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Published on 5/21/2004 Practitioner’s legs and feet are first tied tightly together, with the arms and hands tied behind the back. Then the practitioner’s neck and legs are tied together very tightly, almost causing suffocation. The whole body is then pushed under the bed and several people sit it.
Published on 5/21/2004 Practitioner is hung upside down by his feet, causing his blood to flow to his head. After a long time, it can result in loss of consciousness or even death.
Published on 6/7/2004 One practitioner is suspended in the air for long periods of time and the other’s head is forcefully immersed in a chamber pot.
Published on 6/7/2004 With several men standing on a board, heavy pressure is applied to the lower abdomen of young women practitioners.
Published on 6/7/2004 Practitioner is forced to walk around outside in the wind and snow without shoes or any warm clothes.
Published on 6/7/2004 Practitioner is forced to sit on the "Tiger Bench" and his knees are forcefully pressed down while his feet are elevated on several bricks.
Published on 6/7/2004 Practitioner is burned with lit cigarette and hot iron.
Published on 6/7/2004 Practitioner is suspended in the air and beaten for long periods of time.
Published on 6/7/2004 Several prison guards and criminals tied my hands and feet and forced me down on a board. Then they inserted the tube into my month, and held my mouth open by using a steel expander in order to pour in a corn gruel. They placed the container over six feet high to create the pressure necessary for the feeding.  Steadfast Falun Gong practitioners were force-fed with concentrated salt, irritating chemicals and hot chili pepper mixed with water.
Published on 6/7/2004 Long sharp bammboo sticks are inserted under the fingernails.
Published on 6/7/2004 Two assailants force the legs apart while two others physically assault the practitioner.
Published on 6/7/2004 After being tortured to the point of passing out, practitioners are revived by pouring cold water on them.