Qingdao Police Break into Ms. Cui Luning's Home and Ransack it (Photos)

Unable to contact Ms. Cui Luning for many days, her parents went to visit her. But they were greeted with a big mess (see the three pictures below) when they walked into her home. Cui, a Falun Gong practitioner, had been arrested on September 22nd.

On the morning of September 26th, four or five policemen broke into Cui's home. They questioned her parents who they were, how they managed to get in, and who informed them of Cui's situation. The police ransacked the home again and took away bags of items in their presence. More details follow:


On the morning of September 22nd, a group of policemen went to the Qingdao Paohua Alkali Factory and arrested the 33-year-old Ms. Cui, who was working at the time. They went to her home in the factory housing quarters and ransacked it for as long as four hours, taking away two carloads of valuables, including a computer, a printer, a TV, a DVD player, some cash, a deposit book, and many household items.

The police began monitoring Ms. Cui's home on September 21st. A man banged hard on her door at 11 p.m., and turned to knock on her neighbour's home when he did not get any response. He then asked the neighbours how come Cui was not home yet, and threatened them not to tell Cui that the police had been there.

When the police ransacked Cui's home on the morning of September 22nd, they used Cui's mobile phone to call all of the numbers in the address book and asked them who they were. They also sent out short messages: "Cui in trouble. Please come to her home immediately. Details later." Their apparent intention was to lure other practitioners to come over and then arrest them. They harshly threatened the neighbours not to tell anyone about Cui's arrest.

Presently Ms. Cui is being held in Qingdao City Dashan Jail, with no visitors allowed.

Chinese version available at http://minghui.ca/mh/articles/2005/10/2/111627.html

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