German Newspaper (Frankfurter Rundschua) on Kilgour Report into Organ Harvesting

Falun Gong adherents die in China so others can receive an organ transplant. Two Canadian attorneys brought to the public their suspicion that the Chinese authorities kill members of the banned Falun Gong movement for their organs. They use the organs to transplant into other humans.

Ottawa: The report detailing the organ transplants issued by the Canadian Immigration and Human Rights attorney David Matas and the former Secretary of State, in charge of the Asia-Pacific region, David Kilgour, on request from an organisation head quartered in Washington DC. Both note that between 2000 and 2005 the origin of 41,500 organs used in transplants, are unknown.

The allegation that these organs were removed from Falun Gong adherents offer one explanation, wrote the authors of the report.

The reason for the above allegation stems from the fact that local Chinese and paying foreigners, who generally have to wait for a long period of time for a transplant in their home countries, receive a transplant very quickly.

Falun Gong was banned during the 1990s. The followers of the movement describe the practice as a meditation practice, while the Chinese regime views it as seditious and endangering the state ideology.
Among other things, a Chinese exposed that her husband, a doctor, removed during a two year period 1,000 corneas from sedated Falun Gong practitioners that were transplanted into other people. None of the involuntary donors survived, because other surgeons removed other organs.

The report includes translations of phone calls with staff members in prisons and clinics, who admit that Falun Gong members are used as a living organ bank.

The report also disclosed that there are no surviving victims who can expose the truth. The “scene of the crime” leaves no trace, because the victims are cremated. China has not opened its doors for an inspection to put the accusation to rest.

The Canadian regime will investigate the accusations.

Frankfurter Rundschau website (German only):

June 7th, 2006

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