Lord Avebury's Statement on the Secret Concentration Camp in China

Earlier this month, the whereabouts of the secret Chinese Sujiatun concentration camp was revealed by a former intelligence agent of the Chinese government. The camp is said to hold 6,000 Falun Gong practitioners and none who entered have ever come out. The camp harvests their internal organs and sells them. For more information on Sujiatun, please see http://en.clearharmony.net/articles/200603/31867.html.

The following is a statement by Lord Avebury, Vice Chairman and founder of the UK Parliamentary Human Rights Group. The statement was read at a press conference about Sujiatun on Monday March 13th.

It is shocking to hear the allegation that a secret concentration camp in Sujiatun, Shenyang, China, has detained over 6,000 Falun Gong practitioners, and it has been engaged in the harvesting of human organs from those imprisoned Falun Gong practitioners.

This practice of murdering people who peacefully exercise their freedom of belief and expression, and selling their organs for profit, if true, is the most barbarous and inhuman behaviour totally unacceptable in today's world.

The international community and the UK government should investigate these allegations and speak up loudly to condemn such brutality rather than keep quiet for commercial or political gains. This matter should be discussed at the forthcoming meeting of the UN Human Rights Commission.

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