After Mr. Yang Lichuang Died as a Result of Persecution, Perpetrators Receive Retribution
Editors' Note: In both Western and Chinese culture, the principle of karmic retribution, that is, being held ultimately accountable for one's own actions, is widely accepted. The fundamental teaching of Falun Gong is the characteristic of the universe, "Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance." The universe will reward actions that are in harmony with this principle, while actions such as beating, torturing and murdering people will incur karmic retribution. Stated another way, good deeds will be rewarded with good, while evildoings will meet due retribution. Articles such as this one are meant as a compassionate reminder of this principle to those who would commit wrongdoing. While many of those who persecute Falun Gong are merely "following orders," the universal law requires that they too be held responsible for their actions, and that only by reversing their course of wrongdoing may they escape retribution.
Police officer involved in the death of Mr. Yang Lichuang receives karmic retribution
Li Yongzhang is around 40 years old and was the chief of the Liuzhai Police Station of Huining County, Gansu Province. He led other police officers to torture Mr. Yang Lichuang to death, and then they threw his body into a water cellar.
Later, several bricks fell on Li Yongzhang's head and fractured his skull in seven places. This happened on May 19, 2009 in Huining County. Currently, he is still in a coma.
Chief of Public Security receives karmic retribution for persecuting Falun Gong
Zhou Xingcai is the chief of the public security office in Dongyantou Village, Mulin Town, Shunyi District. Zhou Xingcai followed the orders of the Chinese Communist Party and led police officers to ransack the houses of Falun Gong practitioners.
After having dinner with officials from Mulin Town at the Mulin Hotel on the evening of May 17, 2010, Zhou Xingcai drove home by himself. His car ran into a ditch on the side of the road, and he was severely injured.
May 23, 2010