July 08, 2014 | By a Minghui correspondent from Hunan Province, China
(Minghui.org) Officers from the Chengdong Police Station took blood samples nine months ago from Falun Gong practitioner Ms. Peng Jinxiang (also known as Peng Xiaomei) from Huaihua City, Hunan Province. Then they injected her with an unknown drug which caused abdominal pain, breathing problems, insomnia and edema. Ms. Peng continues to suffer these symptoms and her condition is deteriorating.
Ms. Peng was reported by two students while she was putting up truth-clarification posters near Shimen Bus Station in Huaihua on May 9, 2013. She was subsequently arrested by officers from the Chengdong Police Station.
Using the excuse of a physical checkup, the police drew Ms. Peng’s blood and gave her a shot. The police station was equipped with a set of specialized kits. One of the policemen acted kindly and said, “You can go home after the checkup. We have to take a rest, too.” Subsequently, he deceived Ms. Peng into allowing him to draw blood, and took the opportunity to give her an injection, contents unknown.
After he drew her blood and gave Ms. Peng an injection, the man’s expression turned fierce, and he said, “Don’t you want to say ‘Falun Dafa is good!?’ Don’t you want to say ‘Falun Dafa is Good!?’ Now say it. I want to see how you can say it!” The other police officers stood by, watching.
At about 10 p.m., they sent Ms. Peng to the Huaihua Detention Center. While in the detention center, she began feeling a little stomach pain. It got worse as time went on, until she could barely breathe.
After she was released, Ms. Peng frequently suffered stomachache and difficulty breathing. Nine months later, her condition continues to deteriorate. She can’t eat or sleep, and her body is swollen.
People responsible for the arrest of Ms. Peng include:
Chengdong Police Station:
Wu Qin (吴芩), director
Wu Zhengfu (吴正富), deputy director
Lei Ting (雷霆), Peng Fang (彭方)
Category: Accounts of Persecution