Information on Persecuted Practitioners from the Chaoyang District of Beijing
(Clearwisdom.net) Since the persecution of Falun Dafa began on July 20, 1999, the Liulitun area of the Chaoyang District of Beijing closely followed Jiang's regime and the Communist Party to persecute local practitioners. To this day there are many local practitioners imprisoned. Following is incomplete information about some cases of imprisoned practitioners from Liulitun, along with the crimes committed against them.
At around 6 a.m. on September 11, 2003, practitioner Ms. Su Wei was illegally arrested by personnel from the Liulitun Residential Office, the 610 Office, and the Liulitun local police station while she was buying breakfast for her child. At that time her husband was visiting his ill mother, so her young son was left at home with nobody to look after him. At around 9 a.m. that same day they also ransacked her home. Ms. Su was later sentenced to a two-year term of forced labor.
On September 11, 2005, after Ms. Su returned from the forced labor camp, the local authorities continued to monitor her. Around 10 p.m. on February 24, 2006, she was again arrested from her home by staff from the National Security Bureau, the 610 Office, and the local police station, and her home was ransacked again. She was later sentenced to another two and a half years of forced labor. She is currently imprisoned in Beijing Women's Forced Labor Camp.
For the past several years Ms. Su's husband has been unemployed, and her child is currently preparing for high school examinations. Their life is very difficult.
Practitioner Ms. Zhou Liying has suffered a great deal from the persecution. On the evening of February 24, 2006, she and a practitioner that was visiting her were arrested by staff from the National Security Bureau, the 610 Office, and the local police station. She is now in Beijing Women's Forced Labor Camp. Her husband died of illness many years ago, and now she is imprisoned and unable to work to support her child, who remains at home without a source of income, living a tough life.
Practitioner Mr. Liu Zhenhua, 60, was arrested from his home in mid-January 2006. Further investigation is needed to uncover the details.
On the evening of February 24, 2006, practitioner Ms. Wang Aiqin, 52, was arrested from her home by staff from the National Security Bureau, the 610 Office, and the local police station. Her home was ransacked. She was later sentenced to two years of forced labor. She is now in Beijing Women's Forced Labor Camp.
Married couple Mr. Wang Ping, 59, and Ms. Liu Dahua, 55, were arrested by the National Security Bureau, the 610 Office, and the local police station on the morning of February 25, 2006. Their home was ransacked. Mr. Wang was later sentenced to two years of forced labor, and is now in Beijing Tuanhe Forced Labor Camp. Ms. Liu was sentenced to two and a half years of forced labor, and is now in Beijing Women's Forced Labor Camp. This is the second round of persecution Ms Liu has suffered, as she has already served a one-and-a-half-year forced labor camp, starting in the summer of 2001.
Practitioner Ms. Xi Xiulan, 65, lived at no. 302, Unit 3, Building 18, Shuiduizi Beili. On the afternoon of September 25, 2005, she was arrested by the local police and 610 Office staff, and her home was ransacked. She was sentenced to two years of forced labor.
Practitioner Ms. Wang Shuying, 58, was arrested in January 2001 and was sentenced to seven years of forced labor. She is now in Beijing Women's Forced Labor Camp.
Practitioner Ms. Zhang Junfeng, 69, was arrested by staff from the National Security Bureau, the 610 Office, and the local police station. She was sentenced to five years of forced labor, and is now in Beijing Women's Forced Labor Camp. Her husband, Mr. Xu Junying, was also implicated and was arrested at the same time. He was sentenced to one and a half years. He was mistreated to the point of being critically ill and was taken to the local police hospital three times. After ten months he was released, only to continue to suffer outside of prison. His son was forced to transfer from his job, and his pregnant daughter-in-law, who was also arrested at that time, was so mistreated that she had a miscarriage.
Practitioner Ms. Han Jinggui, 56, was taken from her home on September 11, 2003, by staff from the National Security Bureau, the 610 Office, and the local police station. She was taken to the second floor of an office building, where she was tied to a chair with rope. Because she shouted, "Falun Dafa is good," she was denounced as mentally ill by the 610 Office, and was sent to Balizhuang Mental Hospital. Later on she was sent to Chaoyang Hospital. She was released after being so mistreated that she developed dangerously high blood pressure. After returning home, she was continuously harassed. Two security personnel monitored her door 24 hours a day. On October 31, 2003, the ongoing mistreatment resulted in her having a brain hemorrhage, and she is now paralyzed. The persecution of Falun Gong has brought her and her family members enormous pain and suffering. Her medical expenses alone have reached more than 200,000 yuan.
Besides those mentioned above, there are many other persecuted practitioners whose situations have not been addressed.
The departments and individuals that have participated in persecuting practitioners in the area over the last several years include:
1. 610 Office, Liulitun Residential District Office, Chaoyang District:
Director (from 1999 to 2004) Wang Chunru (male)
The current director, Chen Qiumin (female)
Employees Zhang Fu (male); Wang Fenghua (male), 51 years old and originally a worker at a knitting company; and Meng (female).
Telephone: 86-10-65013243, 86-10-65072910, 86-10-65077940.
2. Liulitun Police Station:
Deputy Chief Wang Hui: 86-13910006667
Police Officer Shen Zhuo (male): 86-13901509040
Police Officer Bai Jiusheng (male): 86-13601033264
More contact phone numbers and names of responsible individuals are needed.