China law firm recounts torture underneath Xi's 'war on legislation

China law firm recounts torture underneath Xi's 'war on legislation

For Xie Yanyi it was not the bodily abuse that was the hardest to endure - even though his record of the deliberate cruelties inflicted upon him is extended.He was stored in a pressure position, crouched on a low stool, from 06:00 in the early morning until 22:00 at night.After fifteen times like this, he tells me, his legs went numb and he experienced issues urinating.At instances he was denied meals and was subjected to gruelling interrogations for "dozens of several hours" on finish.He was crushed.And vidfox was viewed while he slept, with his guards insisting that he retained the same sleeping position all night time.But harder to bear than all of this, Mr Xie insists, was the time expended in solitary confinement."I was retained by yourself in a tiny place and saw no daylight for 50 % a yr. I had practically nothing to go through, nothing to do but to sit on that minimal stool.""Individuals could go mad in that situation. I was isolated from the entire world. This is torture - the isolation is much more painful than being crushed."Although impossible to validate, his account tallies with other studies of the suffering endured under the so-named "war on regulation", launched throughout the Chinese Leader Xi Jinping's very first five several years in business office.

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