Falun Dafa practitioner Mr. Wang Zhongmin, 54 years old, was a resident of Xinglong Village, Shuagyang Town, Linghai City, Liaoning Province. He started practising Falun Gong in 1996. On February 28th, 2000, officials from Shuangyang Police Station arrested Wang Zhongmin and sent him to the Linghai City Detention Centre. The policemen involved included police chief Zhu Zhijie. Mr. Wang was released a month later. On September 28th, 2000, Wang Zhongmin went to Beijing to appeal for justice of Falun Gong. Lawless evildoers from the Shuangyang Police Station Zhu Zhijie and Wang Yanli beat him severely. They arrested him in Beijing and took him back to the Linghai Detention Centre. One month later they took him to the Jingzhou Labour Camp for two years of forced labour.
|Mr. Wang Zhongmin|
In May 2003, five policemen, including Jing Honggan from the Linghai City 610 Office1 once again arrested Mr. Wang Zhongmin and sent him to Linghai City Detention Centre. He was immediately sentenced to three years of forced labour. Wang Zhongmin's health was poor as a result of the persecution. The Jingzhou Labour Camp did not accept him because his blood pressure was too high, but the "610 Office" refused to let him go free. Two and a half months later, Wang was abused so badly that he had become skeletal and was barely alive. The police were afraid of taking responsibility for causing his death and released Mr. Wang while extorting 4,000 yuan2 from his son.
Seven days after Mr. Wang went home, a police car knocked him off his bicycle and killed him.
There are many suspicions factors behind Mr. Wang's death. It is not known whether it was really a car accident or a premeditated murder. The truth is best known by those lawless personnel who cruelly persecuted Mr. Wang Zhongmin.
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/2007/6/14/156871.html
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