Special Report from Santa Monica
This is a report we don't want to believe. We will let you be the judge.
Dr. Dana Churchill, N.M.D. in Santa Monica, California reports that the practice of harvesting organs from live humans is a growing problem in China. The former director of the Asian Pacific Division of Canada’s Foreign Affairs Ministry and a member of the Canadian Parliament, Mr. David Kilgore also released a report that documented that vital organs are being seized from Falun Gong practitioners in China. He said: “We have come to the regrettable conclusion that the allegations are true.”
Organs, including hearts, kidneys, livers and corneas were taken, to be sold at high prices, often to foreigners. A heart was reportedly sold for $130,000, kidneys for $50,000, and corneas for $30,000. The wife of one Chinese surgeon testified that her husband had removed corneas of more than 2000 people (all of them Falun Gong practitioners), in China.
Sujiatun Hospital recently revealed to the media that live organ removal operations were performed at the hospital. The surgeons knew all the victims were Falun Gong practitioners but were told that killing the practitioners was helping the Chinese Communist Party to do “cleansing.”
The doctors would not have to bear any consequences due to the central government’s policy that “no one would be held accountable for killing Falun Gong practitioners.” Falun Gong practitioners were kept at this facility, given blood tests, and killed as the need for specific organs arose.
A military doctor reported that the Sujiatun Hospital was only one of 36 such facilities in China used for organ harvesting. Currently most Falun Gong practitioners are still being held in jails, labor camps and detention centers. A detailed list of labor camps is available upon request.
Only when there is a need for organs for transplant are practitioners transferred on a large scale to the special facilities. Currently, the major areas where Falun Gong practitioners are detained are the northeastern provinces: Heilongjiang, Jilin and Liaoning. The largest camp, codenamed “672-S,” is said to hold over 120,000 people, including Falun Gong practitioners and other prisoners of conscience.
While the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has denied the allegations, the CCP also prohibited outside individuals from interviewing victims. In spite of this, several victims have been able to provide first hand evidence. Wang Xiaohua, who is now in Montreal, testified about the unusual practices in China, and the subsequent disappearance of individuals when they were taken away for surgery in China.