Gansu Province Police Issue Missing Person Notices to Track Down Falun Gong Practitioners Targeted for Persecution
(Minghui.org) After the Chinese Communist Party’s Political and Legal Affairs Committee ordered the “Zero-out” campaign earlier this year as a coordinated effort to force every Falun Gong practitioner on the government’s blacklist to renounce their faith, the authorities in Baiyin City, Gansu Province have been actively harassing the local practitioners and those in nearby regions in the past few months.
In the past 21 years of persecuting Falun Gong, the Political and Legal Affairs Committee, an extra-judiciary agency that oversees both the public security and judiciary branches, has been the mastermind that makes and orchestrates persecution policies.
After Ms. Wang Hui and Mr. Zhang Guangli were forced to live away from home to avoid the persecution, the authorities in Baiyin City posted “missing person notice” for them around town, in an attempt to solicit the public to report them.
In the missing person notice for Mr. Zhang, the police listed the cellphone number of a person surnamed Zhang, whom Mr. Zhang's family said could be a fake family name of someone they didn't know. The family heard people saying that this “Zhang” on the contact persons' list could be the director of the local police station.
The “missing person notice” for Ms. Wang Hui read,
Wang Hui, a 58-year-old female, is from the Baiyin District. She speaks Mandarin. She has gray hair and dark skin tone. She went missing around 3 p.m. on November 14, 2020, on Silong Road in the Baiying District, near the Baiying City No. 1 People’s Hospital. She was wearing a navy blue down jacket, blue pants, and black tennis shoes. Her family is very worried about her. Anyone with information about her is asked to contact her family or the Gongyuan Road Police Station. There is a reward!
Mr. Yuan: +86-13893058602 Officer Song: +86-13639302344
The “missing person notice” for Mr. Zhang Guangli read,
Zhang Guangli, a 51-year-old male, is from Baiyin District. He speaks Mandarin. He left home in Yinshui Alley on the evening of November 12, 2020, and hasn’t come back. He was wearing dark clothes and tennis shoes. Anyone with information about him is asked to contact his family or the Gongyuan Road Police Station. A reward will be provided!
Mr. Zhang: +86-13299339889 Officer Su: +86-13639309831
Perpetrators’ contract information:
Gongyuan Road Police Station: +86-943-8222814Gongyuan Road Residential Committee: +86-943-8222847