Pastor Huang Yizi’s prayer request letter.
(Photo: ChinaAid resource)
Pastor Huang looked “pale and thin.” He had said he was under huge pressure and threats before his release.
Both his previous one-year imprisonment and his five months’ detention in a black jail undeniably portray part of the CCP’s political revenge against Pastor Huang. His “crimes” included publicly opposing the CCP’s barbaric forced demolition of crosses, and his efforts to organize a true Gospel mission independent of the government-controlled religious body, the Three-Self Patriotic Movement [TSPM].
* In a “black jail,” a secret detention center, CCP officials commonly torture prisoners. They also prohibit prisoners from visiting with family members and communicating with lawyers.
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