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Story of the Human rights lawyer Yulan Ni in China
Yulan Ni was once a human rights lawyer residing in the capitol of China: Beijing. When her neighbors' house was confronted with forced demolishment and removal to make way for the Olympic, she took pictures for evidence and was arrested. She was beaten to handicapped and kept in jail without trial and without cure to her wounds for over a year. When she finally got out of jail, her handicap was permanent.
She stayed free until 2008, when her own home became the demolition target. When the policeman (Xiao Wei, male) took off her pants and tried to harass her, she resisted. Handicapped, Ni was accused as attacking the police and put in jail for two years this time.
In the prison, she was denied usage of a walking stick by the guards and had to crawl on the floor to go to restroom and to attend forced labors.
When she finally got out of the prison, her belongings are all lost together with her house. She and her husband are currently living in a tent near a park in the Capitol of China.