Mrs. Cao Aihua from Xinjiang Autonomous Region Murdered Six Months Ago -- Local Authorities Issue a Resolution to Cremate Her Body and Destroy the Evidence

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On November 13th, 2006, Dafa practitioner Cao Aihua was tortured to death at the Wujiaqu Women's Forced Labour Camp of the Xinjiang Army Corps after she was detained there for ten days. During the past half a year, Cao's family has appealed to the police and justice departments, the jail administration bureau, the people's congress and the appeal office in Xinjiang. They demanded that the murderers be brought to justice. The women's forced labour camp wanted to settle the case privately, but Cao's family refused their offer. On May 16th, 2007, the Procuratorate and the Health Bureau, as well as other departments of Xinjiang Army Corps, issued a joint resolution proclaiming that authorities would cremate Cao Aihua's body if Cao's family did not so themselves within two weeks. Cao's family felt very grieved and indignant.

Mrs. Cao's son had been guarding his mother's remains at a funeral home far away from his home. The labour camp did not dare to cremate Mrs. Cao's remains due to her family's strong objections. When Mrs. Cao's husband visited her at the labour camp to bring her some daily necessities, Mrs. Cao told him that the guards had beaten and sworn at her. When cleaning his wife's body after her death, Mrs. Cao's husband found a large bruise around her waist. He believes that his wife died of internal injuries from severe beatings.

Cao Aihua's parents, husband, son, brothers and sisters cannot accept the fact that Cao Aihua was sent to a labour camp three times and beaten to death by the guards just because she was a good person who publicly spoke out against the persecution. In the past several years, the local police have extorted nearly 300,000 yuan1 from Mrs. Cao's family. Her husband is unable to pay off these debts.

Mrs. Cao's family members have appealed for more than half year. They unceasingly appealed to the People's Congress, the Procuratorate, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Political and Judiciary Committee, the Forced Labour Bureau and the Prison Administration Bureau of Xinjiang Army Corps. In the beginning, these units shifted their responsibilities; then they directly rejected Mrs. Cao's family members' requests or threatened them. Recently, they issued a joint resolution to cremate Mrs. Cao's remains by force, intending to destroy the evidence.

Officer Song, who is in charge of the women's labour camp, said to Mrs. Cao's family that the investigation results would not be given to the family members and that higher level authorities would follow the same policy. Mrs. Cao's family cannot find a place to hear their appeal. All levels of so-called "officials"have just ignored Mrs. Cao's family.

Cao Aihua suffered breast cancer before she started practising Falun Dafa. Endless treatments made her desperate for life. However, after she practised Falun Dafa, she recovered quickly. Cao Aihua's family members knew it was Dafa that gave her a second life. After the persecution of Falun Dafa started on July 20th, 1999, Mrs. Cao went to Beijing twice from Akesu in the Xinjiang Autonomous Region to appeal for justice. She was sent to labour camps twice. After she was released, she still explained Dafa's goodness to the surrounding people and departments and exposed the CCP's crime of persecuting people who cultivate "Truthfulness, Compassion and Tolerance".

In August 2006, Cao Aihua was arrested by the lawless police again and then mistreated. In October 2006, she was taken to the forced labour camp for the third time. She was transferred to the Women's Labour Camp of Xinjiang Army Corps (located at Wujiaqu City nearby Urumqi City and newly built in 2006) on November 1st, 2006, and continued to be persecuted. During this period, she was transferred often between the Police Departments of Aksu City and Allah City. Approximately two weeks after Mrs. Cao was taken to the Women's Labour Camp of Xinjiang Army Corps, she died on November 13th, 2006.

During the past seven years while Mrs. Cao Aihua was being persecuted, her family was extorted for money by the lawless police and justice departments, which brought her family many debts. Mrs. Cao's father suffered severe illnesses. People know the CCP is a menacing gang and a sinister group. All of these wrongful charges and lawsuits were created by the party.


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

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