On January 21st, 2008 at around 6:00 a.m., seventy-year-old retired senior engineer Xiao Feng, a practitioner who lived in a village inside Shenzhen City, was distributing leaflets exposing the persecution in his area when two local police and public security agents caught him. They tried to force him to lead the way to other practitioners' homes in order to confiscate a large number of fliers. He refused, so they arrested Xiao Feng's wife Qian Huarui (60 years old) in their home, and took both of them to the village police station. On the same night at around 8:00 p.m., the two were transferred to a detention centre and have been locked up there since.
Xiao Feng and Qian Huarui's son and daughter have not yet been able to obtain any information regarding their parents, so they decided to call upon an lawyer. Through the lawyer's efforts, they learned that the city would be calling them to a hearing regarding their parents' sentencing.
Xiao Feng and Qian Huarui's son, Xiao Lingyun and his elder sister have now found a reasonable lawyer, and are preparing the files for a lawsuit.
Chinese version available at http://www.minghui.org/mh/articles/2008/3/9/173954.html
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