Two Officials Meet with Karmic Retribution
Wang Yuhong from the Changchun railroad meets with retribution
Wang Yuhong, a section chief for the Changchun railroad, in his 40s, once reported Dafa disciples to the authorities, which led to their being sentenced to forced labor. In the first three days of the 2008 Chinese New Year, he met with retribution. On the first day his finger was flattened by a hammer. On the second day, he was thrown off his motorcycle, and on the third day when he opened a door, the glass in the door suddenly fell down and cut off the tip of his nose. People around him said he met with retribution for persecuting Dafa practitioners.
Qin Jianguo, former chief of the Chezhou Post Office in Hunan Province, dies a tragic death
Qin Jianguo, was a Chinese Communist Party (CCP) member and former chief of the Chenzhou Municipal Post Office, Hunan Province. He closely followed the CCP, and formed a partnership with the labor union to persecute Falun Gong practitioners at his company. He met with retribution which brought disasters to his company. A labor union president also died.
Qin Jianguo and the labor union president Yang Aiying, forced employees who practiced Falun Gong to hand in their Dafa books and did not allow them to practice. For each holiday, they would give their employees gifts and money. The gifts and money could only be taken if one first signed a statement that they did not practice Falun Gong. Anyone who did not want to sign was sent to a brainwashing session, and would be asked to write a "guarantee statement." They cooperated with the 610 Office to constantly pressure Falun Gong practitioners, and relied on the forced labor camp to persecute them.
At the end of May 2004, the labor union president Yang Aiying developed cancer and died.
In June 2004, Qin Jianguo went to Changsha to take out a loan for construction. After his car hit a stone, it crashed into a highway guard rail, which caused Qin Jianguo to be ejected from his car, which broke his neck. Qin Jianguo died instantly.
March 25, 2008