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World Record Holding Athlete Sues Jiang Zemin

Falun Gong practitioner Mr. Zhang Qingyuan, 48, from Wuhan City is a former athlete who participated in the Fourth Far East and South Pacific Games for the Disabled in 1994. He broke the world record in the men’s triple jump and won gold. Mr. Zhang recently filed a criminal complaint against former Chinese dictator Jiang…

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Qiqihar: 62 Falun Gong Practitioners Have Died in Persecution

At least 529 practitioners in Heilongjiang Province have died as a result of persecution, the highest among all provinces and municipal regions in the country. In Qiqihar, the second largest city in Heilongjiang Province, it has been confirmed that 62 Falun Gong practitioners have been persecuted to death as of October 25, 2016. The 62…

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Defense Lawyer: How Can Teaching Good Values Be Unlawful?

The police in Chengdu City arrested and assaulted two Falun Gong practitioners in December 2015, for distributing informational materials about Falun Gong, a spiritual practice currently being persecuted in China. Ms. Ding Hui and Mr. Zheng Bin were tried on November 24, 2016, and both pleaded not-guilty. In the courtroom the prosecutor presented photos of…

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Chinese Judiciary Refuses to Blindly Follow Persecution Policy, Practitioners Released With No Charges

Minghui.org has reported a series of cases recently in which Chinese prosecutors, courts, and police departments have declined to press charges against arrested Falun Gong practitioners. These cases reflect the fact that more and more, judicial bodies and personnel in China are seeing past the regime’s propaganda and are coming to understand Falun Gong for what…

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Thoughts on Chinese Students’ Questions About the Persecution

During the Chinese premiere’s visit to Canada in September 2016, Falun Gong practitioners’ banners were intentionally blocked by the Chinese students’ huge red Chinese flags. It seems that the students had been arranged to be there by the Chinese Embassy. A few practitioners asked the students not to block others from expressing their wishes to…

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