Postal Employees Impart Valuable Information for Mailing Lawsuits
(Minghui.org) A practitioner went to a large post office to mail out her indictment against Jiang Zemin. Someone else sending an Express Mail letter asked the practitioner what she was mailing.
When the practitioner said that she was mailing an indictment against Jiang, the other person told a postal clerk to call the post office director.
The director then told the practitioner that he had been given orders by his superiors that he could not accept such lawsuits.
She tried to tell him the facts about Falun Gong and the persecution, but he called the Wenquan Police Station anyway.
By the time a deputy police director and guards from a detention center got to the post office, the director realized that he knew this practitioner very well because he had dealt with her many times.
In front of the police, he asked her, "Don't you have a heart problem?" She admitted that, before she practiced Falun Gong, she certainly did.
The director then said that he would take her home.
Later, employees from the post office told her not to mail her lawsuit at a large post office, but to go to a small, local post office instead. They told her that smaller offices could mail the indictments. Not only that, they said, she could also send it online, which would be quicker and safer.
The information was very valuable. We have indeed been successful in mailing out the indictments from small post offices.