(Clearwisdom.net) Mr. Yu Shaoqi, 32, is a practitioner in Chenxi County, Hunan Province. Recently, Chinese Community Party (CCP) members forced his family to inject him with psychiatric drugs.

Mr. Yu Shaoqi, also called Yu Jun, is an employee of the Chenxi County Meteorological Bureau in Hunan Province. Since the CCP started persecuting Falun Gong practitioners in July 1999, Mr. Yu has been detained at least six times. In November 2005, he was imprisoned in a forced labor camp. In December 2006, under pressure from the Huaihua City Politics and Law Committee, the 610 Office, the Domestic Security Section, and the Chenxi County Domestic Security Section, Mr. Yu's employer, the Meteorological Bureau, took him to the Huaihua City Mental Hospital. While there, he suffered three months of psychiatric persecution and developed symptoms of dementia, foot trembling, blurred vision, and mouth-watering.

In recent months, the 610 Office, the Politics and Law Committee, and the Domestic Security Section have forced Mr. Yu's family to choose between injecting him with psychiatric drugs at home themselves or admitting him to a mental hospital. A month ago, his parents, his first cousins Yu Bin and Zhang Liming, and cousins Aqin and Zhang Xiaolong tied up Mr. Yu at home and injected him with psychiatric drugs. As a result, he suffered from blurred vision and foot trembling. On the morning of December 19, 2008, while he was taking in his ID card to the police department, Mr. Yu was arrested by Gong Zhiren, director of the Domestic Security Section; officer Xie Kaiji; and others. Zhai Xiaoming, the director of the 610 Office; Huang Mingqiang, the associate director of the 610 Office; and Yang (given name unknown), political instructor of the Domestic Security Section, took Mr. Yu to Changsha City for a "psychiatric diagnosis" and then forced Mr. Yu's family to inject him with psychiatric drugs again. On January 11, 2009, the same family members injected him twice at home.

Mr. Yu's family members are also victims of the persecution. Mr. Yu Xuegeng, 60, Mr. Yu's father, is a former associate director of the Chenxi County Civil Affairs Bureau. In 2000, he was dismissed from office by the then-associate secretary of the county CCP committee for his son's practice of Falun Dafa. He developed high blood pressure and other illnesses as a result of the CCP's threats and intimidation. He appreciated Falun Gong, but he became silent after th persecution began. Ms. Zheng Huaying, 56, Mr. Yu's mother, is a teacher at Xiongshoushan Primary School in Chenxi County. She is very responsible and is loved by her students. She could not sleep and would cry the whole night whenever her son was being persecuted. Ms. Yu Xia, Mr. Yu's younger sister, is part of the staff at the Chenxi County Civil Affairs Bureau. They used to be a happy family before the CCP started persecuting Falun Dafa. Whenever Mr. Yu was imprisoned, his family tried to find a way to visit him. They were discriminated against and had tens of thousands of yuan extorted from them. They feel alarmed and anxious all the time.

Mr. Zheng Zufu and Mr. Yu Bin are Mr. Yu's managers at the Chenxi County Meteorological Bureau as well as Mr. Yu's relatives. Mr. Zheng is Mr. Yu's uncle and the director of the bureau. Mr. Yu Bin is Mr. Yu's first cousin and the director of the CCP Discipline Inspection Office in the bureau. They received notifications and criticism because of Mr. Yu's practice of Falun Dafa. The bureau was fined tens of thousands of yuan several times by the 610 Office.

Yu Xuegeng, father of Mr. Yu Shaoqi: 86-13974585818 (Cell)
Zheng Huaying, Mr. Yu's mother: 86-13974579181 (Cell)
Zhang Xiaolong, Mr. Yu's cousin: 86-13974585812 (Cell)
Zhang Liming, Mr. Yu's first cousin: 86-13607456791 (Cell)
Yu Bin, Mr. Yu's first cousin: 86-13789278896 (Cell)
Zheng Zufu, Mr. Yu's uncle: 86-13974586026 (Cell)
Ai Qiong, Mr. Yu's aunt: 86-13874444268 (Cell)
Zheng Yonghong, Mr. Yu's aunt. She is also a doctor and the source of drugs; her husband is a psychiatrist: 86-13787545368 (Cell)

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