Mr. Jiang Chengjiu and His Wife Li Fengqin Die as a Result of Persecution in Heilongjiang Province
(Clearwisdom.net) This is a belated report. Mr. Jiang Chengjiu and his wife Li Fengqin lived in Boli County, Heilongjiang Province. Ms. Li died as a result of the persecution in 2004, and Mr. Jiang died in 2006 as a result of the persecution.
Mr. Jiang Chengjiu, 61, had 6,000 yuan extorted from him in 2000. In April and May 2001, the busy planting season, the couple was arrested and detained in Boli County Detention Center. They were both sentenced to forced labor in October 2001.
Ms. Li Fengqin was taken to the Harbin City Drug Rehabilitation Center, but failed the physical. She was then incarcerated in the Boli County North Prison. The Prison Administration had to release her when she was in critical condition, but they extorted 2,000 yuan from her children. In November 2004, she died, unable to recover from the mistreatment she suffered while in detention.
Mr. Jiang Chengjiu was sent to Suihua City Forced Labor Camp for a two-year term. He was released in 2003. On September 3, 2004, officers from the Boli County 610 Office, Police Department, and Qiangken Police Station arrested him again when he was attending a Falun Dafa experience sharing discussion in Taisheng Village. They detained him without allowing any visitation rights. They again sentenced him to three years of forced labor and took him to Suihua City Forced Labor Camp on October 27, 2004. His wife died about two weeks later.
Mr. Jiang refused to write the Three Statements or succumb to the brainwashing. Guards cruelly tortured him, causing him to go deaf in on ear, and his legs and buttocks were covered with bruises. In November 2004, guards Liu Wei, Chen Xinlong, and Lian Xing (all male) beat Mr. Jiang terribly to the point of near death. The Camp Administration notified his family to pick him up. They tried to extort 2,000 yuan from them, but his children refused to pay it. He died on November 15, 2006, only 18 days after returning home.
Boli County 610 Office Chair Hao Yongbo (male)
Domestic Security Division Leader Jiang Dongchun (male)
Boli County Police Department Deputy Director Lu Changxi (male)
Qiangken Police Station Director Si Qingchun (male)
Boli County Detention Center Director Wang Shiping (male)