Chinese Policeman on the Run After Standing Up for Justice for His Father

Chinese paramilitary police officers at Tiananmen Square in Beijing on Oct. 23, 2020. 
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Chinese Policeman on the Run 
After Standing Up for Justice for His Father


(Taizhou City, Zhejiang Province / The Epoch Times—September 14, 2021) On September 11, The Epoch Times published the story of Wang Youyi and Wang Ke, his father, in their fight for justice.

Chinese police constable had to resign because his father was being harassed for reporting the illegal operations and breaches of regulations of a local business. Police officers from the public security office went to his home on the evening of Sept. 5 to bring him in for questioning. …he was not there at the time.
Wang Ke, born in 1990, was a second-class police constable of the Huangyan Police Station, Taizhou City, Zhejiang Province, before he resigned in August. The city is about 300 km south of Shanghai.
Wang Youyi, Wang Ke’s father, reported online in 2018 that Yuanqiao Supply and Marketing Cooperative illegally leased the business licenses of its gas stations to individuals with no business qualifications and that there were safety hazards in the gas stations. The safety issues included a dangling power wire above a gas pump and trees close to fuel nozzles.
Wang Youyi is a shareholder of the cooperative that he was reporting on.
One of his online posts stated that the ground construction of one of the gas stations didn’t comply with the land certificate, meaning that placement of the gas station was probably not approved by the local land management administration.
In his posts, Wang Youyi reported the alleged breaches to the local market regulation administration, the fire brigade, work safety administration, and the local Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) disciplinary organ. He went to the local disciplinary committee on March 22, 2021, to inquire about the results of the investigations. The staff told him: “What you reported is a legal dispute; we can’t reach an investigative conclusion. No conclusion is our conclusion.”
According to Wang Youyi’s online posts, Deputy District Director of Huangyan District Jiang Dehua held a coordination conference on May 21, 2019, about the alleged breaches of regulations and business license issues of the gas stations. Almost two months later, on July 18, the market regulation administration replied to Wang Youyi that it “cannot cancel the business licenses of the two gas stations based on relevant laws.”
Wang Ke helped his father post the materials on Chinese social platforms. He did not expect that he would be put under pressure by his own police station for assisting his father’s reporting. …
Wang Ke has a Bachelor of Laws degree, majoring in criminal investigation. He also holds a Chinese lawyer’s license.
Wang Ke told the Chinese edition of The Epoch Times on Sept. 2 that the Huangyan Police Station, where he worked, tried to silence his father by exerting a lot of pressure on him.
Police officers of various levels have summoned him at least 100 times in the past three years, asking him to persuade his father to stop reporting, but Wang Ke refused to do so. They also investigated him in various ways and threatened to fire him. The police station once held him in solitary confinement. He was rated as “incompetent” in his 2019 and 2020 annual assessments, which is a reason for a Chinese workplace to fire an employee. Wang could not accept what he was experiencing because he had done nothing wrong. …
To date, The Epoch Times has not been able to verify the details after contacting the local police departments and individuals who have refused to comment. The Epoch Times will continue to follow up. …


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A false witness will not go unpunished, 
And he who speaks lies will not escape.
                                                                                    ~ Proverbs 19:5 (NKJV)


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