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Chinese nationals living in the U.S. have shared what they claim to be undercover video from a labor camp in China where their family member died 15 years ago after allegedly being persecuted for practicing Falun Gong.
Yifei Wang told Fox News she was with her now deceased sister, Kefei, in Tianenmen Square in Dongcheng, China in 2001 showing their support for the spiritual meditation and breathwork practice which is also referred to as Falun Dafa.
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Both of them were captured and taken to a labor camp, she said, but only Yifei made it out alive with the help of a guard and she and her family were later told Kefei died of a heart attack.
But after seeing her body in the hospital around the time of her death, the family said they became certain she was tortured, and secret video recorded by others shows abusive treatment of people in the camps, with some emaciated, shackled to beds and suffering from legions on their faces and bodies.
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Now, a media company called Swoop Films is working to bring the persecution of Falun Gong worshippers in China to light in a documentary titled, 'Finding Courage.'
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Persecution of Falun Gong followers at the hands of the Communist Party of China, which is the founding and ruling political party of the People's Republic of China, has been well documented.
'Amnesty International has documented severe and widespread human rights violations against Falun Gong practitioners,' Francisco Bencosme, Asia Advocacy Manager for Amnesty International, told Fox.
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'We have documented cases of torture, inhumane practices, lack of freedom of expression, and unfortunately they’re sort of out of sight, out of mind.'
In 2008, Falun Gong was listed by Chinese state media first among 11 groups identified as cults, claiming its subscribers 'have committed many crimes' and...
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