Mystery Surrounding the Death of Computer Science Teacher Mr. Xiong Zhengming--Was He Murdered for His Organs?

( In early December 2007, Falun Gong practitioner Mr. Xiong Zhengming died suddenly while he was being transferred to Mianyang Forced Labor Camp. The whole incident is very suspicious.

Mr. Xiong Zhengming, 39, was a computer science teacher at Wanyuan City Professional High School, in Sichuan Province. He started practicing Falun Gong in 1998. He was healthy both physically and mentally. He worked hard and was well respected by students and colleagues. In February 2007, Xiong Zhengming was taken away by Zhao Chenghua, head of the 610 Office, and other police officers. After this news was exposed, several dozen students from Wanyuan City Professional High School went to the police station and requested that Xiong Zhengming be released. Several students among them were also detained.

Mr. Ba Shuqun, Badly Injured from Torture, Illegally Tried and Detained at Jinan Detention Center

( It has been confirmed that Mr. Ba Shuqun, a Falun Dafa practitioner in Jinan City, Shandong Province, was unable to walk as a result of being tortured, yet he was taken to a courthouse in Tianqiao District, Jinan City on January 29, 2008, for a secret trial and illegal sentencing. According to a witness, several people dragged Mr. Ba Shuqun out of a car. His trial was scheduled to be on the second floor. However, it was difficult for several police officers to carry him up the stairs. Consequently, the hearing was then changed to another very small room on the first floor. When Mr. Ba was being interrogated, someone had to support him because he was unable to stand up and he was on crutches. He looked pale and wan.

Practitioners Tortured in "Strict Discipline" Area of Tilanqiao Prison (Shanghai) (Image)

( In China, the strictest administrative punishment that can be given to a prisoner who "violates regulations" is called "confinement," but the law stipulates that this confinement cannot exceed 15 days. Prisoners in "confinement," according to the law, cannot be beaten, corporally punished, or mistreated.

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