(Minghui.org) Police from Jiayu County, Hubei Province ransacked the homes of four Falun Gong practitioners on October 9, 2015. Ms. Xiong Qunlan and Mr. Liu Anzheng are stillillegally detained at a county detention center.
The officers broke through the door of Ms. Xiong's home, ransacked it and confiscated Falun Gong books and informational materials. They arrested her and Mr. Liu, who was visiting her.
They also ransacked Ms. Yin Fengying's home and arrested her. Ms. Yin was released the next day because she has diabetes. However Huang Binhong, the director of the county political and security office, threatened to bring her in again for questioning in two months.
The officers went to the homes of Ms. Wang Jinyan and Ms. He. Ms. Wang was not at home. Ms. He has high blood pressure and fainted when the police broke into her home.
All of the practitioners who were arrested or harassed had filed criminal complaints against Jiang Zemin.
A Falun Gong practitioner in Jiayu County filed a complaint in July and saw the confirmation receipt online several days later. He was arrested, and while they interrogated him, he saw Huang Binhong holding his original complaints against Jiang.
In 1999 Jiang Zemin, then head of the CCP, overrode other Politburo standing committee members and launched the violent suppression of Falun Gong.
The persecution has killed countless Falun Gong practitioners during the past 16 years. Many have been murdered for their organs. Others have been imprisoned and tortured for their belief. Jiang Zemin is directly responsible for the inception and continuation of this brutal persecution.
Under Jiang's direction, the CCP established an extralegal security force, the 610 Office, on June 10, 1999. This organization overrides the police and judicial system. The 610 Office carries out Jiang's directive to eradicate Falun Gong: ruin practitioners' reputations, cut off their financial resources, and destroy them physically.
Jiang stepped down as head of the CCP in 2002, but he has exerted much power from the shadows through a network of officials he put in place.
Chinese law now allows citizens to be plaintiffs in criminal cases, and many practitioners are exercising that right to file criminal complaints against the former dictator.