Clearwisdom Weekly Persecution News - June 14 ~ 20, 2010
Three persons from same village were arrested at their homes before the Christmas 2009. After being detained for five months, they were given three, four and five years prison term, respectively.
Because she persuaded the police not get involved in the persecution of Falun Gong, she was sentenced to five years of imprisonment in a close-door trial just five days after her arrest.
In the forced labor camp, she refused to write the "five statements." As a result, the guard shocked almost all parts of her body for two hours.
The recent imprisonment of Yue Naiming shows the extreme levels of torture that are still in use against practitioners. Although he is now released, the police are using him to gain information about his family.
Mr. Wang status as a lawyer himself seems to make no difference in his right, or lack thereof, to an attorney.
May 13, 2010 begins her fourth detention since 1999.
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