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Mr. Liu Yucai, a Falun Gong Practitioner, was Tortured to Death at Chaoyang Detention Center  
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Liu Yucai, male, 60, resident of North Mayi Village in Panshi City, Jilin Province, China


Location of Torture and Death:

Beijing Chaoyang Detention Center, Beijing Province



            Beijing Chaoyang Detention Center, Beijing Province


A brief report of the incident:


Liu Yucai was a private doctor in North Mayi Village in Panshi City. On October 1, 2000, he went to Beijing to appeal for Falun Gong. He was sent to the Beijing Chaoyang Detention Center and beaten to death.  His family was informed on October 5 that he died of a sudden heart attack, but severe injuries were found on both sides of his chest and around his neck.  His body was cremated on October 6, 2000. 


News Reports:


1. "Three Falun Gong Members Die in Custody," Associated Press (AP), BEIJING 12.10 p.m. ET (1724 GMT) October 30, 2000

2. "Six Falun Gong Members Reported Dead in Chinese Police Detention," Agence France Presse (AFP), BEIJING, October 30, 2000

3. "China: Torture and Deaths Continue," Amnesty International Dublin Central Group News, ACTIVE, December 2000

type=Case,Death; type=Detention Center,Chaoyang Detention Center; location=Beijing

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