The practitioners they arrested were not violent, both in their manner and speech. They were quiet, calm, and peaceful on arrest and often tried to explain the greatness of Falun Dafa, their miraculous experiences and the reason why they went to Beijing to appeal to the higher authorities. However, those police would not listen but said to them scornfully, "Don't tell me all this. The decision came from the top. We arrest all those who practice Falun Gong. If you have anything to say, tell the people at the top. We only carry out orders, and we don't care about other things." The young driver was extremely displeased with their remarks.
One day, while on duty, the driver saw a young man being dragged and kicked by a few police who were trying to hustle him into the police van. The driver could not hold himself back any longer. "Stop!" he said, "Didn't you see that this man didn't even resist when you abused him? What wrong did he do, practising Falun Gong? Haven't you finished yet? I think you people are more evil than anyone else. He is the good one, I can see." The police were speechless.
On returning home, he told his wife (also a practitioner of Falun Dafa) about this incident, and she showed him a copy of Falun Dafa material clarifying the truth. After reading the material, he said, If I am asked to transport Dafa practitioners to the camp again, I will simply let them go."
Recently, the police have been busy getting the fingerprints of all Falun Gong practitioners. They have been trying to find out where those Falun Dafa materials came from. The young driver said to a local police officer, "My wife practises Falun Gong. She is following the principles of Falun Dafa, living as a good person, and asking others to live up to that standard as well. She has done the right thing and I support her. If you people continue doing things like this, I will join her Falun Gong practice as well. I want to be a good person too."
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