Name: Zhang Fuying (张福英)
Gender: Female
Age: 65
Address: Huatai Residential Community, Futian District, Shenzhen City
Occupation: Unknown
Date of Most Recent Arrest: June 4, 2011
Most Recent Place of Detention:
Shenzhen Legal Education School (深圳市法制教育学校 )
City: Shenzhen
Persecution Suffered:
Detention, home ransacked, brainwashing

( Ms. Zhang Fuying was arrested by officers from Jingtian Police Station on June 4, 2011, when she and a relative were trying to deposit money into her bank account at China Postal Bank's Xiangmi Branch. The staff reported them to the authorities when they noticed that all the money had phrases exposing the persecution of Falun Gong written on them. Ms. Zhang was later taken to Shenzhen Legal Education School, which is actually a brainwashing center. The police ransacked her home twice and confiscated a laptop computer, printer, Falun Gong materials, more than 2,600 yuan in cash, and other personal belongings.

When Ms. Zhang's family went to the police station to demand Ms. Zhang's release, the officials there refused and said that she would not be released until after the National Sports Games had finished. After being tortured in the brainwashing center, she was eventually released on the evening of July 14.

Officers from the Shenzhen Futian District Police Station came to her home at midnight on July 30 and asked her husband to go to the police station with them. They interrogated him and asked him whether Ms. Zhang had left the house that day. Falun Gong materials were found near Wuzhou Hotel earlier that day, and they suspected that Ms. Zhang had put them there.

The head of the Huatai Residential Community, with the last name of Liu, and two neighborhood police officers with the last name of Wei and Chen, took Ms. Zhang's husband back to his home at 2 p.m. on July 31. Five more police officers soon arrived, and one of them started taking photographs of their home. When Ms. Zhang saw it, she stopped him. They proceeded to ask her about what she had done that day. Chen threatened her and said that they would come to her home more frequently to monitor her whereabouts. Ms. Zhang refused to cooperate with them.