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Police Ask How to Use Software to Get Around the Internet Firewall

April 12, 2015 |   By a Falun Dafa practitioner from China

(Minghui.org) I am a 61-year-old Falun Gong practitioner from northeast China. Wherever I go, I tell people about the benefits of Falun Gong.

Another practitioner and I were talking about Falun Gong to people at a bus station in early June 2013 and giving out software to break through the Chinese Internet blockade. One woman to whom I offered the software refused to take it and reported us to the security guards. We were arrested.

This was unexpected, so I looked within to find my shortcoming. I knew that I should negate any arrangement by the old forces. The police who arrested me were waiting to hear about Dafa and I should not let them commit a crime against Dafa.

I sent forth righteous thoughts to eliminate the evil elements that manipulated the police in other dimensions: “Your consciences should be clear. You will benefit if you treat practitioners well. Never sin against Dafa. You shall make the right choice for yourself and you family. ”

More officers arrived. I thought: “You are here for a reason. I must tell you the facts about Dafa.”

One police officer said a lot of bad things about Falun Gong. I ignored it and responded: “Please, don't push me around. I do not want you to persecute me, which would harm you. I tell you this truly for your own good. Have you any idea how people are mistreated in prisons and labor camps just for practicing Falun Gong?”

I told them how practitioners were tortured and that many involved in carrying out the torture experienced retribution. “You will ultimately reap what you sow, and you will never succeed in 'transforming' me. I will not give up Falun Gong.”

They had to know what I had with me, so I said, “What I have here is software to get around the Internet firewall, not a bomb. Why be so alarmed? Why cut off people's access to the outside world?” One of them asked me how to use the software, as many more officers showed up and listened in.

Even though I demanded to be released, we were taken to a hospital for a physical. The officer said they would release us if we were sick. We both turned out to be sick.

The officer who had asked me how to use the software volunteered to take us home and gave me 200 yuan. When I asked for his name, he said, “My name is Human Being.”

I used the money to buy blank DVDs to make Shen Yun DVDs and am certain that he will greatly benefit for what he did.