(Clearwisdom.net) The court of Licang District, Qingdao City, Shandong Province, held a show trial of practitioners Mr. Wang Detong and Ms. Ma Shufen, falsely charging them for "illegal gathering and obstructing public safety."

In the court, practitioner Wang Detong contested, "I once suffered a cerebral hemorrhage which could not be successfully treated in the hospital. Unable to afford further in-hospital treatments, I had to stay at home to 'recover.' Then I learned Falun Gong and I surprisingly became healthy again. All my colleagues and my neighbors witnessed my dramatic recovery. I have benefited from such a wonderful practice. Now I simply try to tell others so they too can benefit. How could this possibly obstruct public safety? Where was the 'illegal gathering' when I was merely visiting a couple of people and telling them about this wonderful practice?"

Then the attorney whom Mr. Wang and Ms. Ma had hired spoke in their defense: "According to the law, 'illegal gathering' is defined specifically as having twenty or more people who shout slogans and gather at some fixed sites in an organized way. None of these apply to either of the defendants, let alone the allegation of obstructing public safety. As a result, none of the charges are valid."

Most of the officials at the trial were corrupt, and some were napping. The scene surprised the trial attendees from other regions.

Notably, the Judicial Bureau of Qingdao City issued a classified document stating that whoever dares to defend Falun Gong practitioners will be disciplined. As a result, Mr. Wang's family was forced to hire an attorney from another province. This is the so-called "rule by law" boasted by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), the situation of China's human rights, and the manifestation of the CCP's evil nature.

At the end of the show trial, the attorney was also not allowed to sign the papers. Instead he was told to return to the court privately at 2:00 p.m. to sign, which was an obvious attempt to hide their lawless deeds.

Mailing zip code of Licang District, Qingdao: 266100
Political and Law Committee of Qingdao City: 86-532-87610773
Yu Haiguang, deputy secretary of Political and Law Committee of Licang District: 86-13792851877 (Cell)
Licang District Court of Qingdao City: 86-532-87610933
Yu Jianli, head of Licang District Court of Qingdao City
Li Degang, in charge of Licang District Court
Chief judge Jin Cuiyan's Office: 86-532-87610944
Office of the criminal court of Licang District Court: 86-532-87062822
Licang District Procuratorate of Qingdao: 86-532-83012110
Mao Xiaoyu, Wang Zixin, associate chief procurators, Licang District Procuratorate
Licang District Procuratorate: 86-532-87632000, 86-532-83012110, E-mail: qdsf@qingdao.gov.cn
Wang Chengxin, head of Prosecution Section
Licang Branch of Qingdao Police Department: 86-532-87610512
Wei Zhenqing, chief of Anti-Cult Section, Licang Branch of Qingdao Police Department
Liu Yong, associate chief of Anti-Cult Section, Licang Branch of Qingdao Police Department: 86-13336395799 (Cell)
Office of chief of Licun Police Station of Licang District: 86-532-87653930
Zhang Ping, associate chief of Licun Police Station
Sun Qiwu, political instructor: 86-532-87653986
Police chief's office: 86-532-87600973
Liu Xiangqian: 86-13176865929 (Cell)