Gao Shunqin Arrested on Her Way to Work in Wuhan City
Name: Gao Shunqin (高顺琴)
Address: No. 9 Gate 1, Building 10, Wuchong St. Block 2 of Shuiguohu St., Wuchang District, Wuhan City
Date of Most Recent Arrest: March 16, 2010
Most Recent Place of Detention: Unknown
Illegal Persecution Suffered: Forced labor, forced brainwashing, forced injections of drugs and unknown substances, beatings, hanging by handcuffs, torture, home ransacked, interrogation, detention
(Clearwisdom.net) At about 8:00 a.m. on March 16, 2010, Ms. Gao Shunqin from Wuchang District in Wuhan City was illegally arrested soon after she left home, on her way to work. Her family knew nothing about her arrest until that evening, when Ms. Gao didn't return home. Her worried family searched all the likely places for her whereabouts. Later that evening Ms. Gao's boss called the family and asked why she had not been to work. At that point they all realized that she had been arrested.
Two days later, on March 18, an officer from the community office called Ms. Gao's family and asked them to send clothes for her. Only then did her family members have some confirmation that she was arrested by the officers from the Police Bureau in Wuhan City, but her family still doesn't know the location where she is imprisoned.
This year during the 2010 Chinese New Year, police officers in Wuhan City went to Ms. Gao's home and harassed her family while Ms. Gao was at work at that time. The officers, without a warrant, ransacked her home and confiscated her Falun Dafa books.
Ms. Gao was previously arrested on February 26, 2004, and detained at the First Detention Center in Wuhan City. On March 16, 2004, Ms. Gao was moved to Yangyuan Brainwashing Center. On the morning of April 20, Hu Shaobin, director of the notorious 610 Office, had Ms. Gao brought to his office. At about 2:30 p.m., Hu Shanping, who worked at the brainwashing center, dragged Ms. Gao and tied her to a small table in the meeting room. A female doctor named Wang gave Ms. Gao an
non-prescribed and unknown injection, which confused Ms Gao's mind, in an attempt to trick her into giving up Falun Gong.
Ms. Gao experienced dizziness, palpitations and general depression. Seeing that Ms. Gao wouldn't renounce Falun Gong, Chen Qiyi, head of the brainwashing center, then hung her up by her handcuffed wrists to the small cafeteria window frames for approximately 16 hours, until Ms. Gao Shunqin lost consciousness. The people who served as guards once again urged the doctor to come when they saw that Ms. Gao had fully lost consciousness. Only at this time did the guards take down Ms. Gao.