German Federal Department of Domestic Affairs Admits the Illegality of Its Behavior and Reaches an Agreement with Falun Gong Practitioners

( reporter Zhou Yu reports from Germany: On April 26, 2004, the Federal Department of Domestic Affairs, in charge of the security of visiting heads of state, formally admitted that its treatment of Falun Gong practitioners during the visit of former Chinese president Jiang Zemin in April 2002 was illegal. The German Falun Dafa Association welcomed this forthright admission. The two parties reached an agreement proposed by the judge in Berlin's Administrative Court. At this time, the complaint filed by Falun Gong practitioners against German Federal Police on March 13, 2003 was formally resolved.

Non-practitioner: My Sister Died as a Result of Persecution - In Memory of My Sister Li Xuelian on the 100th Day after Her Death

( Today is the 100th day since my sister's death from persecution by the authorities. I write this article in memory of her.

I grew up in Heilongjiang Province. My father is sixty-four years old, my mother sixty. With his limited salary, my dad, a blue-collar worker, brought up my brother, my sister, and me. My sister Li Xuelian rented a counter in the Suihua shopping center using money from the sale of her employee benefits and a loan. My brother and I work at the Sifangtai Granary. My dad is retired. Our family was not rich, but we had a peaceful, harmonious, and happy life.

After Her Daughter Chen Ying Was Killed, Ms. Chen Xiuling Was Kidnapped and Tortured in Jiamusi Forced Labor Camp

( My name is Chen Xiuling, and I am 54 years old. I was a marketing director at the Yuntong Company in Jiamusi City Passenger Transportation Station, Heilongjiang Province. My daughter Chen Ying, who is listed as the first among practitioners who were killed during the persecution, used to practice Falun Dafa with me. She was a good kid. Not only did she study well at school, she also helped me a lot at home.

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