Urgent Announcement: The Investigations of the Unlawful Mass Arrests Of Falun Gong Practitioners
(Clearwisdom.net) Since July 20, 1999, the Chinese Communist regime has been engaging in a genocidal persecution of Falun Gong practitioners. The unlawful arrest, detention, and brutal torture; as a result, they were severely disabled as well as death occurred.
In 2001, China was awarded the honor of hosting the Olympics in Beijing. The persecution has worsened since then. The World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong (WOIPFG) posted " An Urgent Announcement of Investigation in the Mass Arrests of Falun Gong Practitioners in Beijing, Which Is Using the Olympics as an Excuse," on March 1, 2008. The facts now show that the arrests are reaching far beyond Beijing in a new round of escalation of the persecution all over China, including 29 provinces, cities (four at the provincial level), and autonomous regions.
From the year-end of 2007 to March 11, 2008, there were 1,878 arrests that have been documented. The real numbers might far exceed those we have collected based on the records from the CCP human rights violations. We conducted a full investigation of the involved work units and the primary responsible individuals to further verify the facts of the crimes.
The Involved Primary Work Units and Responsible Individuals:
Zhou Yongkang, Chair, CCP Central Committee for Comprehensive Management of Public Security; Secretary, CCP Central Political and Judiciary Committee; Member, CCP Central Politburo Committee;
Qiang Wei, Group Leader, Beijing Olympics Security Task Coordination; Secretary, former Beijing CCP Committee; Secretary, CCP Qinghai Province Committee.
Ma Zhenchuan, Group Deputy, Olympics Security Task Coordination;
Ji Lin，Secretary，Beijing CCP Political and Judiciary Committee; Deputy Leader, Olympics Security Task Coordination Group; Deputy Mayor，Beijing;
Ke Liangdon，Chair, Public Safety Ministry，Legal System Department;
Wu Mingshan，Chair, the Public Safety Ministry，the Public Security Management Department;
Li Yujun, Member, CCP Standing Committee of Tongzhou District, Beijing;
Li Weiju, won "Civil Merit-Award," Security Guard under Jianwai Neighborhood Administration of Beijing;
Each district of the CCP committee, neighborhood administration, police station, domestic security division in each level of police department, Yayuncun (The Asian Athletic Competition Village) Administration, etc., are all the involved work units.
Our rule is that whoever committed the crimes will be held accountable. For group crimes, each individual participant will be counted, and planners and directors will be held responsible the same as well as those who directly committed the crimes. Based on this rule, all crimes committed under the auspices of various organizations and government bodies will eventually be traced to the responsible partakers.
The WOIPFG will carefully scrutinize all the work units, the responsible individuals and further check the facts of the crimes. We welcome anyone who collects and stores related evidence to these crimes, including written documents, photos, audio-visual recordings, etc., as well as documentation of their corruption, illegal properties, overseas properties (transferred by any method). Please pass this information on to the WOIPFG through safe channels.
The WOIPFG was established on January 20, 2003. Its mission is to help the entities that administer international justice and legal punishment to thoroughly investigate all crimes related to the persecution of Falun Gong, including the governments, organizations, and individuals involved. No matter how far away or how long it takes; we will investigate this until it is resolved. Join us, speak out, bring the killers to justice, and awaken the whole world!
World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong
Mail Address：P.O. Box 84， New york, NY 10116
Website： http://www.upholdjustice.org/, http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/
Posting date: 3/15/2008
Original article date: 3/15/2008
Category: News & Media Reports
Chinese version available at: http://big5.minghui.org/mh/articles/2008/3/13/174276.html