Jigme, a Tibetan monk arrested by Chinese police after anti-government demonstrations, placed a video on Youtube detailing how he was beaten and tortured during the two months he was detained. After the video went up, he went into hiding. But he recently returned to his monastery after authorities assured his family and friends he was safe. Of course, he was promptly arrested.
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