83-Year-Old Woman to Face Trial for Using Bank Note Exposing the Persecution of Falun Gong

An 83-year-old woman was arrested on February 14th this year for paying for groceries with a bank note printed with messages exposing the persecution of Falun Gong.

Ms. Kang Yinzhi (康银芝) exhibited symptoms of a stroke and passed out during interrogation the night of her arrest at the Neijiang City Detention Centre. The Chengxi Police Station, which was responsible for her arrest, summoned her children to sign paperwork releasing them from potential liability.

The police released Ms. Kang on medical parole, but demanded that her family remain on telephone standby.

The Zhongqu Court issued a document on December 18th informing Ms. Kang of her upcoming trial on December 25th. Guo Jinping was the assigned judge and Zhang Xinyuan the clerk.

Ms. Kang was indicted with a charge of “using a cult organization to sabotage law enforcement,” a pretext commonly used by the Chinese Communist Party to frame and sentence Falun Gong practitioners. In fact, freedom of belief and practice is protected by the Chinese Constitution.

Chengxi Police Station: +86-832-2021216
Police chief: Wu Jie (吴杰)
Mao Li (毛利): head of the Zhonqu Branch of the Neijiang City Police Department: +86-832-2060710; +86-13708257488
Domestic Security Office Head Chen Luteng (陈陆腾): +86-13981435566

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