Elderly Woman Arrested, Urges Police to Stop Persecuting Falun Gong
(Minghui.org) One day in August, a senior female practitioner from my local area was arrested by four policemen while distributing informational materials about the persecution of Falun Gong. The police searched her and confiscated her copy of the book Zhuan Falun and other materials. After her release, she shared with our group how her compassion for the police dissolved any fear she might have had during the arrest.
She said that on the way to the police station, she was not afraid at all. Instead, she calmly explained why the persecution is unjust and illegal. She told her captors how Falun Gong is welcomed in over 100 countries, while only in China is it brutally persecuted, with millions of practitioners arrested and many thousands sent to labor camps and prisons, tortured to death, and even subjected to organ harvesting. She informed them that Jiang Zemin is now being sued by over 180,000 people who've been victimized by his genocidal campaign against Falun Gong.
The four policemen listened to her without interrupting. She brought up the traditional belief that good is rewarded with good and evil is met with evil; and that it was no coincidence that many high-ranking government officials who participated in the persecution, such as Zhou Yongkang, Xu Caihou and Guo Boxiong, had been arrested on corruption charges.
She urged the officers to avoid being accomplices to the communist regime's crimes against Falun Gong and to refuse to participate, so as to secure a future safe from karmic retribution.
At the police station, the practitioner realized that normally she would not have access to such an environment and that she should take the opportunity to clarify the truth to all the police officers in the station. So she spoke to many of the officers and made sure to be loud enough for more people to hear her.
The officers at the station also listened without interrupting her. In the end, she was told to go home and come back later for her confiscated belongings.
In the next few days, she seized the opportunity and returned to the police station several times, giving more officers a chance to learn the facts and choose a bright future.