Torture Death of Dafa Practitioner Ms. Li Yuling at the Hands of Dongcheng District Police in Beijing (phone numbers included)
(Clearwisdom.net) July 9th report: at 5:00 a.m. on July 4th, 2003, Beijing Dafa practitioner Ms. Li Yuling was tortured to death by Dongcheng District police officials in Beijing. This came on the heels of her illegal arrest on June 25, 2003.
Ms. Li Yuling left home at around 3:00 p.m. on June 25. Dongcheng District police officials arrested her as she distributed truth-clarifying material. Later, they transferred her to the Heping Hotel under the guise of "helping her to reform." The police tried to coerce her into revealing the source of the materials and names of other Dafa practitioners, but Li Yuling firmly refused to cooperate. The police then brutally beat her and tortured her around the clock. Li Yuling didn't show any fear when faced with brutal torture. During the nine days of detention, she held a hunger strike to protest and resisted the illegal detention and brutal torture with dignity. In order not to cause any losses to Dafa, she didn't say a single word. The policemen flew into a rage and tortured her relentlessly. At 5:00 a.m. on July 4th, Li Yuling passed away from the torture.
When Li Yuling's family received the death notice from the police, they went to the Longfusi Hospital, where her body was placed. They saw that the left half of the face was swollen and bruised. Her ribs along the sides were black and blue. The police didn't allow her family to take a careful look at the body. Furthermore, they threatened, "No picture taking! No videotaping! Don't touch the body!" They said that these were orders from "higher up."
Li's family asked, "Why are there scars and bruises on her face and body? Why didn't you send her to the hospital right after you found out her condition? If she didn't eat or drink, why didn't you do something like calling her family, which you didn't do until after her death?"
Li's family condemned the police and demanded an explanation for Li's death. The police couldn't answer, yet they demanded that the number of family and friends invited to Li's funeral be as few as possible.
This is another piece of evidence of the Jiang regime's crimes against humanity.
Related phone numbers:
Dongcheng District Police Department in Beijing: 86-10-64042244
Head: Liu Ruibin
Deputy Heads: Ye Guoqing, Wang Tiean, Zhou Zhixue, Yang Yi, Yang Wuyi, Liu Yanguang, Xie Shilong
Dongcheng District Police Department Office: chief, Lin Shu, 86-10-64018857, 86-10-64042244
Politics Division: chief, Shan Zhiqiang, 86-10-64074411 ext. 3221, 86-10-64045986
Disciplinary Committee: chief, Zhao Xinping, 86-10-64074411 ext. 3213
Legal Division: chief, Wang Tingfang, 86-10-80712525 ext. 66228
National Security Division: chief, Yue Lianqi, 86-10-64074411 ext. 3502
Criminal Investigation Division: chief, Xu Tong, 86-10-84254154
Security Division: chief, Gao Jingbo, 86-10-64074411 ext. 2208, ext. 2308, ext. 2413
Patrol and Enforcement Division: chiefs, Duan Jianjun, Zhang Guoli, 86-10-65124893
Internal Security Division: chief, Su Baozhu, 86-10-64074411 ext. 1204
Disciplinary Inspection Team: chief, Zhu Xingyan, 86-10-84033842
Appeal Office: chief, Chen Chunjiang: 86-10-84041234
Dongcheng District Criminal Police Brigade: 86-10-64042059
Dongzhimen Police Station:
Address: No. 9 Xinzhong Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing
Chiefs: Liu Ze, Wu Wei
Longfu Hospital: 86-10-64011133
Address: No. 18 East Meishu Road, Dongcheng District, Beijing
Zip code: 100010