Exclusive disclosure of a secret detention facility of the Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Central Committee in China
On July 9, 2015, authorities of the Chinese Communist government (CCP) had arrested, summoned, detained, verbally warned, made to lose contact, and taken away more than one hundred lawyers, civil rights activists, petitioners and their relatives in as many as 23 provinces. Some people are still missing. This period of crackdowns on activists is known as the “709 incident”.
Many of them were made to disappear.
But where did they go after being made to disappear?
An insider and a rights activist friend secretly visited a clandestine detention facility of the Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Central Committee and brought it to the light.