(Minghui.org) As Falun Gong practitioners in China have been preparing and submitting lawsuits to sue Jiang Zemin, many people have stepped in to lend a hand. Below are two such stories.

Parents Support and Help

In early June 2015, I helped fellow practitioners in my area prepare their lawsuits to sue Jiang Zemin. Many of us came from different walks of life and there are some practitioners who are not good at writing. I needed to sit down with these practitioners and record their experience while they narrated before I could finalize their complaints.

During those days, I was too busy to sleep or eat regular meals. Coincidentally, my parents, who are not practitioners, came over to stay for a short period.

Many family members of practitioners are influenced by Communist Party propaganda and fear being targeted for persecution, so they often strongly object to practitioners speaking out. Fortunately, my parents are clear about the goodness of Falun Gong and the injustice of the persecution.

They are in their seventies, but when they saw how busy we were, they started attending to our needs by cooking for us so that we could focus on writing the complaints. “Don't worry about the chores. You should focus on your writing,” they assured me.

We worked intensively around the clock for three days and finally finished the complaints. My father's former job involved handling labor statistics. He has always been a stickler when it comes to details. However, even he was impressed with our final product.

We ate a meal prepared by my parents, and then they wished us success as we set off to mail our complaints.

We mailed our complaints on July 7, 2015 and received a confirmation on July 12, 2015 that the supreme court had received our 77-page complaint.

Courier Covers Cost to Re-ship a Complaint

There is a small post office in our area which many of us have been using to mail our lawsuits against Jiang Zemin since last June.

The employees at this post office were friendly and supportive, and we had no trouble successfully mailing our complaints through them.

On September 10, a practitioner went to mail a complaint and the courier told him, “Please inform that practitioner in your area to come by and pay 23 yuan.”

The courier then explained that the practitioner had come to the post office on August 25 to mail the complaint, but it was returned to the post office on September 4 because of insufficient postage. This courier took it upon himself to pay 23 yuan from his own pocket to have it re-shipped.

This practitioner was touched and praised the employee's sense of responsibility. That practitioner had received a message on September 6 from the Beijing Supreme Court confirming that the complaint was received.