Further Information about the Persecution of Ms. Que Faxiu and Mr. Zhu Mingchun in Miyi County, Sichuan Province
On November 17, 2003, practitioners Ms. Que Faxiu and Mr. Zhu Mingchun in Miyi County, Sichuan Province, were sentenced to eight years in prison charged with "Disrupting Law Enforcement Using [Jiang's slanderous term deleted]" by the Miyi County Court. Ms. Que Faxiu was sent to Longquanyi Chuanxi Women's Prison near Chengdu City and has not been seen since. Mr. Zhu Mingchun remains in Wumaping Prison to this day.
Further information about the persecution of practitioner Ms. Que Faxiu
On November 7, 2002, Ms. Que Faxiu was detained at the Miyi County Detention Center. Because she practiced the Falun Gong exercises, the head of the Detention Center, Zhu Chenglong, and Lin Hai, a guard, swore at and beat her savagely. Then they handcuffed her to the metal window bar in a cell.
In January 2003, Zhu Chenglong ordered Ms. Que to stand still because she did the Falun Gong exercises again. This time he beat her buttocks and thighs with a "Wolf Teeth Baton" (a baton with sharp points) until she had developed large, dark, extremely painful bruises. Starting in January, each day Ms. Que was handcuffed to a metal door by Zhu Chenglong, Lin Hai, He Wanfa, Fu Wenhui, and Peng Yongchun. (The latter three guards have since retired.) Only her toes touched the floor. Sometimes they cuffed one hand, sometimes both hands. The pain in her body gradually turned to numbness. She was not allowed to drink water or go to the restroom. This torture lasted all day, from morning to evening, and continued for five days.
In March 2003, the guards forced open her mouth with a pry bar after she went on hunger strike to protest the persecution and started force-feeding her. Criminal inmates Xiao Bao, Lao Zhao (the senior Zhao), and inmate Que held down Ms. Que's head and limbs so that she could not move. Another inmate then pinched her nose, and Chen Qing, Zhu Chenglong, and Lin Hai started pouring porridge into the feeding tube. Since Ms. Que could not swallow all the porridge, she nearly suffocated. The pain was overwhelming. The brutal force feeding bruised her throat so that even drinking water was painful.
In February 2003, the prison wanted to take photos of the inmates, but Ms. Que refused to cooperate. Guard Qin Gang slapped her face hard several times until her face was swollen. In April, her gallbladder infection recurred. Zhu Chenglong, Lin Hai, and others escorted Ms. Que to the county hospital for an IV of unknown drugs. Even though her condition was very serious, the prison refused to release her. Later, she was sentenced to eight years in prison and sent to Longquanyi. She has not been seen to this day.
Further information about the persecution of practitioner Mr. Zhu Mingchun
Mr. Zhu Mingchun, 45, was a Miyi County resident in Sichuan Province and a Miyi County Hospital staff member.
On November 5, 2002, while producing Dafa truth clarification flyers, Mr. Zhu was illegally arrested by Huili County Public Security Bureau police and Political Judicial Department deputies Yang Zihua, Zhou Lin, Rao Xianwen, and Chai Faxiang. For two days and nights they did not give him any water or food. On November 7, 2002, they escorted him back to Miyi County. Along the way, they put handcuffs and leg shackles on him and tortured him for another four hours.
During his year in the Miyi County Detention Center, Mr. Zhu suffered countless tortures. The head of the detention center, Wu Xueming; the deputy head, Zhu Chenglong; and guards Peng Yongchun, Fu Wenhui, He Wanfa, and Li Hai all participated. They also did not permit Zhu Mingchun's family to visit him.
On November 17, 2003, Miyi County Court sentenced Mr. Zhu Mingchun to eight years in prison, charging him with "Disrupting Law Enforcement Using an [Jiang's slanderous term deleted.]" On January 12, 2004, he was escorted to Wumaping Prison in Leshan, Sichuan Province. He escaped when they got close to Wumaping but was apprehended again on January 14. This time he was savagely beaten after he was taken to Wumaping Prison. He was seriously wounded, especially around the legs so that he could not walk well. He was detained in the "Tough Detention" squad. For more than two months, he endured various tortures such as forced running, standing still military style for a long duration, exposure to the sun without water, sleep deprivation, and close guard by inmates..
In March 2004, they took Mr. Zhu back to Miyi County Detention Center, and Miyi County Court added another year and a half to his sentence for his attempted escape.
On May 30, 2004, they transferred him back to Wumaping Prison again, where he remains to this day. Due to the persecution, Mr. Zhu was dismissed from his job. Since the CCP persecution began, Falun Gong practitioners' children and other family members have been deprived of the right to attend college, join military services, or apply for jobs. When the wives are forced to divorce their husband practitioners, the children are usually assigned to their mothers.
From 2001 to 2003: Li Qunlin, County CCP committee secretary
From 2001 to 2003: Shen Jun, County Governor, since transferred to the Panzhihua District. He was transferred to Miyi County as County CCP Committee Secretary towards the end of 2004. He was transferred to Panzhihua District at the end of 2005.
Court Director: Tang Juzhou, 2001 to 2005
Procuratorate Director: Kang Feng, end of 1999 to 2003
Head of the 610 Office: He Hongpei, 2001 to 2003
Deputy Head of the 610 Office: Kuang Shaoming, 1999 to 2005
Head of the Public Security Bureau: Liu Taiming, 2000 to 2003
Head of the Political Judicial Department: Xiang Jinfa. 1999 to 2004
Head of the Political Judicial Department:Yang Zihua. 2004 to 2006
Brigade Leader Li Xuesong
Political Judicial Department deputies:
Zhou Lin, Tao Hegang, Chai Faxiang, Xiao Xianwen, 1999 to 2004
Head of Cheng Guan City Police Station Jiang Qibing, 1999 to 2002Head of the Detention Center: Wu Xueming, 1999 to 2002
Deputy Head of the Detention Center: Zhu Chenglong, 1999 to 2002
Head of the Detention Center: Zhu Chenglong, 2002 to 2006