Snapshot of Falun Gong Practitioners Who Have Sued Jiang Zemin Received on June 15, 2015

June 23, 2015

(Minghui.org) Many Falun Gong practitioners are now exercising their legal right to sue Jiang Zemin for launching the persecution of their spiritual belief and causing them tremendous suffering in the past 16 years. This new wave of lawsuits against the former Chinese dictator is gaining strength by the day.

The Minghui website receives copies of criminal complaints against Jiang from many practitioners every day. In this report, we present a snapshot of some of the practitioners whose copies of lawsuits were received by Minghui on June 15, 2015.

Case 1: Ms. Cheng Haiyan (成海燕)

• Profession – General manager of Light Industry & Textile Corporation of Jiangsu Materials Group
• Hometown – Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province
• Complaints filed to Supreme People’s Court and Supreme People’s Procuratorate
• Key Persecution Facts
• The police ransacked her house five times
• She was placed under criminal detention three times
• She was tortured in a psychiatric hospital for six weeks and sentenced to ten years in prison.
• She was taken to a brainwashing center and tortured twice.
• Authorities forced her husband, who was in the military, to divorce her.
• Current Circumstances
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Details of Ms. Cheng’s criminal complaint in the Chinese language is available at
江苏成海燕控告江泽民破坏军婚、故意伤害罪

Case 2: Ms. Cao Yueling (曹月玲)

• Hometown – Shanghai
• Complaints filed on June 5, 2015
• Complaints filed at Supreme People’s Procuratorate and Supreme People’s Court
• Key Persecution Facts
• She was arrested three times and sentenced to three years in prison.
• Authorities extorted more than 100,000 yuan from her family.
• Her husband was forced out of the military and forced to divorce her in 2014.
• Current Condition
• She was last arrested on April 2, 2015 and placed in Pudong Detention Center, where she was tortured
• Her health deteriorated and she is currently hospitalized in the detention center’s affiliated hospital.
• Her mother filed the complaints on her behalf.
• Her grade school twin sons have allergic asthma and have no parents to care for them.
• EMS Photo of Ms. Cao’s Criminal Complaints:
2015-6-14-minghui-chenyan-receipt

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Details of Ms. Cao’s criminal complaint in the Chinese language is available at
上海曹月玲被迫害奄奄一息母亲控告江泽民

Case 3: Mr. Qiao Jianguo (乔建国)

• Hometown – Dunhua City, Jilin Province
• Complaints filed on June 1, 2015
• Complaints sent to Supreme People’s Procuratorate
• Key Persecution Facts
• He was expelled from Changchun University of Chinese Medicine because of his spiritual practice.
• He was arrested and detained four times.
• He was beaten in the face to the point of disfigurement
• He was repeatedly shocked with an electric baton.
• He was repeatedly stabbed in the ribs and groin with a sharp plastic pipe, which created open wounds. His ribs were exposed and visible. The wounds festered.
• Current Condition
• His last arrest was in January 2001. He was released on March 2003.
• Serial Number of Mr. Qiao’s Criminal Complaint Express Mail Receipt
• 1067849518613
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Details of Mr. Qiao’s criminal complaint in the Chinese language is available at
曾遭“小白龙”酷刑,延边乔建国控告江泽民

Case 4: Ms. Dai Xinlan (戴新兰)

• Profession – Retired from Lengshuijiang Iron & Steel Company
• Hometown – Lengshuijiang City, Hunan Province
• Complaints Filed on May 30, 2015
• Complaints Filed at Supreme People’s Court and Supreme People’s Procuratorate
• Key Persecution Facts
• Ms. Dai was kidnapped three times: July 2000, June 2003, and March 2011.
• She was repeatedly harassed and monitored. Her husband, Mr. Liu Erli (刘而礼) was kidnapped 18 times, detained eight times, put in a forced labor camp four times for a total of five years, and sentenced to prison for 3.5 years. Mr. Liu is at the time still incarcerated Wangling Prison.
• Current Condition
• Free with her husband in prison.
• EMS Photo of Ms. Dai’s Criminal Complaint:
2015-6-14-mh-sujiang-loudi-1

Details of Ms. Dai’s criminal complaint in the Chinese language is available at
七旬丈夫遭绑架十八次 湖南老太控告江泽民

Background

In 1999, Jiang Zemin, as head of the Chinese Communist Party, overrode other Politburo standing committee members and launched the violent suppression of Falun Gong.

The persecution has led to the deaths of many Falun Gong practitioners in the past 16 years. More have been tortured for their belief and even killed for their organs. Jiang Zemin is directly responsible for the inception and continuation of the brutal persecution.

Under his personal direction, the Chinese Communist Party established an extralegal security organ, the “610 Office,” on June 10, 1999. The organization overrides police forces and the judicial system in carrying out Jiang’s directive regarding Falun Gong: to ruin their reputations, cut off their financial resources, and destroy them physically.

Chinese law allows for citizens to be plaintiffs in criminal cases, and many practitioners are now exercising that right to file criminal complaints against the former dictator.

Chinese version available

Category: Prosecuting Jiang Zemin

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