Handling Questions from the Authorities about Lawsuits against Jiang Zemin
(Minghui.org) Practitioners who have recently sent legal documents to sue Jiang Zemin, the former leader of the Communist Party, have been contacted for questioning by either local committees, police, or judicial officials. Such personnel either called or physically visited their homes.
The inquiries mainly included the following questions:
1. Have you ever drafted a bill of indictment?
2. When did you mail it out?
3. Who organized or led the activity?
4. Were you forced to write it?
5. How did you finalize the bill of indictment and mail it out?
Regarding this type of questioning, we should have a clear understanding of it and use wisdom to respond to those who carry it forth.
1. Many have said that the “Two—Supremes” (Supreme People's Procuratorate and Supreme People's Court) have supposedly reported a list of Falun Gong practitioners' names or the lawsuit documents to local policemen, who then made the inquiries. This tells us that the lawsuits against Jiang have astonished the corrupt officials. Some of them indeed converged, and tried to collect practitioners' information and use it to persecute them.
2. For such questioning, we only acknowledge that we are suing Jiang Zemin, the one responsible for the persecution. Thus, they then will not use the excuse that “there is no such person or case” and negatively influence the “Two—Supreme” lawsuit procedures. Any other questions are not relevant to this situation, and we can refuse to respond to them.
3. One can confirm one's own lawsuit without involving other practitioners. Regardless of who may have helped write, print, or mail the legal documents, the question remains: Is such contribution actually related to the case? Some practitioners have lacked wisdom and vigilance in this regard. They said whatever they wanted to say, including some information that should not have been disclosed.
Practitioners need to be clear on this issue.