‘I Have Not Eaten’: Suffering Informer Talks About Death of 13 Female Political Prisoners

Lal Choudhury, a former laborer in Hong Kong, survived three years working with prisoners before being deported to Thailand with the corpses of other laborers. When he was eventually deported to Thailand he was…

'I Have Not Eaten': Suffering Informer Talks About Death of 13 Female Political Prisoners

Lal Choudhury, a former laborer in Hong Kong, survived three years working with prisoners before being deported to Thailand with the corpses of other laborers.

When he was eventually deported to Thailand he was again forced to work in the same camps.

One day after he finished working, several inmates swam out of their cell block to raise the alarm that what they were up against was worse than they had imagined.

And they were right.

The next morning they found the bodies floating down the river, floating out as far as 8 miles out, according to the BBC.

The corpse of Choudhury, the newspaper reported, was placed alongside the docks.

“They said it was the water-borne bacteria,” Choudhury told Hong Kong’s Standard. “I have not eaten. I have been sleeping, I have nothing.”

While hanging out in a Thai prison camp, the bodies of 13 female prisoners were discovered floating down a nearby river. An estimated 4,000 political prisoners spent their time in a prison camp.

Read more on the Bangkok Post.

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