On May 11, 2003, Clearwisdom.net posted an article entitled "Mr. Zhong Hongxi Died From Torture in the Fushun City Labor Camp, Family Members Illegally Sent to Forced Labor Camp," which revealed the facts of the persecution of Zhong Hongxi's family. (http://www.clearwisdom.net/emh/articles/2003/5/11/35500.html)
The article mentioned that, "On December 26, Zhong Hongxi was sent to Fushun Forced Labor Camp (Wujiabao). Police confiscated everything from Mr. Zhong's convenience store. They also confiscated everything from the home of his sister-in-law. They took all the money, even pocket change. They sealed the doors and left a twelve-year-old behind, alone."
These four receipts (below) are powerful evidence of their robbery. According to these receipts, we can conclude that they ransacked Mr. Zhong's home at least three times. The person involved signed the receipt with: "Zhong Hongxi refused to sign." They didn't realize this would be irrefutable evidence of their crimes.
According to these receipts, they did not even pass over two little bags of sesame seeds.
The following is a list of the property confiscated as recorded on the receipts; it is only a portion of the articles they stole from Mr. Zhong's store.
1. Property Confiscated on December 24, 2001.
Wine: 7 Bottles
Cigarettes: 13 packs in total
2. December 26, 2001
3. December 28, 2001
4. January 4, 2002
The police extorted money from Zhong Hongxi's sister-in-law and auctioned off the property they stole.
The following is a list of signatures of those who ransacked Zhong Hongxi's home, but some of the names are very hard to recognize and need to be confirmed.
People from Xincun Community of Gebu Village, Fushun City:
Zheng X(unrecognizable) Jun
Gebu Village Police Station, Fushun City, Liaoning Province: Yin Zhaohua