Police Officers Resist Being Part of CCP's Persecution Policy
(Minghui.org) Several recent reports on the Chinese-language Minghui website indicate that some Chinese policemen are resisting their orders to carry out the Chinese Communist Party's persecution of Falun Gong.
Talking Fearlessly to Officers
For example, a report titled “Returning Home After Clarifying the Truth in A Police Station” on January 7, 2016 told the experience of an elderly Falun Gong practitioner. She was arrested for distributing Falun Gong flyers and taken to a police station. However, she fearlessly talked to the officers about Falun Gong and advised them not to assist in the persecution, and how their actions violated the Chinese Constitution. The elderly woman was released after a few hours.
A Dozen Policemen Quit the Party
Another Minghui report published on the same day was titled “More Than Ten Policemen Line up to Quit the CCP in Police Station.”
An elderly practitioner was arrested for distributing Falun Gong calendars in a farmer's market and taken to a police station. While the officers were on a lunch break, the practitioner convinced a policewoman quit the Communist Youth League, an affiliate organization of the Communist Party.
After the officers returned from lunch, she persuaded more than ten of them to quit the Communist organizations. The police eventually drove her home.
Unwilling to Imprison Practitioners
A report on January 16 titled “Policemen Refuse to Imprison Falun Gong Practitioners” recounted the experience of five practitioners. They distributed calendars with information about the persecution in a park on December 15, 2015, when traffic police arrested them. The officers on duty refused to keep them at the police station. The practitioners had heard of a similar occurrence that happened before last August.
Detention Centers Refuse to Detain Practitioners
A summary report of arrests published on December 25, 2015 indicated that detention centers in Beijing refused to accept 47 practitioners, claiming they had failed physical examinations. The practitioners were released.
Persecution Tapering Off
The communist regime uses the police force to carry out its persecution policy. If police officers refuse to arrest practitioners, and detention centers refuse to accept practitioners, how can the regime continue its persecution?
Some officers have even driven practitioners back home in their cars.
In the past, detention centers would not have refused practitioners using health reasons; they were ordered to accept practitioners as long as they were alive.
With more people learning about the persecution of Falun Gong seeing perpetrators being punished one by one, the police are choosing to leave themselves a way out.
Even those who do not believe that those who carry out the persecution would be punished do not want to have their names listed under a persecutors list. How can they explain it to their families, friends, and younger generations? Their conscience and rationality told them that they should no longer participate in the persecution going forward.