The Relentless Persecution of Older Practitioner Ms. Cui Fengying in Jiamusi City, Heilongjiang Province

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Note: The following is a shortened version of a longer and more detailed article that appeared on the website (Chinese version of

Ms. Cui Fengying, 56, is a Falun Gong practitioner from Jiamusi City, Heilongjiang Province. She began cultivating in Dafa in October 1996. In June 2000, she and two other practitioners went to Beijing and appealed for justice for Falun Dafa and were arrested. The Anqing Police Station in Jiamusi sent two policemen (one of them named Lou Changlin) to take Ms. Cui back to Jiamusi. She was sent to a detention centre and the police station extorted 3,000 yuan1 from her family (without any legal procedure). Ms. Cui was released 15 days later.

On October 5th, 2000, Cui Fengying went to Beijing again, and was arrested while on the train. The police body-searched her and detained her in a dark room. Then policeman Lou Changlin and others took her and another practitioner, Yu Shuqin (who has since been persecuted to death), back to Jiamusi.

This time, her family was extorted for 4,000 yuan. In addition, policeman Sun Dahong tried to coerce Ms. Cui's husband into paying an additional 5,000 yuan, but her husband refused. Sun then went to her husband's company and forced the company to pay 5,000 yuan. As a result, the company withheld her husband's salary as a way to pay back the money taken by the police.

Sun Dahong also called Ms. Cui's home often to harass her, not even sparing them during the Chinese New Year. Under such circumstances, Cui Fengying was forced to leave home to avoid further persecution. While she was homeless, moving from place to place, the police went to ransack her home. Under such tremendous pressure, Ms. Cui's health declined rapidly. She returned home in 2004.

In October 2006, Cui Fengying explained the facts about Falun Dafa to other people, and as a result was reported to the police, who then ransacked her home. She was able to escape, but the police took her husband to the Jianguo Road Police Station and extorted 5,000 yuan from him. Chen Wanyou from the city 610 Office2 extorted another 4,000 yuan from him. Ms. Cui was forced to once again leave home. The repeated persecution of her and her family has left the family highly stressed and in financial difficulty. Policeman Lou Changlin still frequently goes to her husband's work unit trying to find out Ms. Cui's whereabouts.


1. "Yuan" is the Chinese currency; 500 yuan is equal to the average monthly income of an urban worker in China.

2. "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.

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