More Evidence of China's Oppression of Uyghurs Muslims by Hacking Police Servers

More Evidence of China's Oppression of Uyghurs by Hacking Police Servers
vidence of China's Oppression of Uyghurs

International Military - There is more evidence of the systematic persecution of Uyghurs by the Chinese government. This is evidenced by documents and images, which came from hacked Chinese police servers and through the BBC have been researched.

That's BBC I obtained the documents after hacking the servers of the Chinese police. The "Xianjiang Police File," the document was called by British intermediaries, included tens of thousands of photos of Uyghurs that the Chinese government had put into the camps.

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The Chinese government says the camps are simply "re-education" schools. However, photographs show that the Uyghurs are constantly being watched by armed guards. A document was also found containing instructions to guards to immediately shoot those who tried to flee.

The government pointed out that Uyghurs could indeed be sent to re-education camps if they visited "sensitive countries". They can also be jailed because their relatives are guilty of "suspicious acts". Sometimes the reason for their imprisonment is not recorded at all.

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“Disobedience” entailed severe punishment within the camps, such as solitary confinement, deprivation of food, and even corporal punishment. It concludes that there are no clear standards for criminal offenses and related penalties, which are therefore used “arbitrarily” BBCkan

The BBC. He spent months proving the authenticity of the documents. According to British media, photos and other documents clearly prove that the Chinese government is systematically persecuting the Uyghurs.

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The publication of the document coincides with a visit by Michelle Bachelet, the UN's highest representative for human rights, to Xinjiang.

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Critics fear that Bachelet will not be able to carry out a full investigation because things could be omitted. For example, China does not allow researchers to enter the area unaccompanied.

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