Ms. Zhang Guiyun from Heilongjiang Province and Mr. Li Hongxi from Hebei Province Die under Persecution


Ms. Zhang Guiyun Dies in Heilongjiang Province

Ms. Zhang Guiyun, 76, lived in Bajia Village, Changling Town, Hulan District, Harbin City. She began practicing Falun Dafa at the end of 1996, and all of her illnesses disappeared. She went to Beijing to appeal for justice after the persecution began on July 20, 1999. She was arrested three times. The first time, she was detained more than 40 days. The second time, she was released after she went on a hunger strike lasting 13 days. The third time, she was cruelly beaten. Four agents picked her up and then threw her down on the ground hard. Her body was covered with bruises after the beating. She absolutely refused to cooperate with the evil and shouted "Falun Dafa is good" repeatedly. She was released after 6-7 hours.

Ms. Zhang Yukun Severely Tortured and Driven into Homelessness by the Persecution

( Forty-nine-year-old Ms. Zhang Yukun from Wuchang City, Heilongjiang Province was arrested in December 2004 by Fu Yanchun, the director of the 610 Office. In order to make the arrest, the director was accompanied by a group of people led by Mo Zhenshan and Zhu Xianfu. Ms. Zhang was tortured severely, leaving bruises all over her body. Thereafter, Ms. Zhang was forced to become homeless to avoid persecution by the police.

Mr. Wang Song from Jurong, Jiangsu Province is Critically Ill at the Fangqiang Forced Labor Camp

( Mr. Wang Song from Jurong, Jiangsu Province was taken away on May 20, 2008 by Chinese Communist Party authorities. He has been detained in the Fangqiang Forced Labor Camp in Dafeng, Jiangsu Province for six months, and has been tortured to the point of paralysis. He can no longer walk normally. On November 3, 2008, doctors at the People's Hospital of Yancheng City examined him using NMR and other tests, and found he had high blood pressure, a slow heartbeat and problems with his nervous system. However, they could not give a proper diagnosis, and called it a "strange illness."

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