Additional Information on the Illegal Arrest of Ms. Geng Caixia from Luan County, Hebei Province
(Clearwisdom.net) Ms. Geng Caixia from Luan County, Hebei Province was reported to the police when she went to the Xiaomazhuang area to tell people the facts about Falun Gong on July 7, 2010. Officers from the Xiaomazhuang Police Station illegally arrested her. One hour later, three officers transferred her to the Domestic Security Division of the Luan County Police Department.
While in the Domestic Security Division, police officers interrogated Ms. Geng Caixia and demanded information about her son and her mother. Ms. Geng didn’t tell them anything. Then one officer slapped her face three times and grabbed her hair, trying to lift her. Two other officers also got involved. One used his legs to immobilize Ms. Geng’s head while the other one used rope and wrapped it around her head, binding it so tightly that she had difficulty breathing. After doing this they sat aside, watching Ms. Geng suffering severe pain and laughing at her, and said, “This is the lightest torture done to Falun Gong practitioners!”
The police threatened Ms. Geng, telling her that she would be detained for 15 days and demanded that she sign her name. Ms. Geng refused.
Around 7:00 p.m. that evening, officers from the Luan County Domestic Security Division broke into her home. They searched her place and confiscated many of her personal belongings, including a computer, DVD burner, television receiver, three cell phones and an MP3 player. The police even threatened Ms. Geng’s husband, claiming that they would also arrest him.
Domestic Security Division head Zeng threatened Ms. Geng, saying that if she exposed their evil deeds on the Minghui website (Chinese version of Clearwisdom.net) after being released, they would arrest her again. The police also threatened Ms. Geng’s family and extorted money from her relatives, saying that they would send Ms. Geng to a forced labor camp if they didn’t bribe them with enough money. In addition, the police threatened Ms. Geng’s family and ordered them to not expose their names on the Internet; otherwise, they would arrest Ms. Geng again.