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Telling Police Officers about Bringing Jiang Zemin to Justice

August 28, 2015 |   By a practitioner in Weifang City, Shandong Province, China

(Minghui.org) Liu Changen, a high-ranking official in the local public security office, along with three police officers from other offices, knocked on my door on August 10, 2015. I refused to open it, so they climbed over a wall and broke into my house. They searched my home while recording everything on video.

I asked Liu Changen why they came. He grabbed a draft of a complaint against Jiang Zemin from my desk that another practitioner had written, and told me that it was the reason they were searching my home.

I reminded him that suing Jiang Zemin was legal. He countered that he did not claim that filing was illegal, but he wanted to know if I had mailed any documents about the issue.

I told him that I had mailed at least four documents, and I had also filed a criminal complaint against Jiang with the Supreme People's Procuratorate and Supreme Court.

He wanted to know why, so I explained that Jiang launched the persecution of Falun Gong and its practitioners, and slandered Master Li Hongzhi, the founder of Falun Gong. Additionally, Jiang committed horrible crimes, including the most heinous, forced organ harvesting from living practitioners, resulting in their deaths.

“My wife was tortured to death,” I added, “and my family was broken apart because of the persecution. I can't have a normal life.”

He wanted to know where my wife was killed, and I told him that she died in the Qishan Police Station of Zhifu District in Yantai City, and that police officers and 610 Office agents murdered her.

I made tea and said to them, “I never thought of you as criminals. I treat you as friends, and I try to awaken you. Once the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is dissolved, I won't be able to do anything to help you.”

I continued, “You came here to stop me from helping to bring Jiang to justice. Do you know that concealing murder is a crime?”

None of them said a word, but they took me to the Beimengzhen Police Station. They locked me in a dark room while they went for lunch. Upon their return, they questioned me more about the content of the letters I had sent. I described what I wrote, including details about my wife's death.

“The purpose of suing Jiang is to stop the persecution of Falun Gong. I also asked for an apology to Master Li. Additionally, I requested two million yuan as compensation for my family's losses, especially for the loss of my wife.”

Liu Changen said that I had not asked for too much, and then released me.