Ms. Wang Hui from Laiwu City, Shandong Province Sent to Forced Labour Camp

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At about 4:00 p.m. on February 7th, 2009, Falun Gong practitioner Ms. Wang Hui, who lives in Gongxiao Shopping Area, Laiwu City, Shandong Province, was arrested. Police from Chengxi Police Station took her from the corner of the building were she lives. On the next day (February 8th), she was taken to Jinan City Forced Labour Camp.

Around 7:20 p.m. on February 7th, police encircled Ms. Wang's apartment, intending to search her home and confiscate her property. At the time, Ms. Wang's husband was visiting relatives and not home. Only their daughter, a Grade 10 student, was at home at the time. Police were banging on the door from outside. The daughter was so scared that she locked the door, and thus the police were unable to enter the home. The police then went downstairs.

On the main floor of the building her family lives in, Ms. Wang Hui owned a fried dough store. Several police gathered in front of the store and tried to figure out how to force it open. In the end they were unable to open it and left at around midnight.

On February 8th, as she was scared being home alone, Ms. Wang's daughter went to her grandfather's home. When she was forcibly taken away, Ms. Wang had her house key with her. Given the situation that nobody was home, police from the Chengxi Police Station collaborated with the Laiwu City Public Security Bureau and used Ms. Wang's key to enter the home, confiscating a computer that their daughter uses for school work and Falun Gong books. They also left behind a sham judgement stating that Ms. Wang had been sent to a forced-labour camp for a term of two years.

Kind and just people from all social circles, please help to resist and expose the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners by the Chinese Communist regime, the Public Security Bureau and the police, and demand the unconditional release of all Falun Gong practitioners.

Chinese version available at http://minghui.ca/mh/articles/2009/2/12/195340.html

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