(Minghui.org) My husband started to practice Falun Gong in 1998 and soon became free of illness and energetic. Because of fear, he gave up cultivation practice after the Communist regime launched the persecution of Falun Gong in 1999. He then lost his good health.

He recently began to lose his temper frequently because of pain in his lower back, legs and arms. He became too weak to stand unaided, had to use a cane and fainted at times.

I shared my thoughts with him about the thousands of Chinese people inside and outside of China who are suing Jiang Zemin, the former dictator who initiated the persecution. I encouraged him not to miss the opportunity and suggested that he practice Falun Gong again.

He finally realized the significance of suing Jiang and agreed to do so. Local practitioners helped him write the indictment, and we mailed his lawsuit on August 23, 2015 to the Supreme People's Procuratorate. We received an acknowledgment of receipt the next morning.

My husband then decided to practice Falun Gong again, and he does the exercises with us. His illnesses disappeared, and he has become a new person with joy and hope again.


In 1999, Jiang Zemin, as head of the Chinese Communist Party, overrode other Politburo standing committee members and launched the violent suppression of Falun Gong. Jiang stepped down in 2002, but still controlled China through a network of corrupt officials that he had put in place.

The persecution has led to the deaths of countless Falun Gong practitioners during the past 16 years. Many have even been killed for their organs. Even more have been tortured for their belief, and Jiang Zemin is directly responsible for the inception and continuation of the brutal persecution.

Under his personal direction, the Chinese Communist Party established an extralegal security organ, the “610 Office,” on June 10, 1999. The organization overrides police forces and the judicial system in carrying out Jiang's directives regarding Falun Gong: ruin their reputations, cut off their financial resources, and destroy them physically.

Chinese law allows citizens to be plaintiffs in criminal cases, and many practitioners are now exercising that right to file criminal complaints against the former dictator.