Men in plainclothes, stalking, disappearance. A déjà vu.
At the same time, at the Department of Medicine at Peking University, Shen Yuxuan suddenly became unreachable.
The night before, as usual, she and another classmate studied in the fourth classroom of the biochemistry building.
At about 10:30pm, several men appeared at the door of the classroom and took photos of Shen. Then, six or seven ‘teachers’, security guards, and two policemen broke in.
After sending other students away, they stood next to the seat occupied by Shen: ‘Will you come with us or not? Are you coming with us by yourself or do you want me to force you? ”
This request was completely unmotivated, and the two students were unwilling to respond.
Suddenly, a classmate was grabbed by his neck and pulled up from his seat. They held down his arms and dragged him into the police car, where he was punched and kicked. Do you want to call for help? They poured a bottle of water all over his face.
Then the police resorted to the usual means—strangling, covering his mouth, twisting his arms behind his back—and took him to the security office. In a conference room, they used both hard and soft methods to beat, abuse, and mock this classmate until 2am.
In the meantime, Shen Yuxuan sent these messages at 11:30pm: