Thursday, January 14, 2010
Addiction Treatment in China Means Physical Abuse, Forced Labor
Fu Lixin, emotionally exhausted from caring for her sick mother, needed a little pick-me-up. A friend offered her a “special cigarette” — one laced with methamphetamine — and Ms. Fu happily inhaled.
The next day, three policemen showed up at her door.
Drug users forced into addiction rehabilitation by the Chinese government face years of physical abuse and forced labor but get no actual treatment, the New York Times reported Jan. 8.
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1/14/2010 10:42:00 AM
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