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Michelle Bachelet, the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, arrived in Guangzhou on the May 23rd, met with Wang Yi, Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister, and started a six-day visit including Xinjiang.  Amnesty International issued a statement on the same day, calling Bachelet’s ‘late visit’ a key opportunity to clarify local human rights violations in Xinjiang and calling on the United Nations to take action to avoid being used by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to cooperate with propaganda and become an accomplice.

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At the same time, foreign media released an earlier document that hackers got from the computer archives of the Xinjiang police department.  After a multi-country investigation and verification, it was found that at least 2,884 photos were taken from January to July of 2018. Among those imprisoned Uyghurs, the youngest one is a 15-year-old girl.  Many detainees are guarded by guards with batons.

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In addition, this batch of documents also includes guidelines specially designed for the police stationed in the concentration camps, one of which states, “If the practitioners do not obey the advice, the police with guns can fire a warning shot.  Guns, police with guns can kill them.”

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In addition, there are some confidential conversations between senior officials, internal police guidelines, details of the detention of more than 20,000 Uyghurs, and photos of highly sensitive locations.  All kinds of evidence show that, in the mouth of the CCP, this ‘re-education camp’, which aims to help Xinjiang people get rid of extremism, is like ‘hell on the earth.’

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However, the CCP still seems to intend to respond with the strategy of ‘opening its eyes and talking nonsense.’  The CCP’s embassy in the United States said in response to the report, “Faced with the severe and complex counter-terrorism situation, Xinjiang has taken a series of decisive and forceful measures.  As a result, there have been no terrorism cases in Xinjiang for several consecutive years, and the local people live safe, happy and fulfilling lives.”

Reference: 
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