Ms. Xu Yufeng is a 68-year-old Falun Gong practitioner who worked at the Huabei Petroleum Comprehensive 10th Section. She became physically and mentally healthy after beginning to cultivate. She left her many illnesses behind.
The police arrested Ms. Xu on October 15th, 2007. She was detained in the Jizhong Police Station for six months. During that time, she was physically and mentally abused by members of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). This abuse left her spitting up blood many times. She was hospitalized four times due to the abuse, and diagnosed with lung cancer. Again in police custody and secretly tried, her family was not informed. Although she was very weak, the police kept her in handcuffs.
Her family requested her release many times through the Jizhong Police Station, Bohai Police Station, National Security Brigade and 610 Office1. Not only was she not released, but they concealed her serious health problems. Her family was ordered to pick her up only when she was near death. Ms. Xu continued spitting up blood at home, but the authorities claimed it was only water accumulated in her lungs upon her release.
Fifteen-thousand yuan2 was demanded from her family by the CCP members for her release, but the family refused to pay.
CCP members' phone number list:
Jizhong Police Station:
Wang Guijun: 86-317-2770500 (Office), 86-317-2727240 (Office), 86-13803257585 (Mobile)
Zhao Suoliang: 86-317-2770502 (Office), 86-317-2713943 (Office), 86-13803259500 (Mobile)
National Security Section (related to 610 Office):
Li Hongzhou: 86-317-2770571 (Office), 86-317-2721620 (Home), 86-13582678296 (Mobile)
Shi Yanhui: 86-317-2770572 (Office), 86-317-2785815 (Home), 86-13582678297 (Mobile)
National Security Section, Boahi Police Station:
Chang Guorong: 86-317-2770705 (Office), 86-317-2729679 (Home), 86-13582679505 (Mobile)
Zhao Liyan: 86-317-2770706 (Office), 86-317-2712629 (Home), 86-13582679598 (Mobile)
1. "The 610 office" is an agency specifically created to persecute Falun Gong, with absolute power over each level of administration in the Party and all other political and judiciary systems.
2. "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/2008/3/30/175464.html
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