(Clearwisdom.net) Dafa practitioner Ms. Li Jianping was illegally jailed in the Shandong Province Prison for Women around the end of last year or the beginning of this year. She has not cooperated with the authorities since day one of her detention. In order to stop her from shouting, "Falun Dafa is good," she was placed in a small cell with a loud speaker meant to drown out her voice. Even so, her voice shouting "Dafa is good" could still be heard over the broadcast.

Guards injected Ms. Li with drugs that interfered with the functioning of her central nervous system and made her very drowsy, but as soon as she awoke from the stupor, "Falun Dafa is good" would blast out of her mouth. Shandong Prison ran out of ways to keep her quiet, other than strictly monitoring her and not allowing her to be in proximity to others. She was also kept in the cruelest place, called the "collective training camp." Details of the types of torture used there are not yet known.

Around July 20, 2006, Shandong Province Prison for Women initiated a new round of mistreatment of practitioners. Those imprisoned, like Yu Shaoqin (in the third monitoring district), Zhou Shuchun, Chen Xiuling, and others in the second monitoring district were seriously tortured by guards and by criminal inmates under guards' orders.

Practitioners and other inmates in Shandong Provincial Women's Prison were forced to work for Jinan and Rongcheng Toy Manufacturers making woolen toys for export. They worked long hours that were beyond their physical endurance.

We are calling on all righteous people, in China and abroad, to pay attention to what has been going on inside Shandong Province Prison for Women and to work together to stop the inhumane persecution of imprisoned Falun Gong practitioners.


1. Practitioners in Shandong Prison for Women send forth righteous thoughts every day at the four designated times and also once every hour on the hour from 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.

2. Director Hu of the Education Department in Shandong Prison for Women is also a strong enforcer of the ill treatment of practitioners.

December 20, 2006