Facts of the Persecution

1. Wicked Deeds Committed by a Police Officer in Beijing

Police officer Song Linfeng from the Chengguan Public Security Station of Miyun County, Beijing City, has been actively participating in the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners. For example, practitioner Mr. Cao had just found a job in a building decoration company. He rented a house for himself and his family within the district where officer Song was in charge of maintaining order. One day Song broke into Mr. Cao's house. Through deceitful questioning he learned from Mr. Cao's family where Mr. Cao was working. On April 29, 2005, Mr. Cao was arrested, and later on his house was also illegally ransacked. Mr. Cao has since been released, but the company that had hired Mr. Cao is no longer willing to take him back, for fear of possible consequences. Mr. Cao has lost his only source of income to support his family.

Translated from http://www.minghui.ca/mh/articles/2005/9/11/110196.html

2. Persecution of Practitioner Ms. Hao Shuping

Practitioner Ms. Hao Shuping, 40, is from Yongji County, Jilin Province. Because she practices Falun Dafa, Ms. Hao has been illegally arrested several times since 1999. She has also been illegally sentenced to prison twice. While in prison, Ms. Hao was tortured frequently by the prison guards and the directors. She once lost control of her bodily functions as a result of shocks from electric batons. The local public security station also extorted money from Ms. Hao. After she served her term, the prison authorities extended her term for another 31 days.

Translated from http://www.minghui.ca/mh/articles/2005/9/11/110173.html

3. Wicked Deeds Committed by Police Officers in Jilin Province

On August 24, 2005, Di Shigang, director of the Third Brigade of Jilin City's National Security Defense Department, together with some other police officers, took practitioner Ms. Yang Liyuan to the No. 3 Detention Center in Jilin City. In early September, Ms. Yang's parents went to the center to inquire about their daughter. Officials in the center refused to let the couple in and didn't give them any information. Ms. Yang's parents are very worried about their daughter.

Translated from http://minghui.ca/mh/articles/2005/9/11/110171.html