Ms. Li Liancai from Ningjin County, Hebei Province Harassed and Forced to Leave Home
(Clearwisdom.net) Ms. Li Liancai and her husband Mr. Yang Qiusheng are Falun Gong practitioners from Nanzhen Division, Dacaozhuang Township, Ningjin County, Xingtai City, Hebei Province. With Nanzhen Division Village Committee officer Mi Xingtang leading the way, their home was broken into and ransacked by Dacaozhuang Township Police Station head Xi Litao and Dacaozhuang Farm official Qi Liyong on September 8, 2011. The police also ransacked their son’s home and then attempted to take Ms. Li into custody. Ms. Li managed to escape being arrested, but she had to leave her home to evade further persecution.
Mi Xingtang led Xi Litao and Qi Liyong to break in Ms. Li’s home on the afternoon of September 8. When they entered her home, Ms. Li asked, “What are you here for? My grandson is asleep in the bedroom now. If you have something to say, say it here.” However, Mi Xingtang ignored her and still searched everywhere in her home. The police also ransacked her son’s home although they didn’t have a search warrant, and took his computer, printer, and disc-burning machine. Li was later forcibly taken to the Dacaozhuang Township Police Station and interrogated.
Ms. Li refused to answer their questions. Her grandson, who was also arrested, kept crying and screaming because he was hungry and frightened. Finally, the officers said, “Take your child back home. We’ll do the interrogation and record it at your home.” Ms. Li was then released and walked back home, followed by the police car. On her way back, Ms. Li thought, “I didn’t break any law. Why am I being interrogated? Falun Gong practitioners are all good people. Freedom of belief is a basic civil right. But during the past years, the communist regime authorities have frequently unlawfully broken into and entered practitioners’ homes. They not only ransacked practitioners’ homes, but also forcibly took practitioners into custody and extorted practitioners for huge sums of money, causing them to be unable to enjoy basic civil rights. The regime's police and other CCP agents constantly break laws while claiming they are enforcing them. I should not cooperate with them at all.” Seeing that this was an entirely wrong situation and that she would be exercising compassion by not allowing the police to continue comitting wrongdoing, Ms. Li escaped with her grandson.
Finding that Ms. Li had escaped, the police kept her home on watch and searched everywhere for her. In order to evade further persecution, she could not return home. The vegetables on her farm withered and died because no one tended them. Due to the regime's irrational persecution, her family has suffered economic and mental hardships.