Wife Wang Xiulan Tortured to Death, Husband Pei Jilin Sent to Labour Camp

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Wang Xiulan, female, 50, was an assistant at a Dafa practice site in Jilin City, Jilin Province before July 20, 1999. She was arrested because she held on to her belief in Dafa. While in detention, she was subjected to various tortures. Yet she firmly resisted the illegal persecution and refused to sign her name on the so-called transformation document that promised to give up the practice of Dafa. Later she was released due to her critical physical condition. In May 2002, she died from the persecution. The details of her death are yet to be investigated.

Wang Xiulan's husband Pei Jilin used to have various kinds of serious illnesses. However, after he started to cultivate Dafa, all the diseases went away and he regained a healthy body. Since 1999 when Jiang's regime started to frame and persecute Dafa, both Wang and Pei have been very determined in cultivating Dafa. Pei went to Beijing to appeal many times and kept clarifying the truth to people around him. In the face of the evil persecution, he never gave in.

At the end of October in 1999, Pei went to the National Appealing Office to appeal for Dafa. However, he was kidnapped on the train to Beijing, and was taken back to Jilin City. He was thus detained for 15 days in the Paoziyan Detention Centre, Jilin City. In December he was illegally arrested again and detained in the No. 3 Detention Center of Jilin City. During the detention period he was brutally tortured.

On October 1, 2000, Pei once again went to Beijing to appeal and was arrested and sent to Beijing Prison. Because he firmly resisted the persecution, he was later transferred to Jilin Liaison Office in Beijing. According to fellow practitioners who were detained in the same place as Pei, his head was severely injured when he was sent in. After going on a hunger strike for 3 days, Pei was sent back to Jilin and detained in the No. 3 Detention Centre. One month later, he was illegally sentenced to a three-year term in Huangxiling Labour Camp, Jilin City.

While in detention, Pei did not cooperate with the evil and he clarified the truth to prisoners and the guards. He also refused to sign his name on the documents that denounce Dafa. As a result, he was subjected to more brutal torture. Later Pei was transferred to Jiutai City Labour Camp. In September 2002, seeing that Pei was in critical condition, the labour camp released Pei in order to avoid responsibility.

In March 2002, the police attempted to kidnap the couple again. For three days, they kept pounding on the door, and cutting off electricity, making the couple unable to live a normal life. Under such circumstances, the couple had to leave their home in order to avoid further persecution.

On the night of June 16, 2002, the police used a master key and opened the door of the house where Pei temporarily resided. They arrested Pei and two fellow practitioners. Pei was sent to Wenmiao Police Station in Jilin City, where he was hung up with both of his hands cuffed behind the back and his toes barely touching the ground. However, Pei did not have any hatred towards the police, instead, he kept clarifying the truth to the police despite the unbearable pain. The second day, at noon on June 17, he managed to remove one hand from the cuffs with righteous thoughts, and walked out of the police station. The same day at night, when he returned home to fetch some materials and his bike, he was captured by the police who ambushed him near his home. Pei was sent to Yushugou Police Station before he was sent to a labour camp.

Such a happy family was broken by Jiang's regime. Wang Xiulan and Pei Jilin's son, who is a college student, is now left with no one to take care of him. In China, there are many more families who have similar experiences. Good will be rewarded with good, and evil with evil. All the crimes that Jiang's gang has committed are recorded in history and they will receive due retribution sooner or later.

Persecutors in Yushugou Police Station:

Director: Sun Dazhong

Police: You Hongliang

Police: Fu Qiang

Source:
http://www.clearwisdom.net/emh/articles/2002/8/28/25871.html
Translated on 8/26/2002
Chinese version available at:
http://www.minghui.cc/mh/articles/2002/8/17/35027.html

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