Falun Dafa Practitioners in Ireland Join Wave of Criminal Complaints Against Jiang Zemin

July 13, 2015 | By a Falun Dafa practitioner in Ireland

(Minghui.org) Falun Dafa practitioners held a peaceful protest at the Chinese Embassy in Dublin on July 7, 2015. They protested the Chinese regime’s genocidal persecution of Falun Dafa.

A legal reform was implemented in China earlier this year that requires all lawsuits to be processed. 60,000 criminal complains have since been raised against former Chinese dictator Jiang Zemin. Among them, 20 Irish Falun Dafa practitioners have filed criminal complaints with the People’s Supreme Procuratorate of China, and the People’s Supreme Court of China.

Falun Dafa practitioners raise awareness about the persecution at the Chinese Embassy in Dublin, Ireland

The 16-year long persecution of Falun Dafa has resulted in the deaths of thousands at the hands of the Chinese regime. Thousands more Falun Dafa practitioners have been forced to flee China to avoid persecution, and are unable to return. Falun Dafa practitioners in Ireland state they have not been able to go back to visit their families.

Zhao Ming and Liu Feng were studying in Ireland when the persecution started. They traveled to Beijing to urge Chinese authorities to redress the brutal persecution campaign, but were arrested. They were jailed and tortured in forced labor camps in Beijing and Dalian City separately.

Ms. Zhao Li’s older sister Ms. Zhao Huiru was subjected to continuous torture in a forced labor camp, and eventually died in 2005. On behalf of her sister, Ms. Zhao Li filed a criminal complaint against Jiang Zemin. Details about Ms. Zhao Huiru’s death are available here in the article Practitioner Zhao Huiru from Shenyang Dies as a Result of Persecution.

Those participating in the peaceful protest at the Chinese embassy in Dublin expressed their wishes for Jiang Zemin to be tried in court for genocide.

Chinese version available

Category: Prosecuting Jiang Zemin


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