Changchun Police Launch Searches Targeting Practitioners Who Possess the "Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party"

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According to insiders, the Chinese Communist Party recently issued a secret order requiring the police to intensify the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners between April 20 and May 20, 2005. The police are ordered to search every practitioner's home, and confiscate anything related to Falun Gong and the "Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party". To target those practitioners who have been forced to leave home to avoid further persecution, the secret order requires local police to search rented houses and check IDs of temporary residents in those rented houses.

It was learned that this secret order was sent to various provinces, cities, counties, towns, and villages.

On April 25, 2005, a group of police officers suddenly broke into a practitioner's home. Apparently the police had a list of local practitioners and were conducting a home search of every practitioner. The police learned the names of many Falun Gong practitioners from this practitioner. They took the practitioner and her child to the police station. Late that night, mother and child were released. The police said that she was released because she did not have the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party in her possession. The police were targeting people who have the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party in their homes.


Chinese version available at http://minghui.ca/mh/articles/2005/4/30/100796.html

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