(Clearwisdom.net) According to an internal source from the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region Police Department, the upper levels have issued an order stating that until the time of the Beijing 2008 Olympics, police should "more severely treat" people with contradictory opinions [against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)], especially Falun Gong practitioners. On May 22, 2007, the Regional CCP Committees held an urgent meeting to discuss strategies to persecute Falun Gong. The departments that joined the meeting included the regional police departments, all departments and offices in charge of persecuting Falun Gong in each government agency, and several commercial companies.
Since July 22, 1999, and for the past eight years, the Regional CCP Committees, the 610 Office system, and all levels of CCP offices have actively followed the persecution of Falun Dafa practitioners. Many practitioners are being detained in prisons and labor camps, and many have been tortured to death.
In 2006, Falun Dafa practitioner Ms. Cao Aihua, from the First Farming Corp. of Aksu Army Corp., was brutally tortured to death in the Army Corp. Labor Camp located in Wujiaqu City. Her parents, husband, and son cannot accept the cruel fact that their dear family member was tortured to death, and they refused to have her body cremated. Her son has been watching over her body for six months at a location more than 600 miles away from their home. Her family has been appealing her wrongful death to the Army Corp. People's Congress, the Army Corp. Procuratorate, the Army Corp. Labor Education Bureau, and the Army Corp. Prison Administration, but they have received no results. On May 16, 2007, the Army Corp. Procuratorate and Public Health Bureau issued a combined document, ordering Ms. Cao Aihua's family to cremate her body within 15 days, otherwise they would be forced to cremate her body.
The Army Corp. Labor Camp violated the law as a legal agency. Its upper levels refused to punish the killers, yet they instead further persecute the victim's family.
June 3, 2007