Ms. Cui Hai Beaten and Badly Injured in Detention

Name: Cui Hai

Gender: Female

Age: 64 (Born in 1949)

Address: Qianshuiwan, Xianggang Road, Hankou District, Wuhan City, Hubei Province
Occupation : Former official at Wuhan City Chemicals Import and Export Company

Date of Most Recent Arrest: October 17th, 2012

Most Recent Place of Detention: Ankang Hospital of Wuhan City Police Department

City: Wuhan

Province: Hubei

Persecution Suffered : Detention, sleep deprivation, forced labour, brainwashing, forced injections/drug administration, beatings, hung up, imprisonment, torture, home ransacked, extortion, fired from workplace, interrogation by torture, doused with cold water, forced to breathe cigarette smoke

Ms. Cui Hai, a Falun Gong practitioner from Wuhan City, Hubei Province, had her power cut off by the Domestic Security Division. Then she was followed and arrested. Since the arrest, Ms. Cui has been held in a brainwashing centre, detention centre and a hospital. Nine months have passed. During this period, she has been subjected to brutal interrogations and beatings by the guards many times.

Rather than release her, the Wuhan City 610 Office (an organisation of special agents just for persecuting Falun Gong) under order from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is in the process of charging Ms. Cui with a fabricated crime.

Forced in homelessness and arrested

Forced to leave home and become homeless in another city to avoid persecution, Ms. Cui Hai was followed and arrested by police from the Domestic Security Division in the Wuhan City Police Bureau on October 17th, 2012. Officers led by Cai Heng confiscated her bank card, a mobile phone and cash totaling 20,000 yuan1.

Ms. Cui has been tortured at the notorious Hubei Province Brainwashing Centre and held at the Wuhan Ankang Hospital (aka Wuhan City Police Bureau Drug-abuse Assistance Bureau). Officers from the Domestic Security Division in the Wuhan City Police Department recently transferred fabricated evidence to the Jianghan District Procuratorate in order to frame Ms. Cui. Her family members and lawyer have not been permitted to see her. When her lawyer requested to check her file, he was turned down.

Persecuted for her belief

Ms. Cui Hai studied at the Hubei Province Traditional Opera School as a child. After graduation, she served in the military and was transferred to a civilian job at the Wuhan Chemicals Import and Export Company. Her abilities earned her a post as general manager in Guangzhou. She contributed greatly to the company.

Ms. Cui was later diagnosed with gallstones, as well as severe gastric and gynecological disorders. She tried many treatments but her health did not improve. She began practising Falun Gong in 1996, and soon, all of her illnesses disappeared. Then she plunged into work with a healthy body and more energy and enthusiasm than before. She was greatly admired by both her company leaders and colleagues.

Over the past 14 years, Ms. Cui Hai has been repeatedly arrested, detained, and sentenced because she refused to renounce Falun Gong. After being held in prison for three years, she was fired from her job, and thus lost her salary and benefits. She is now being secretly detained and tortured again.

Last October, Ms. Cui was arrested by CCP police again. She was held at the "brainwashing centre" in Jianghan District, Wuhan City for one week and then transferred to the notorious Wuhan Province Brainwashing Centre (aka Hubei Province Juridical Education Bureau,) where she was severely tortured for more than two months. She was force-fed, injected with unknown drugs, beaten, doused with cold water in winter, deprived of sleep, and forced to inhale cigarette smoke directly into her nose. Later she was transferred to the Wuhan City No.1 Detention Centre for one month and then transferred to Wuhan Ankang Hospital, where she is still being held.

Parties involved in the persecution:

Chen Shiguo, Wuhan 610 Office head: 86-27-82402903 (Office), 86-27-87403060 (Home)

Zhao Fei, current Party secretary of the Wuhan Political and Legal Affairs Committee, director of the Wuhan Police Department: 86-27-85876666

Liu Nanhua, chief of the Domestic Security Division of the Wuhan Police Department, directly in charge of Ms. Cui's case

Note

1. "Yuan" is the Chinese currency; 500 yuan is equal to the average monthly income of an urban worker in China.


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