For the CCP, removing and selling organs from prisoners of conscience is a huge business. Democratic countries should stop looking the other way.
The State Department’s new annual Human Rights Report denounces a staggering situation. Bitter Winter and its detained reporters are among those mentioned.
The CCP ask for applause for its double lung transplant on a coronavirus victim. But the fact that two matching lungs were found in a few days raises new suspicions of organ harvesting, just as London’s China Tribunal releases his final judgment.
A woman from northern China shares a tragic story of how doctors promised to help her ill husband, but she was lured into agreeing to donate his organs instead.
Despite international condemnation, organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China has never stopped. One can get a kidney of choice in just two weeks.
Sombre relief and muted jubilation greeted the final judgement of the China Tribunal into Organ Harvesting in London this week.
Dr. Huige Li, Professor at the Johannes Gutenberg University Medical Center in Germany, is an expert on this plague. His testimonies unfold a nightmare. He recounts it to Bitter Winter.
Governments that refuse to tackle China over organ harvesting are turning their backs on victims of mass slaughter, claimed Tribunal witnesses in London.
An in-depth debate at the British Parliament explores the issue of organ harvesting. China is accused of “crimes against humanity, on an industrial scale.”