Zhou Qiang, chief justice and president of the Supreme People's Court of China, has actively advanced and participated in the persecution of Falun Gong since it began in 1999. This overview covers many of his crimes. Practitioners call for him to be held accountable for his unlawful interpretation of the law beyond his legal authority, sheltering the criminals behind the persecution, and involvement in the genocide.
Historical and cultural perspectives on the coronavirus can help us gain a better understanding of the challenges that we are facing and how we might positively cope with them.
In 2020 alone, at least 83 Falun Gong practitioners died in the persecution in China. Some passed away as a result of long-term torture in prisons, some died after they were denied medical parole despite their critical condition, and others died in police stations as a result of savage beatings.
Pennsylvania State University: News Department Undergraduate Earns Highest Grade in Her Class for Her Coverage of 2020 Election Events
"Ms. Li said she abides by journalism's ethics with courage because she is a Falun Dafa practitioner and follows Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance."
Prosecutor Deceives Heilongjiang Woman’s Family into Dismissing Her Lawyer, Uses Fabricated Evidence Against Her in Court
When the neighbor lady was asked about her statement that was presented as evidence of the defendant's "crime," she said she signed the interrogation record without reading it and didn’t realize the police had fabricated an account.
A practitioner shares an understanding of how to counter a persecution campaign by the authorities by striving to do better in cultivation and raising awarenesses.
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~ Accounts of Persecution ~
Master Li quietly watching the world from amidst the mountains after leaving New York following July 20th, 1999. (Published January 19, 2000)