Practitioner Mr. Wang Yongjun lived in Sonjianghe Town, Fusong County, Jilin Province. He became very weak after being mistreated multiple times by malicious Communist Party members and harassed by police from the Donglin Station in Songjianghe Town. He died on July 2nd, 2007.
|Mr. Wang Yongjun became very thin in 2004|
The police from Fusong County have arrested and tortured Mr. Wang Yongjun four times since the persecution began in July 1999.
On September 16th, 1999, local police arrested him, and released him on October 2nd, 1999 after extorting 760 yuan1.
On August 14th, 2000, the local police arrested him again, and released him on September 9th, 2000. While he was in police custody, the Political Security Office Deputy Chair Liu Xincai (male) tortured Mr. Wang Yongjun by cuffing his hands behind his back, and shocking him with electric batons, thus causing extreme pain.
On January 8th, 2001, the local police arrested Mr. Wang Yongjun a third time and released him on March 5th, 2001. During this detention, the guards encouraged prisoners to beat Mr. Wang, resulting in three of his ribs being fractured. This cost him a large sum of money for medical treatment. Officer Liu Xincai once again tortured him by cuffing his hands behind his back with a bottle in between (to cause more pain) and shocking him with electric batons. His condition became critical due to the shocks.
On April 9th, 2004, led by the Songjianghe Town Police Department Director Cheng Rongjiang (male), a group of officers arrested Mr. Wang for the fourth time and ransacked his home.
Mr. Wang Yongjun became extremely weak after all the mistreatment and persecution. He died on July 2nd, 2007.
Former Fusong County Police Department Director, and currently Jingyu County Procuratorate Chief Gao Feng (male): 86-13943953068 (Mobile), 86-439-8960246 (Xiaolingtong Mobile)
Current Fusong Police Department Director Wang Yunwu (male): 86-439-8986777 (Xiaolingtong), 86-13304499555 (Mobile),
Political Security Office Chair Zhang Aimin: 86-439-6211203 (Office), 86-4396214785 (Xiaolingtong), 86-439-8967785
1. "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://minghui.ca/mh/articles/2007/8/22/161313.html
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