Ethan Gutmann Addresses Czech Republic Senate

by Ethan Gutmann – Czech Republic Senate, Prague Beginning in 2006, I began conducting extensive interviews with Chinese medical professionals, law enforcement personnel, and over 50 refugees from labor camps to piece together the following timeline of how mass harvesting of prisoners of conscience evolved in China. In 1994, the first organ harvesting operations performed…

Skeptical of China’s Announcement to End Organ Harvesting? You Should be!

WASHINGTON / PRNewswire-USNewswire Just days before International Human Rights Day on Dec. 10th, the news that the People’s Republic of China will end its internationally-condemned practice of harvesting organs from prisoners by 1 January 2015 is hardly credible given the government’s long history of breaking similar promises, according to the global humanitarian watchdog group Doctors Against…

Motion Passed in Canada Against Forced Organ Harvesting in China

By Limin Zhou, Epoch Times OTTAWA—During Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s recent visit to China, the Subcommittee on International Human Rights unanimously passed a motion condemning the Chinese regime’s practice of forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience. The motion, which was passed on Nov. 6, stated that the subcommittee “expresses its deep concern over the…

Petition Urging Coroner to Perform Inquest Into Dead Bodies

By Maria Matyiku Petitioning Death Investigation Oversight Council DIOC, Toronto. Urge coroner to perform inquest into controversial dead bodies show in niagara falls. “Bodies Revealed” now showing in Niagara Falls displays dead, skinned human bodies in different poses. Mounting evidence suggests these people may have been murdered by Chinese police and then sold to companies for display.…

Ethan Gutmann on Here & Now Radio

Gutmann joins Here & Now’s Peter O’Dowd to discuss the findings in his new book, “The Slaughter: Mass Killings, Organ Harvesting, and China’s Secret Solution to Its Dissident Problem.” Ethan Gutmann’s new book is a riveting inside account of China’s booming organ transplant business and gives a glimpse into the Chinese state’s secret program to…

New Policy Attempts to Hide Ongoing Crimes in China

THE EPOCH TIMES The doctor appointed to make excuses for forced organ harvesting in China has once again changed his story regarding the source of organs for transplantation. Unfortunately, new evidence developed from papers published by Chinese doctors gives the lie to the latest official claims about the sourcing of organs for transplant. On Oct.…

Over 215 House of Representatives Support H. Res. 281

BY NTDTV Following the European Parliament’s resolution passed last December, asking the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to immediately stop forced organ harvesting, the H. Res. 281 by U.S. Congress reported in July has also won support from 215 House of Representatives members. The U.S. House Resolution 281 is gaining support from a subcommittee of the…

Military Hospitals Involved In Live Organ Harvesting (VIDEO)

BY NTDTV Former Central Military Commission Vice Chairman Xu Caihou has recently been officially charged with accepting huge bribes. Senior legal experts believe Xu Caihou’s crimes are way beyond corruption. Recently, World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong (WOIPFG) released evidence of the PLA General Logistics Department’s involvement in the live organ harvesting…

Forced Organ Harvesting in China Discussed in Edmonton

BY OMID GHOREISHI, EPOCH TIMES Alberta has a certain legendary appeal for Ethan Gutmann, having heard the province immortalized in the ever-influential “Four Strong Winds,” a song covered by everyone from Bob Dylan to Neil Young and Johnny Cash. But Gutmann, an American who now calls London, U.K. home, wasn’t in Edmonton to talk tunes,…

Organ Transplantation Experience in China is Ultimate Horror Story

BY LU CHEN, EPOCH TIMES A Taiwanese patient received a matched liver and a matched kidney within only a month in a hospital in a city in northern China, according to an exclusive interview on Oct. 30 by the New York-based, Chinese-language television network New Tang Dynasty. The extremely short waiting time for organ transplants…