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Alleged gang bosses have claimed they were tortured by police or detained in illegal jails in order to extract confessions. The allegations were made as the second wave of gang trials kicked off yesterday at the Chongqing No 2 intermediate people's court. Police escort suspected gangsters into court before an organized crime trial yesterday in Chongqing. Chen Zhiyi and Deng Yuping, who are alleged to have run a member mafia-style gang, said in court that the gang was not an organized one and they were either extorted into confessing or imprisoned in illegal jails by police.
Along with four other people with suspected connections to the gang, they are charged with 22 crimes including leading or participating in a mafia-style gang, killing three people and running illegal gambling dens. More than people heard the trial in court, mainly family members of the accused. Another people gathered outside the court gate to hear live broadcast of the case. They beat me and tied me to a stool. My hands are numb. I couldn't understand the wording of the confession," said Chen, who had only finished primary school.
His defense-attorney asked the court to verify Chen's wounds, a request rejected by the president judge who said the process could be done outside court later. Yesterday, Chen confessed he had assigned an alleged key member of his gang, Yang Quan, 36, to injure two men and admitted he operated gambling dens with the gang's No.
But he denied another nine charges against him including robbery, possessing and trading of guns. The case is kicking off the second batch of trials following the city's massive crackdown on gangs that began in June, which has resulted in more than 2, suspected gangsters or officials protecting them being detained.
Deng, 45, who used to work for the Yubei district tax bureau, claimed he was sent to illegal facilities for detention. But I heard police tell me I was in the 'base' or on the way to a 'happy farmhouse'," he said in the court. His defense attorneys also said that when they drove to the police bureau of Fengjie county, where they were told Deng was being held, they could not find him there.