Clearwisdom Weekly Persecution News - May 25 ~ 31, 2009
Ms. Pan Chenhong was arrested for distributing materials about the fact of Falun Gong. With four months, she became mentally disabled due to tortures at the forced labor camp.
Despite the persecution, some people have begun the practice of Falun Gong in China since 1999. Ms. Lin Shuling did so and experienced great health and other benefits. Now she has been arrested and detained and her family cannot find out her location.
The 610 office proudly displays materials it has confiscated from peaceful Falan Falun Gong practitioner's homes. Considering that the practice has been persecuted for ten years, there seem to be a lot of materials.
Methods of torture and intimidation used at Masanjia to get practitioners to renounce the practice of Falun Gong.
- Mr. Peng Weisheng and His Father Have Been Detained for One Year since the "Safeguarding the Olympics"
Peng Liang and Peng Weisheng are currently imprisoned. Their family has a history of being persecuted and attempting to expose the persecution.
The authorities do not provide for his wife and family nor do they arrest her, but they try to keep her out of sight.
After being jailed for eight years, Mr. Xu Dawei died due to abuse. When his family tried to seek justice, prison and local CCP authorities forbade his brother to get involved.
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