Longquanyi Police Torture Dafa Practitioners

Chengdu City, Sichuan Province

On the morning of October 13, 2001, four female practitioners who refused to give their names were illegally sent to Chengdu's Second Detention Centre and suffered cruel persecution. One young, violent policeman brutally beat one female practitioner. Her face turned dark purple. Her nose and eyes sockets were bleeding and covered with bruises. The policeman stepped on and kicked her head repeatedly with his hard leather boots and poured cold water all over her body. Another practitioner's jaw was beaten and sustained a more than one-inch-long, bleeding cut. Her undergarments were soaked with blood, and she had to wear these bloody clothes for 35 days. After receiving brutal beatings, the four female practitioners were handcuffed behind their backs and forced to put on 50 Jin (about 56 LB) shackles for 35 days. Although they suffered these cruel tortures, their determination never wavered.

In the beginning the evil forces were rampant. Confronted with the righteous thoughts of the Falun Dafa practitioners, some kind-hearted policemen often looked at them with tears in their eyes. Criminals also admired practitioners very much and said, "Falun Gong is good." They wanted to learn Falun Gong after being released.

In early November of 2001, a retired professor from the department of Chinese literature in Southwest National College had just come back from the US. He was tricked into opening the door for policemen at midnight one evening. The policemen rushed in and searched his home. The old professor was put into Longquan's Detention Centre at 4am. A female Tibetan agriculture expert from Tibet's Agriculture College, 54 years old, who used to suffer from breast cancer, is now being detained in Longquan's Detention Centre for practising Falun Dafa.

No. 113 female guard Tan Yumei ordered Hu Qing and other criminals to beat practitioner Wang Xiaoyu.

No. 114 female cell captain Chen Huirong and policeman Chen often order a criminal, Zheng Qing, to kick and beat practitioners.


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