大河至今还说什么“中共媒体采访你，就不是转述。而是你自己在本谭或者独评吹嘘出来的。”我下面给出的这些照片，都是在1994年间北京周报记者及人民日报记者到凌源监狱采访我时的照片或报道原文截屏，这比转述是更加直接的证据。还有纽约时报主任记者（Chief Reporter）Patric Tyler 的报道原文。这些照片我早就给大河和安魂曲贴在网上了，大河你总不能说这些都是我自吹自擂的罢？我有何必要编造这些假话？
这是登在BEIJING REVIEW AUG 23-29，1993 那一期的报道。
Chinese Take Journalists on Guided Tour of Prison
By PATRICK E. TYLER
Published: March 06, 1994
Mr. Liu's jailers said no one in the prison administration or from the Ministry of Justice or any other judicial or prosecutorial body in China had ever investigated Mr. Liu's accusations of torture -- because, they said, he has never filed a complaint.
They also acknowledged that all the videotapes they have released of Mr. Liu playing pool, volley ball and cutting his birthday cake were made months after the reported torture and beatings.
In his only interview in prison with a state-run magazine, Mr. Liu asserted he had been "inhumanely treated" and "cruelly tortured." The magazine said the medical records of the prison showed that Mr. Liu had seen doctors 15 times for headaches, palpitation and diarrhea.
Asked what he would do at the end of his term, Mr. Liu was blunt in the presence of his jailers. "Liu said the first thing he is going to do after his discharge is to sue the officials and prisoners who attacked him physically." Letters Produced
Trying to discredit Mr. Liu, one of his jailers, Qi Guoxing, read two signed statements from him. The first letter, written in July 1991, praises the prison administration as "strict" but "civilized." It is signed, "The counter-revolutionary criminal, Liu Gang."
The date of this letter indicates that it was signed immediately after a period of what Mr. Liu described as torture in a letter smuggled out of the prison two years later.
The prison guard produced a second letter, dated August 1991, that is a political attack on Mikhail S. Gorbachev, the former Soviet leader. But perhaps with a flourish that Mr. Liu knew his friends would recognize, he ended the letter with this postscript:
"Long live undefeatable Marxism-Leninism; long live Mao Zedong thought and the October revolution; long live the Communist Party and the dictatorship of the proletariat. The Socialist cause will ultimately be victorious in the world."
For democracy campaigners in China, this parody of dogmatic allegiance to Chinese Communism was the giveaway that Mr. Liu was still resisting.