Does Visiting Friends Disrupt Public Security?
(Clearwisdom.net) On January 4, 2001, when I was just returning home, my mother told me that someone had come looking for me. Thinking that it might be "A," a fellow practitioner, I went to her home directly. A strange man opened the door, and I saw a lot of people in the living room. Before I could ask, "Is A home?" someone inside shouted fiercely, "Let her in!" The man who opened the door asked me, "What is your relation to A?" "She is my friend," I answered. Without further explanation, these plain-clothes policemen took me to the police station.
At that time, I didn't feel any fear because I thought I was just visiting a friend and did nothing wrong. They asked me how I knew A. I replied that we met each other at the former practice site. Then they went to ransack my home. From the room where I was interrogated, I could hear fellow practitioners being beaten in the neighboring rooms. When I tried to persuade the policeman who was questioning me to stop the violence against these innocent people, the policeman slapped me hard. Finally, they wanted me to sign a document and asked, "Do you practice Falun Gong?" "Yes, I do." I answered. The vicious policemen concluded, "It is in violation of the public security."
In this way we (myself and two other fellow practitioners who were arrested also for visiting a friend) were handcuffed and sent to jail. One was sentenced to labor camp and is still being held in the Wanjia Labor Camp now.
You can judge for yourself. Does visiting friends disrupt public security? Who is implementing state terrorism?