On November 25, 2001, a murdering case took place in Beijing, in which a "Falun Gong" fanatic Fu Yibin killed both his father and his wife. It was in fact one more example of Li Hongzhi and his "Falun Gong" cult having spiritual control over the practitioners and endangering lives.
The murder case proves once again that, by having spiritual control over others with fabricated fallacies, Li Hongzhi and his "Falun Gong" really endangered the society, brought tragedy of families and individuals and greatly infringed upon human rights. Incomplete statistic shows that so far more than 1700 people had become victim of the "Falun Gong" cult organization. Fu Yibin's killing his father and his wife once again revealed the cult nature of "Falun Gong" in endangering lives, being inhuman and anti-society.
In this sense, China Association for Cultic Studies solemnly declares: Chinese government's outlawing "Falun Gong" cult organization serves to maintain people's benefit and protect their life and property. We firmly support the guidelines and polices of the Party and Chinese government in addressing "Falun Gong" issue; we condemn "Falun Gong" for its violating the laws, infringing up human rights and endangering lives. In the meantime, we urged the government to have severe punishment on those "Falun Gong" members who had endangered the society and people. We truly hope those "Falun Gong" practitioners who are still obsessed to wake up and cast off the spiritual control of "Falun Gong" as soon as possible, and come back to the normal life orbit.
Since it was established, China Association for Cultic Studies has been committed to defend dignity of human beings, ensure implementation of laws, maintain social stability and fight against the evil forces and cults. We will follow this principle and fight against any cult organization that endangers people's life and property, disrupts social and public order and hinders law enforcement and social stability so as to make our due contribution in eradicating any cult organization.
(Xinhua, December 19, 2001)