Forty-five year-old practitioner Ms. Guo Lirong from Chengdu City in Sichuan Province is a former electrical engineer from the Qianfeng Electronics Corporation Ltd., having been fired simply because she practised Falun Gong. On the afternoon of July 18th, 2009, Ms. Guo was arrested a second time, while working in the Junxuwan Restaurant in Chengdu City. At approximately 4:30 p.m., plainclothes and other officers from the Fuqinglu Police Station, including officials from the Fuqinglu Administration Office, ransacked her home, and confiscated CDs, a computer and other family belongings. The personnel involved in the break-in included household register officer Li Xia and police officer Diao (last name) from the Fuqinglu Police Station.
That same evening, Ms. Guo was taken to the Xingjin Brainwashing Centre. At this time, police station officials have notified Ms. Guo's family about her arrest.
Ms. Guo's mother, an elderly woman in her eighties, suffers from heart disease, asthma and other illnesses. After finding out that her daughter was arrested again, she broke into tears and was unable to sleep the entire night.
Ms. Guo was previously arrested by personnel from the Fuqinglu Police Station and Fuqinglu Administration Office on July 30th, 2008. Subsequently, officials ransacked Ms. Guo's home, and she was sent to the Xinjin Brainwashing Centre and detained for over three months. During that period of time, her parents tried to seek help with her rescue from numerous sources. Meanwhile, Ms. Guo held a hunger strike to protest the persecution. She was finally released when she was in critical condition.
To learn more details about the persecution experienced by Ms. Guo before 2006, please read the article below:
Personnel involved in persecuting Guo Lirong:
Tang Xiaodong, head of the Fuqinglu Administration Office and "610 Office" in Chengdu City: 86-28-83243610 (Office), 86-13982072465 (Mobile)
Tang Zhonggui, chief of Fuqinglu Police Station
Li Xia, household-register officer
Chinese version available at http://minghui.ca/mh/articles/2009/7/25/205243.html
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