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China Tribunal Judgment

The People’s Republic of China stands accused of crimes that are comparable with the worst atrocities committed on civilians in war-time conflicts of the 20th Century. “If the accusations are true, then thousands of innocent people have been killed to order having their bodies – the physical integrity of their beings – cut open whilst still alive for their kidneys, livers, hearts, lungs, cornea and skin to be removed and turned into commodities for sale.” The China Tribunal, a body of seven independent members, heard witness testimony and reviewed documents. It concluded that it was “certain beyond reasonable doubt” that this accusation had been proven. The People’s Republic of China had perpetrated murder, extermination, false and mass imprisonment, torture, rape and other forms of sexual violence of comparable gravity upon countless innocent prisoners of conscience, and ethnic and religious minorities. In sum, nothing short of Crimes Against Humanity. These crimes continue – those who interact with the People’s Republic of China must do so in the full knowledge that they are dealing with a criminal state.

(The Judgment is also available to read for free at chinatribunal.com )

 

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The Slaughter: Mass Killings, Organ Harvesting, and China’s Secret Solution to Its Dissident Problem (2014)

by Ethan Gutmann

The inside story of China’s organ transplant business and its macabre connection with internment camps and killing fields for arrested dissidents, especially the adherents of Falun Gong. Mass murder is alive and well. That is the stark conclusion of this comprehensive investigation into the Chinese state’s secret program to get rid of political dissidents while profiting from the sale of their organs–in many cases to Western recipients. Based on interviews with top-ranking police officials and Chinese doctors who have killed prisoners on the operating table, veteran China analyst Ethan Gutmann has produced a riveting insider’s account–culminating in a death toll that will shock the world.

 

 

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State Organs: Transplant Abuse in China (2012)

by David Matas

China’s organ transplant numbers are second only to the United States. Unlike any other country, virtually all Chinese organs for transplants come from prisoners. Many of these are prisoners of conscience.

The killing of prisoners for their organs is a plain breach of the most basic medical ethics. State Organs explores the involvement of Chinese state institutions in this abuse. The book brings together authors from four continents who share their views and insights on the ways to combat these violations. State Organs aims to inform the reader and hopes to influence change in China to end the abuse.

 

 

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Bloody Harvest: Organ Harvesting of Falun Gong Practitioners in China (2009)

by David Matas & David Kilgour

Falun Gong is a modern day spiritual/exercise movement which began in China in 1991 drawing on and combining ancient Chinese traditions. The Chinese Communist Party, alarmed at the growth of the movement and fearing for its own ideological supremacy banned the movement in 1999. Falun Gong practitioners were arrested in the hundreds of thousands and asked to recant. If they did not, they were tortured. If they still did not recant, they disappeared. Allegations surfaced in 2006 that the disappeared were being killed for their organs which were sold for large sums mostly to foreign transplant tourists. It is generally accepted that China kills prisoners for organs.

 

 

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