67-Year-Old Dafa Practitioner Mr. Qin Wenbin from Jiangsu Province Dies from Persecution

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Mr. Qin Wenbin, 67, was the assistant factory manager at the Wuxi Second Rubber Factory. In 1990, he contracted liver disease, which progressed to cirrhosis with ascites by 1996 and caused him to be completely bedridden. On August 15th, 1996, he started learning Falun Dafa, and through cultivation his mind and body became healthy. He became very vigorous and no longer became tired, even after long bicycle rides.

In July 20th, 1999, the former Chinese Communist Party leader, Jiang Zemin, started to publicly persecute Dafa. Qin Wenbin was monitored, his home was unlawfully searched and he was otherwise harassed. In early March 2001, several police officers from the Heluo Police Station in Wuxi City arrested him because he was allegedly involved in printing materials that explained the truth about Falun Dafa. He was later brutally persecuted by police officers Wang Jianqing,Wang Jianwei and others from the Binhu district 610 Office1 who did not allow Qin to sleep or drink for 19 days.

In December 2001, Qin Wenbin was sentenced to nine years in prison and sent to the Suzhou Prison. At that time, his health problems flared up again and he had to be sent back to Wuxi. In April 2002, he was released on medical parole.

After Qin Wenbin returned to his home, the police continued monitoring him around the clock and threatened him, which caused him great anxiety. On July 17th, 2006, he passed away tragically.


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://www.minghui.org/mh/articles/2006/9/23/138512.html

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