,甚至更久。

而一直关注法轮功受迫害状况的美国《明慧网》今年12月10号报导,根据今年1月到11月底的信息统计,新确认法轮功学员被迫害致死至少92人。

采访/梁珍 编辑/尚燕 后制/舒灿

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

相关文章
评论