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Police Officer Wang Xiaoming from Xinbin County, Liaoning Province Persecuted for His Belief

November 10, 2009 |  

Name: Wang Xiaoming (王晓明)
Gender: Male
Age: Unknown
Address: Unknown
Occupation: Police officer, Yongling Police Station in Xinbin County
Date of Most Recent Arrest: September 2001
Most recent place of detention: Fushun City Wujiabao Forced Labor Camp (抚顺吴家堡教养院)
City: Fushun
Province: Liaoning
Persecution Suffered: Forced labor, beatings, solitary confinement, forced-feeding, physical restraint, detention

(Clearwisdom.net) Officials from the Xinbin County police station in Fushun City, Liaoning Province are attempting to dismiss police officer Wang Xiaoming, who is also a Falun Gong practitioner, from his job without a valid reason. It was reported that they are currently preparing materials to frame him.

After the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) started persecuting Falun Gong in 1999, Wu Xiaoming persisted in his belief in the principles Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance, and as a result was sent to the Xinbin County Detention Center and forced to undergo compulsory "learning" and "transformation." He was also arrested twice and taken to the Fushun City Wujiabao Forced Labor Camp to perform forced labor. During the duration at the forced labor camp, he was put in handcuffs and locked up for five months in a solitary cell. Mr. Wu held a hunger strike for more than 100 days, and due to prolonged force-feeding, his body had sores and his flesh started to rot away to the point that his bones were revealed. One ear had a sore growing on it that was filled with pus, and he had lost his hearing in that ear. He also had lice on his body. He was later sent to Luotaishanzhuang in Fushun City to undergo brainwashing.

The Xinbin County Police Department head uses the excuse that Wang Xiaoming frequently talks to others about renouncing their membership in the CCP, so they wanted to fire him. We hope that righteous people in China and overseas will use every means possible to appeal for and rescue him.

October 10, 2009