Xinjiang Police Files: Rechercheteam trifft Angehörige zur Verifikation der Daten

Bei der Verifikation der Xinjiang Police Files machte das Rechercheteam Angehörige von inhaftierten Uiguren ausfindig, zeigte ihnen Fotos und Unterlagen. Chinakorrespondent Christoph Giesen beschreibt die Begegnungen als »erschütternd«. Ein Video von Christoph Giesen, Birgit Großekathöfer und Jonathan Miske (Animation) vom 24.05.2022, 06.00 Uhr.

The Xinjiang Police Files

The Xinjiang Police Files are a major cache of leaked speeches, images, documents, and spreadsheets obtained by a third party from confidential internal police networks. They provide an unprecedented inside view of the nature and scale of Beijing’s secretive campaign of interning between 1 million and 2 million Uyghurs and other ethnic citizens in China’s northwestern Xinjiang region.

The files have been authenticated and analyzed by Dr. Adrian Zenz, a foremost scholar on the Xinjiang internment campaign and Senior Fellow and Director in China Studies at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VOC), in two peer-reviewed papers published in the Journal of the European Association for Chinese Studies and ChinaFile.

Investigative research teams from over a dozen global media outlets have also verified portions of the data. Explore the files at:

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