Name: Sun Guiling
Address: Sujia Village, Dalianwan Town, Ganjingzi District, Dalian, Shandong Province
Date of Most Recent Arrest: October 20th, 2010
Most Recent Place of Detention: Fushun Brainwashing Centre
Persecution Suffered: Brainwashing, extortion, home ransacked
Ms. Sun Guiling lives in Sujia Village, Dalian and is a leukaemia survivor. From November 2009 to October 2010, she was arrested three times for her belief in Falun Gong.
Ms. Sun had leukaemia in 2005. A normal platelet count is around 180,000 to 320,000; hers was 18,000. Her doctor told her family to plan for her funeral. After practising Falun Gong, she eventually recovered, and her platelet count rose steadily until it was within normal range again.
While Ms. Sun was telling her story in the village of Majia, on November 30th, 2009, she was reported and arrested by police. She was released eight hours later after officers extorted 3,000 yuan1 from her husband.
At 10:00 a.m. on December 8th, four officers came to her home, and without showing any identification or warrant, they ransacked her home, and took pictures and video of it.
On the morning of May 10th, 2010, officer Wang Wenxiang of the Dalianwan Police Station saw people reading Falun Gong printouts. Assuming that they got them from Ms. Sun, he went to her home and arrested her. He seized her Falun Gong books, materials, and her two mobile phones.
The family of Ms. Sun quickly went to the police station to question the arrest. Wang answered, "I am a dog of the party (Chinese Communist Party). I bite when the party asks me to bite." She was released in the afternoon.
On October 20th, Ms. Sun was arrested for the third time. The Dalianwan Police Station deputy director Ma Kun and three other officers arrested her at home and seized her computer, mobile phone, and Falun Gong books. They took her to the Fushun Brainwashing Centre in the afternoon without informing her family.
Ms. Sun told her story in the centre and went on a hunger strike. At the same time, her family kept seeking her whereabouts and appealing for her release. They finally located her, and she was released on October 27th.
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://www.minghui.org/mh/articles/2010/11/9/232219.html
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