China tribunal documents selling organs of religious groups

Harold Pease Ph.D.
Harold Pease, Ph.D.
Four years ago, Newsweek reported in a powerful article, “China forces its political prisoners to sell body parts,” but little has been printed in American news outlets since. So what did they report and can it still be confirmed? They reported, “Dozens of highly respected investigators, scholars and government officials around the world claim the Chinese government is harvesting organs from groups considered to be political or cultural enemies of the regime currently in power.” It identified “members of Christian house churches, Tibetans and especially followers of Falun Gong, an outlawed peaceful Chinese religious movement created in 1992” as being “forced into “organ harvesting since the 1990s.” These groups, already incarcerated, have become the government’s s
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