Since July 20th, 1999, the Zengcheng District Police and the 610 Office1 in Guangzhou City have closely followed the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to persecute Falun Gong. Officers have arrested Falun Dafa practitioners, detained them and sent them to forced labour camps or prisons. They have committed countless crimes over the past eight years, including forcing Ms. Tang Jinai to have an abortion. The following is a partial list of the criminal acts they have committed.
1. Zhenlong Town Police Station
Address: Zhenlongfuqian Street, Zhongxin Town, Zengcheng District, Guangzhou City
a. Practitioner Mr. Feng Bingshen and His Family Members Persecuted
Police officers from the Zhenlong Town Police Station (now called Zhenlong Police Station, Jiulong Town, Luogang District, Guangzhou City) arrested practitioner Mr. Feng Bingshen on the night of February 21st, 2005 when he was distributing leaflets exposing the persecution. Mr. Feng was then sentenced to three and a half years in prison and detained in Sihui Prison in Guangdong Province. After his arrest, officials from the Zengcheng District 610 Office put his wife Ms. Tang Aijin on the wanted list and offered a reward of 50,000 to 100,000 yuan2 for her arrest. Ms. Tang decided to take their one-year-old daughter and leave home.
After Mr. Feng's arrest, Zhenlong Town police officers kept harassing his family members, including his parents, his mother and father-in-law, and his brothers. His family members and other relatives were monitored and threatened. Officers also took away the only valuable item in Mr. Feng's home, a motorcycle. They refused to give a written receipt for confiscating the motorcycle saying it was worth nothing.
Guo Jinhong, 610 Office director: 86-13928998328 (mobile)
Wang Jianlai, 610 Office deputy, personally involved in the persecution of practitioners: 86-13922372833
Li, 610 Office director, also in charge of Zhenlong Town: 86-20-82866202
Zhenlong Town Police Station officers: Luo Weijun, 86-13802808284 (mobile) Li Zengming, 86-13602225553 (mobile)
b. The Persecution of Practitioner Ms. Tang Jinai
Ms. Tang Jinai, the wife of Mr. Feng Bingshen, lives in Luogang Town, Baiyun District in Guangzhou City (originally called Zhenlong Town, Zengcheng District). After her husband was arrested and sentenced to prison, Ms. Tang decided to leave home and work elsewhere to support her daughter and herself.
At around 3:00 p.m. on July 20th, 2006, Ms. Tang was arrested while at work in the Zuchun Factory in Tianhe District, Guangzhou City. Participating in the arrest were police officers from Luogang Town and from the Tianhe District 610 Office. Ms. Tang's two-year-old daughter lost her mother's care. According to the law, if both parents are in detention, one of them must be released to take care of the baby. However, Guangzhou police officers ignored the law and sent Ms. Tang to the Chuotou Brainwashing Centre.
In December 2000, Ms. Tang went to Beijing to appeal for Falun Gong. She was then arrested and held in the Zengcheng District Detention Centre. She was two months pregnant with her first child at the time. Since the law states a pregnant woman cannot be sentenced to forced labour, police officials Luo Weijun and others from the Zhenlong Town Police Station took her to a hospital against her will and made her have an abortion. Afterwards, they watched her closely. On the eve of the 2001 Chinese New Year, they arrested her and took her to the Zengcheng Drug Rehabilitation Centre. Two months later, the persecutors sentenced her to one and a half years of forced labour.
Related personnel and workplaces:
Tianhe District 610 Office: Cheng Wenhu, Li Jianhui (female)
Tianhe Police Branch 610 Office (renamed the Internal Security Section): Xu Qingsong
Officers of Zhenlong Town Police Station:
Luo Weijun, 86-13802808284 (mobile) Li Zengmin, 86-13602225553 (mobile) Zhong Runsen, 86-13697483128 (mobile)86-20-82876159 (home), 86-20-82876159 (office);
Zengcheng District 610 Office director, Guo Jinghong: 86-13928998328 (mobile)
Wang Jianlai, 610 Office deputy, directly involved in the persecution of practitioners: 86-13922372833 (mobile)
Zhongxin Town 610 Office: 86-20-82864559
Director Li, head of Zhongxin Town 610 Office, also in charge of Zhenlong Town, 86-20-82866202
Zhenlong Town Police Station officer, Zhong Xiangxiang: 86-20-82874178
2. Baishi Police Station
Address: Shangzhaocun, Xintang Town, Zengcheng District, Guangzhou City
Zengcheng District Police Branch and the 610 Office
Address: No. 29, Heping Rd, Licheng Town, Zengcheng District, Guangzhou City
Tel: 86-20-82798996, 86-20-82775298
a. The Persecution of Practitioner Ms. Li Hongling
Ms. Li Hongling, 29, is an English teacher at the No. 2 Xintang Middle School, Xintang Town, Zengcheng District. Ms. Li was arrested several times between April and June 2000 for appealing for Dafa in Beijing. She was arrested again in July 2000 when she went to Beijing to appeal and was sentenced to one year of forced labour. She was detained at the Chuotou Women's Forced Labour Camp in Guangzhou City. At the end of 2001, Ms. Li was sent to the Guangzhou Law Enforcement School at No.56 Xizhoubei Road, Chuotou District where a brainwashing session was held. In March 2002, she was sent to the Liwan Brainwashing Centre in the Huangpu District, Guangzhou City. In July 2002, she was released but was still monitored closely by personnel from the Zengcheng District 610 Office, the Zengcheng Education Office and the No.2 Xintang Middle School.
At 8:00 p.m. on November 19th, 2003, Ms. Li Hongling was arrested in Tangmei Village, Xintang Town and sent to the Baishi Police Station. She was deprived of sleep for more than ten days, between December 3rd and December 18th, 2003. More than ten officers from the Baishi Police Station and the 610 Office took turns interrogating her in attempts to find out the source of her leaflets exposing the persecution. The police officers involved in persecuting Ms. Li's include Li Yinghang, Wu Jiandong and Wu Gexin, who was in charge of Ms. Li's case in the Zengcheng District 610 Office.
Related personnel and work units:
Zengcheng District Police Branch: 86-20-82750022, 86-20-82752200
Wu Gexin, Zengcheng District 610 Office: 86-20-82752751, 86-20-82752200-3066
3. Shacun Police Station
Address: Nanning Village, Xintang Town, Zengcheng District, Guangzhou City;
Officers from the Shacun Police Station arrested practitioner Mr. Chen Shuangfei and sent him to Zengcheng District Detention Centre.
4. Liyuan Police Station
Address: No.3 Education Rd., Zengcheng District; Tel: 86-20-82750999
Mr. Wang Yahua is a practitioner from Liyuan Town, Zengcheng District. He was held in the Zengcheng Detention Centre and sentenced to six years in prison.
Yao Suijun, deputy of Liyuan Police Station: 86-13602228609 (mobile)
Officer Qiu Hanyang: 86-13509288800 (mobile)
5. Xining Police Station
Address: No.2 Xining Rd, Xintang Town, Zengcheng District, Guangzhou City;
Practitioner Mo Shaomei was arrested on the afternoon of December 24th, 2006. Participating in the arrest were officers from the Xining Police Station, the Zengcheng National Security Division and the 610 Office.
Zhong Baochao, 610 Office head: 86-13809283208
Wang Jianlai, 610 Office deputy: 86-13922372833
Wen Xingqun, National Security Division head, a key person involved in the persecution of practitioners: 86-13922372833
Practitioner Ms. Shi Cunli was arrested on the evening of April 2nd, 2005 when she was distributing leaflets exposing the persecution in Erlong Village, Xiaolou Town, Zengcheng District. Ms. Shi has two children, one in middle school and the other in high school. They were left alone to take of themselves.
1. "The 610 office" is an agency specifically created to persecute Falun Gong, with absolute power over each level of administration in the Party and all other political and judiciary systems.
2. "Yuan" is the Chinese currency; 500 yuan is equal to the average monthly income of an urban worker in China.
Chinese version available at http://www.minghui.ca/mh/articles/2007/4/13/152703.html
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