Yu Guoqing, a Falun Dafa Practitioner from Yongji County, Jilin Province, Passed Away From Persecution
Ms. Yu Guoqing, a Falun Dafa practitioner from Yongji County, Jilin Province, was 53 years old. She was an office director for the Kouqian branch of the Bureau of China Water Conservancy and Electric Power. In 2000, she went to Beijing to validate the Fa. In October 2000, she was arrested by the Yongji County 610 office and Police Department, and sent to the Heizuizi Forced Labor Camp. The labor camp refused to take her due to her poor health. After she returned home, the 610 office and police from Yongji County Police Department continued to harass her. She was forced to leave home. On February 8, 2002 she was arrested by Jilin City Police Department and sentenced to eight years in jail. In May 2008, the Jilin Province Heizuizi Women's Prison released Ms. Yu, who was on the brink of death from persecution, on medical parole. She passed away on March 30, 2009.
Liu Xiaoman, a Falun Dafa practitioner from Changchun City, Jilin Province, Passed Away from Persecution
Ms. Liu Xiaoman, a Falun Dafa practitioner from Changchun City, Jilin Province, obtained the Fa in 1998. After the persecution of Falun Gong began in 1999, she went to Beijing to appeal twice, and was detained in the Third Detention Center of Changchun City and Heizuizi Forced Labor Camp. In the labor camp she refused to write statements renouncing Falun Dafa and refused to join in the forced labor. She was shocked many times by electric batons on the breast area. In 2004, her dying father wanted to see her for the last time, but the labor camp would not allow it unless she wrote statements renouncing Falun Dafa. She refused.
In 2004, her term was over, but the CCP tried to send her to a brainwashing center for further persecution. Ms. Liu left the forced labor camp with righteous thoughts, just before the 610 office officials arrived. She was then forced into homelessness.
During the nearly ten years of persecution, local community, police station, and 610 officials repeatedly harassed her and her family, and searched her home numerous times. The persecution and torture at the labor camp left her with severe physical issues.
One day in 2007, she was dragged from her home to the local police station. Under the long-term persecution, her health progressively got worse. She was very thin, and her lower abdomen was distended. Her urine was red. On April 28, 2009, she passed away, leaving behind her eighty-year-old mother and a son.