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Falun Gong Crimes Further Exposed


(November 1, 1999) The Ministry of Public Security announced on October 25, 1999 that the Chinese police have investigated into a number of cases involving Falun Gong followers who have illegally obtained and leaked State secrets.

Police have evidence which indicates members of the Falun Gong cult, founded by Li Hongzhi, have stolen 59 classified State documents, 20 of which are top secret.

In his interviews with foreign media, Li Hongzhi has repeatedly claimed neither he nor his organization is politically motivated. Now the hard facts further expose him as a liar.

Li and his organization not only have political motives but also have openly opposed the government by spreading rumours on the Internet based on the State secrets they seized.

The theft of State secrets is just one of the many serious offences committed by Li and his illegal organization. Considering the anti-scientific, anti-social, anti-human and anti-governmental nature of Falun Gong, it should not surprise us if more crimes are discovered.

As an evil force, the Falun Gong cult has disrupted social stability, endangered the safety of the State and damaged the bodies and minds of those who believe in it.

The official ban and investigations into its crimes are significant steps towards rooting out Falun Gong. But additional efforts need to be made in order to wipe out the hotbeds for cults.

 


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