Stories of State-Sanctioned Abuse, Murder Highlight Importance of First Amendment

As Beijing staged a dazzling $100 million spectacle hosting the Winter Olympics last year, Ji Yunzhi lay dying up north in a Chinese hospital. She had a mere breath left after the rounds of torture inflicted on her, hoping to scare her into renouncing her faith.
Iron ankle fetters and handcuffs chained her to the hospital bed where she spent the last month of her life, with a rubber tube forced up her nose.
The 65-year-old died 48 days after her arrest and detention on the Lunar Chinese New Year, one of a string of mental and physical abuses she had suffered over the more than two decades past…. Source

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