Rescuing Falun Gong Practitioner Detained
In Hebei Labor Camp
Since 2013, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) forced labor
camps were quietly torn down. All inmates were released.
However, one person is still held in Hebei Provincial
Women’s Forced Labor Camp.
According to the Epoch Times website, the person was
Falun Gong practitioner, Li Shanshan.
She was arrested at her market stall on Oct. 29, 2011.
Sources said that police in the labor camp told Li’s family
because she didn’t give up the practice of Falun Gong,
they won’t release her.
Li Shanshan is from Fengrun in Tangshan, local people called
her Tangshan’s daughter out of respect.
Since she was arrested, local people started rescuing her.
Now more than 5,000 people signed their name to rescue her.
Police Arrested Petitioners In Beijing
On October 2, petitioners from different cites continued to
unfold banners in Beijing. Later, many of them were arrested.
According to msguancha.com website in Mainland China, a
group of petitioners from Shanxi Province came to Beijing
South Railway Station. They unfolded banners against Datong
City regime who are illegally detaining petitioners.
Later, another group of petitioners went to Xihuamen by
Zhongnanhai set fireworks.
They protested for their problems had never been resolved .
Police came and pushed these petitioners to the ground,
grabbing their necks, taking them to Fuyou Police Station.
Beijing Police Use Special Device To Detect ID Card
On October 2nd , China “Human Rights Defenders" reported
that an old petitioner said ID card identification devices have
a special alarm system for the petitioners in Beijing: it has
three standards according to petitioners’behaviors.
First, the warning light shows yellow to indicate the identity
for the new petitioner who only petitions at the specified port.
Second,the warning light shows red for the petitioner who has
a record of administrative penalty for “extremist opinions and
Such a petitioner will be questioned in a room and
sent to the liaison office in Beijing.
If the petitioner is accepted by the liaison office in Beijing,
he will be sent to their local authority; otherwise he will be
released after a few hours.
Those petitioners who defend legal rights through inside and
outside media logged many times with so called extremist
opinions and aggressive behavior are dissidents.
The identification device indicates they are Internet pursued
fugitives that need to be controlled strictly.
Human Righs Defenders confirmed this after investigation.