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Monday, August 30, 2010

Harvested organs and body parts from prisoners and orphanages for sale in China: allegations charge Kate Blewett producer of the controversial “Dying Rooms,” which has been viewed in over 37 countries and by more than 100 million people stated,

“I did not know human beings could treat children with such contempt, such cruelty. Some of the orphanages we visited were little more than death camps.”

In a disturbing BBC investigative report (BBC video), an undercover representative posing as a potential client inquiring about the purchase of a liver for his father, showcases a doctor confirming allegations of the organs originating from prisoners.

During a news conference on Capitol Hill in April 2010, David Matas of B’Nai Birth Canada and Ethan Gutmann of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies found a disturbing trade.

The investigation of the execution of 9,000 members of the Falun Gong, revealed the deaths were a result of the need to sale their corneas, lungs, livers, kidneys and skins.

“Dissidents from China’s Christian, Muslim and Tibetan Buddhist communities — are also being harvested to satisfy an insatiable global demand,” Matas and Gutmann claimed.

“These groups are useless to the state,” Mr. Gutmann said.

“They are toxic, so you can’t release them. But they’re worth a great deal of money in terms of their organs.” he added,

“Organs from just one person can fetch a total of $100,000 on the worldwide market.”

Additional reports indicate that a liver can sell for $41,000.00 Read more...



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