From Officials to Citizens in Beijing, Those Who Persecute Falun Gong Face Consequences

Many perpetrators involved in the persecution of Falun Gong have faced dire consequences. This article presents a collection of cases that happened in Beijing. We hope it serves as a kind reminder to those who are still following the CCP to persecute Falun Gong, that they will be held accountable for their actions.

Harbin City, Heilongjiang Province: 27 Falun Gong Practitioners and 3 Family Members Arrested within Two Days

Large-scale arrests are not new to Harbin City. In the past few years, the police in Harbin have conducted several group arrests of local practitioners, including 20 practitioners in October 2017, 72 in November 2018, 17 in September 2019, and 11 in April 2020. It's reported that the police officers involved in the latest arrests received bonuses of an undisclosed amount for each practitioner arrested.

55 Falun Gong Practitioners Sentenced for Their Faith in September 2020

The 55 practitioners have been sentenced to prison terms of 10 months to 9 years, with an average of 3.2 years. Nineteen of them were fined between 1,000 and 35,000 yuan, averaging 13,053 yuan per person. The authorities didn’t only target the practitioners themselves but also convicted one practitioner’s wife and another’s brother, neither of whom practice Falun Gong, for their support of the practitioners.

Sweden: Swedish People Condemn the CCP’s Atrocities

Falun Gong practitioners in Sweden recently held activities outside of the Stockholm Concert Hall, a must-see destination for tourists, to expose the Chinese Communist Party’s persecution.

France: “The Chinese Communist Party Robs People’s Freedom”

Since the beginning of fall, practitioners have been holding activities every weekend in different cities to bring awareness of the persecution of Falun Dafa in China.

A Life Renewed by Cultivating Falun Dafa

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