Witness says Falun Gong bodies used as "Raw Materials"
for profiteering

Officials rush to cash in on detainees' bodies as they hide
and destroy evidence throughout China

Following revelations that Falon Gong practitioners' organs are being harvested and that the corpses are being cremated in a vast network of slave labor and concentration camps across China, investigators disclosed that the Chinese Communist Party has been conducting a massive, deadly campaign to hide and destroy evidence.

Investigators report that Chinese transplant hospitals told patients to "come in quickly" to get transplants, and that matching organs "will be available in one or two days".

Initial allegations were made by three witnesses, including a military doctor, who said the operations are performed while the victims are still alive so that the organs are fresh. The bodies are then cremated on site.

Follow the money

The doctor stated that the lucrative selling of captives' organs and bodily materials is driving the camps. "Falun Gong practitioners... are no longer regarded as human beings, but as raw materials for commercial products...the CCP...decided to treat (them) as 'class enemies' and felons, and handle them in any manner economically profitable."

Third-Party report confirms organ harvesting charges
Taken seriously by the international media, this independent report exposes the brutality and gives 17 recommendations on how to stop it.

Former Canadian Secretary of State David Kilgour and human rights lawyer David Matas published a 45-page investigative report into the organ harvesting allegations. "Based on what we now know, we have come to the regrettable conclusion that the allegations are true. We believe that there has been and continues today to be large scale organ seizures from unwilling Falun Gong practitioners." (for a free copy of the report and a link to the global media coverage:

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