Police Responsible for Persecution Receive Karmic Retribution
(Clearwisdom.net) Editors' Note: Each time we publish news of this nature, we do so with heavy hearts. These people started off as public servants, but under the intense pressure applied by the Jiang regime, they were pushed into persecuting Dafa disciples. In the process of destroying the lives of kind, law-abiding citizens, they have sealed their own fates and inevitably faced karmic retribution as punishment. If it weren't for Jiang's wicked orders, perhaps their fates would have been different.
The head of Dashiqiao City political security division suddenly dies
Wang Zhaolin was the political security division head of the Dashiqiao City Police Department, Liaoning Province. He had been taking an active and prominent part in persecuting Dafa practitioners. On November 8, 2002, when he was plotting with the head of the Dashiqiao City Police Department about sending a practitioner to forced labor camp, he suddenly died.
The police are also victims of Jiang's evil group
Recently when a Dafa practitioner was clarifying the truth to people, a lady she met disclosed that she had a relative working as a police officer who was in charge of persecuting Falun Gong. The relative told her that an automobile accident was reported to high level police officers. A vehicle was sending back some Dafa practitioners who had gone to Beijing to appeal. The vehicle had an accident on the Shenyang-Dalian highway. There were 5-6 policemen and 15-16 Dafa practitioners in the vehicle. All the policemen died in the accident, but none of the practitioners even got hurt. This accident shocked the government authorities. They tried hard to block the news from circulating even internally, fearing that the lower level policemen would stop their persecution of Dafa in fearing for their lives.
This event also shows how the policemen are also victims of Jiang's group. Dafa practitioners sincerely call out to the policemen in China: do not follow Jiang's evil group to harm kind-hearted people anymore.
Dec. 1, 2002