The Words of a Few Kind-Hearted Chinese Policemen
(Clearwisdom.net) Editor's note: Jiang's regime uses every means at its disposal to persecute Falun Gong practitioners. However, the compassion of Dafa practitioners has even touched the hearts of law enforcement personnel in China. In order to protect the policemen mentioned below, their names are excluded.
A Scene On a Train
One day on a train, two young girls denounced Dafa practitioners' actions of clarifying the truth during their conversation. A lady sitting across from them said with a smile, "Do you understand Falun Gong practitioners? Have you ever been in contact with them yourselves?" The two young girls were speechless. The lady continued: "As a result of my occupation, I have had the chance to truly learn about Falun Gong practitioners' moral quality. I am deeply moved by their personal characters. They truly live by their beliefs in the principles of Truthfulness-Benevolence-Forbearance. They endure hardships, they don't seek material comforts in life, and they bear the burden of their responsibilities. What's precious is their spirit of non-complaint and no regret. This moves people to tears." She then told the two girls that she was a policewoman.
Dialogue Between Two Police Officers
A policeman stationed in a jail and a public security policeman met each other by invitation of a mutual friend. The public security police officer then asked the jail police officer, "Have you detained many Falun Gong practitioners? The number I've sent to jail is not small!" The jail police officer blinked his eyes and bent down to whisper in the ear of the public security police officer and said, "Brother, they are truly a group of good people. I admire them. Today, we eat together and we are friends. Listen to me: you must treat Falun Gong practitioners kindly. When you get orders from the superiors, just work around them." The public security police officer quickly said, "I felt this from the bottom of my heart a long time ago, but did not dare act upon it. Don't worry, from now on I know what to do."