Shandong Province Authorities Arrest a Woman and Torture Her to Obtain Information about a Falun Gong Practitioner

A Falun Dafa practitioner is a frequent customer of a beauty shop in Zaozhuang City, Shandong Province. Not long ago, this practitioner, who had taken leaflets exposing the persecution to the beauty shop, left the bag of the leaflets at the shop. Because the practitioner was out of town for a few days, an employee, Ms. Wang took the bag to her home. When the practitioner came back to the beauty shop to get the bag, she found out that Ms. Wang had been arrested.

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is very sinister. The 610 Office1 of Zaozhuang City and police officers from the Xuecheng Police Station arrested a non-practitioner who had committed no crime. They also tried to get information from Ms. Wang by torturing her, and they asked her if she practises Falun Gong. Currently, Ms. Wang has been detained for many days. Ms. Wang's family went to the Xuecheng Police Station many times to demand her release. However, the police officers did not release Ms. Wang, and instead they forced her family to persuade her to cooperate with the police. They did these things in order to force Ms. Wang to give them the name of the person who distributed the leaflets found in her home. The police officers broke the law and abused human rights. They also threatened Ms. Wang's family not to tell others about their evil actions.

Through investigations we learned that on October 11th, 2006, at 9 o'clock in the morning, Ms. Wang, who is in her 20s, was arrested by police officers from the Xuecheng Police Station while she was working at the beauty shop. Currently, she is being detained at the political and security section of the Xuecheng Detention Centre. A policeman named Shi Lei, delivered an arrest warrant to Ms. Wang's family.

Note

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.

Chinese version available at http://minghui.ca/mh/articles/2006/10/22/140745.html

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