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Last week, during the Chinese National People's Congress, China's Vice Minister of Health, Huang Jiefu confirmed that executed prisoners are the main source of organs for transplant surgery in the country.

Professor Arthur Caplan, who heads the Center for Bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania was shocked by this announcement by a senior Chinese official, and believes that Beijing is indirectly admitting killing Falun Gong practitioners for organ harvesting.

The communist regime is undergoing a public crisis since Chongqing Deputy Mayor Wang Lijun, a senior crime investigator attempted to defect at the US consulate in Chongqing on 6th February, 2012.

Wang fled to the US Consulate because he knew that Bo Xilai had secretly prepared a suicide note on 4th February for Wang after removing him from the senior position in Chongqing on 2nd February.

(A suicide diagnosis from hospital already arranged by Bo Xilai for Wang Lijun on 4th Feb.)

Wang unquestionably escaped the death sentence given by Bo Xilai, but his deep connection with organ harvesting crimes will not be wiped out.  The communist regime also knows that Wang would not go to the US consulate just to confess his involvement in killing Falun Gong people for organ harvesting, Wang will try to offer whatever evidence he could to absolve himself from the crime.  

So Huang Jiefu’s speech in the People’s Congress Meeting, could also be seen as an attempt by Huang, as a senior health official, to distance himself from the crimes.

On March 9, 2006, a former wife of a transplant doctor told Dajiyuan News that Shenyang Sujiatun hospital of Liaoning province had secret detained more than 6,000 Falun Gong practitioners, and many of them were used as a live organ supply. Her ex-husband left the hospital to seek cancer treatment for himself.  On March 31, 2006, a senior military doctor further revealed: "Sujiatun hospital is just a part of 36 similar concentration camps throughout the country, and according to information that I have obtained, the biggest imprisonment place of Falun Gong is in Jilin province, it only has a code name: 672-S, and holds more than 120,000.”

According to, a website dedicated to rescuing Falun Gong practitioners in detention, Jinzhou is one of the places where the persecution is most severe. After May 2003, when Wang took his post as chief of the Public Security Bureau of Jinzhou, a large number of Falun Gong practitioners "disappeared." As of today, many of them are still missing. In his research center alone, there were several thousand transplant operations. Wang's organization, the OSPRC, is suspected of being a major player involved in live organ harvesting and human experimentation on Falun Gong practitioners.

Here is the NTDTV interview with Professor Caplan:

Last Updated on Monday, 19 March 2012 09:54


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