Sent to Forced Labor Camps Twice Before, Ms. Li Yuxia from Hebei Arrested Again
Name: Li Yunxia (李云霞)
Address: Linquan Village, Xishanbei, Yi County, Baoding, Hebei
Date of Most Recent Arrest: September 4, 2011
Most Recent Place of Detention: Unknown
Persecution Suffered: Forced labor, brainwashing, illegal sentencing, home ransacked, interrogation, detention
(Clearwisdom.net) Falun Gong practitioner Ms. Li Yunxia from Yi County in Hebei has been detained in forced labor camps twice because she practices Falun Gong. She was arrested again by officers from the Airport Police Station and Xishanbei on September 4, 2011.
Ms. Li started practicing Falun Dafa in 1999. She would often talk to people about the beauty of Dafa. As a result, the officials in her village collaborated with officers from the Airport Police Station to arrest her. They then sent her to Baoding Forced Labor Camp in October 2004. She was held there for three years.
Ms. Li was released in October 2007. However, just a little over a year after her release, village cadres Yi Lijiang and Li Wensheng conspired with officials from the Airport Police Station and arrested her at home. This time, she was sent to Shijiazhuang Forced Labor Camp, where she was detained for a year and a half. Ms. Li was released on July 30, 2010.
Ms. Li's husband got a job in a different area, so she had to shoulder all the work of her family. She took care of all the field work, so her husband wouldn't have to worry about anything. She wanted him to focus on his work, so he could make money for the family and send their son to college.
Ms. Li went to look after her parents on September 4, 2011. The police from the Airport Police Station then searched everywhere for her before finding her at her parents’ home. She clarified the truth to them and tried to persuade them to be kind, but they shoved her into their police car. They then ransacked her home and stole her TV, VCD players, and other personal items.
When Ms. Li's mother found out what had happened, she went to the police station to request Ms. Li’s release, but to no avail. Her family does not know where she is currently detained.