Three Officials Meet with Karmic Retribution for Persecuting Dafa Practitioners

Editors' note: In both Western and Chinese cultures, the principle of karmic retribution, that is, being held ultimately accountable for one's own actions, is widely accepted. The fundamental teaching of Falun Gong is the characteristic of the universe, "Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance." The universe will reward acts that are in harmony with this principle, while doing things such as beating, torturing and murdering people will incur karmic retribution. Stated another way, good deeds will be rewarded with good, while evildoings will meet due retribution. Articles such as this one are meant as a compassionate reminder of this principle to those who would commit wrongdoing. While many of those who persecute Falun Gong are merely "following orders," the universal law requires that they, too, be held responsible for their actions, and that only by reversing their course of wrongdoing may they escape retribution.

Bi Wukui, a policeman in Taonan Municipal Police Station, Jilin Province, died young

At the beginning of 2007, Bi Wukui, a policeman in Taonan Municipal Police Station, Jilin Province, had a sore throat. He was diagnosed with throat cancer. For three months he suffered greatly and then died. When he died he was very thin. He was just over 40 years old.

Bi Wukui was a 110 Office [similar to 911 in the US] policeman at Taonan Municipal Police Station. In August 2006, someone reported a Falun Gong practitioner grocery shopping at a market. Bi Wukui received the call, drove to the market, jumped out of the vehicle, and grabbed the practitioner's wrist, saying, "Are you a Falun Gong practitioner? Follow me to the police station." Without waiting for a response, he pushed her into the police car. She made efforts to push open the vehicle door and shouted to people in the area, "I was grocery shopping. The police arrest good people in broad daylight." Bi Wukui flew into a rage. He and another policeman dragged and pushed the practitioner into the police station. Then, national security chief Zhang Zhiqiang, Wei Yanfeng, and others made up accusations against her. She was illegally sentenced to forced labour for one and a half years, which left her five-year-old granddaughter with no one to look after her.

Before Bi Wukui, Liu Jinwei, the chief of the political security section at Taonan Municipal Police Station, also died.

Du Xuecheng, a policeman at the Yongkang Police Station in Taonan City, Jilin Province, died suddenly

In 2000, Du Xuecheng, a policeman at the Yongkang Police Station in Taonan City, Jilin Province, followed the Chinese Communist Party to arrest Falun Gong practitioners. He died at home one evening before the 2007 Chinese New Year. When Du Xuecheng arrived home that day, he didn't feel well. His family called for an ambulance at once. By the time the ambulance came, he was already dead.

The inspection commission secretary from Yongwen Town, Kaiyang County, Guizhou Province, died at 34 years of age

Li Bin was the inspection commission secretary for Yongwen Town, Kaiyang County, Guizhou Province, and the president of the town labour union. After the persecution began, he actively followed Jiang's regime to persecute Falun Gong practitioners. In 2003, he was praised by the government for his role in the persecution of Falun Gong. On the evening of February 6th 2008 (Chinese New Year's eve), he suddenly had a cerebral haemorrhage. He was taken to Jinyang Hospital, where they operated twice to try and save him, but their attempts failed. After 10:00 p.m. on February 10th, Li died at the hospital. He was 34 years old when he died.

It is a heavenly principle that doing good is rewarded and doing evil is punished. We advise those who are still persecuting Falun Gong to quickly understand the truth of Dafa, reverse the losses you have caused to Dafa and Falun Gong practitioners, and quickly quit the CCP.


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