Dafa Practitioner Ruthlessly Beaten to Death by Maoming City Police

Dafa practitioner Yang Cheng was ruthlessly beaten to death in April 2001 by murderer Liang Zheng, a police officer at the Meihua Police Station in Maoming City, Guangdong Province.

Other persecution facts committed by police officials from Maoming City and other areas:

The Meihua Police Station personnel summoned every Falun Gong practitioner to the police station for questioning, and forced each of them to pay 30 Yuan to the police station.

In November 2001, Wu Yehui, chief of the Zhensheng Police Station in Maoming City led a group of police to the homes of over two dozen Dafa practitioners. They searched and confiscated their property. They even stole items with a value of only five Yuan.

Guangdong Province Judicial Department sent guards from the No. 5 division of No. 3 Branch Camp from the Sanshui Forced Labour Camp to the Masanjia Forced Labour Camp to study its criminal methods for persecuting Dafa practitioners. After coming back from their study, they used an abominable eight to ten electric batons to shock Dafa practitioners and also instigated criminal inmates to torture Dafa practitioners.

Police from Maoming City kidnapped Dafa practitioner Li Ming on the evening of March 2nd, when he was distributing Falun Gong flyers. He was detained inside a toilet at the Maoming City Legal Education School and was beaten by a bunch of thugs instigated by the police. He was seriously injured and his fate is unknown.

Maoming City Legal Education School is very vicious. All of the money that family members sent to Dafa practitioners was confiscated. Practitioners even have no money to buy toilet paper and daily necessities.

Maoming City "610 Office" telephone: 86-668-2951539
Maoming City Meihua police substation telephone: 86 668-2760051
Maoming City Zhensheng police substation telephone: 86-668-2380323
Maoming Legal Education school telephone: 86-668-2911013
Guangdong Province Sanshui Forced Labour Camp telephone: 86-757-7318294

Chinese version available at http://www.minghui.ca/mh/articles/2003/4/8/47922.html

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