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Dafa Practitioner Li Yinjie, an Exemplary Guard at Inner Mongolia Tongliao City Prison, Is Imprisoned for Clarifying the Facts of the Persecution

April 05, 2004 |  

(Clearwisdom.net) On the evening of March 17, 2004, Inner Mongolia Tongliao City Dafa practitioners Li Yinjie, his wife Wang Shuyan, and his sixteen-year old daughter Li Chaojun were arrested when they were passing out Falun Gong truth-clarification material. Li Yinjie is still being detained. Around 11:00 p.m., policeman Shao Jun led people to ransack the family's house. In the evening, the "610 Office"(1) released the daughter. Wang Shuyan escaped with her righteous thoughts though she was handcuffed behind her back.

Li Yinjie is 43 years old and he is 1.85 meters [around 6 ft.] in height. He is always kind to others. It is well known to his neighbors and relatives that he is a good husband. He works in Tongliao City Prison and is an exemplary policeman there. Before he practiced Falun Gong, he got angry easily at work and the inmates were afraid of him. Since he started to practice Falun Dafa, he has never hit or cursed or physically punished the inmates. He has not accepted any money or gifts from the inmates either. He always uses reason to handle others. The inmates and his colleagues all speak highly of him. Seeing Li's behavior, many inmates have changed their wrong perception of Dafa. There are also several inmates who attained the Fa after they were released from prison.

Li's wife has now been forced to leave home to avoid further persecution. Only their sixteen-year old daughter is left at home.

Some phone numbers from Tongliao City:

The mayor's office, 86-475-8212899
The Police Department Director's office, 86-475-8234464
The Police Department Deputy Director's office, 86-475-8235614
The Law and Politics Committee, 86-475-8263357

(1)"610 Office" is an agency specifically created to persecute Falun Gong, with absolute power over each level of administration in the Party and all other political and judiciary systems.

March 21, 2004