The interrogations continued for the next two years. The questioners focused specifically on the activities of the Tibetan Communist Party, and during this time they tried to break Phüntso Wangye's spirit in a number of ways. The interrogation process was continuous and never conclusive. When the questioners could not get the answers they needed by means of beatings and interrogations, they tried other methods. The worst torture they used on Phüntso was something that produced inaudible electric sound waves which gave him terrible headaches. As he became aware of the insanity of the Cultural Revolution, his hope of getting out of prison dimmed, so he decided that at present he needed to focus on something else, and concentrated on studying logic. One day, out of the blue, Phüntso's tormentors finally told him the real charge against him.
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