Chinese Version of the Revised Investigation Report On Organ Harvesting Now Available

The Chinese version of the revised report, “Bloody Harvest
– Revised Report into Allegations of Organ Harvesting of Falun Gong Practitioners
in China,” is now available on http://organharvestinvestigation.net.

After nearly six months of continuous investigation, Canadian investigators Mr. David Matas and Mr. David Kilgour have more evidence to support the allegation of the Chinese Communist Party's organ harvesting from living Falun Gong practitioners. On the morning of January 31, 2007, the two investigators released their revised report, “Bloody Harvest – Revised Report into Allegations of Organ Harvesting of Falun Gong Practitioners in China”. The revised report expanded the previous 18 considerations to 33.

The revised report contains 16 new items of proof and disproof, including interviewing organ recipients, the large number of practitioners tortured to death or missing, large-scale construction of organ transplantation centers in China after the persecution, profit-making by China's military and medical system, the difference in ethics and law between China and other countries, the development of organ transplantation technology, and the large numbers of unidentified Falun Gong practitioners in detention.

The report is available at http://organharvestinvestigation.net/report200701/report20070131.pdf
and includes the following sections:

A. INTRODUCTION

B. THE ALLEGATION

C. WORKING METHODS

D. DIFFICULTIES OF PROOF

E. METHODS OF PROOF

F. ELEMENTS OF PROOF AND DISPROOF

a) General considerations

1) Human rights violations

2) Health financing

3) Army financing

4) Corruption

b) Considerations specific to organ harvesting

5) Technological development

6) Treatment of prisoners sentenced to death

7) Organ donations

8) Waiting times

9) Incriminating Information on Websites

10) Donor recipient interviews

11) The money to be made

12) Chinese transplant ethics

13) Foreign transplant ethics

14) Chinese transplant laws

15) Foreign transplant laws

16) Travel Advisories

17) Pharmaceuticals

18) Foreign state funding for care

c) Considerations specific to Falun Gong

19) A perceived threat

20) A policy of persecution

21) Incitement to hatred

22) Physical persecution

23) Massive arrests

24) Deaths

25) Unidentified

26) Blood testing and organ examination

27) Sources of past transplants

28) Sources of future transplants

29) Corpses with missing organs

30) Admissions

31) A confession

32) Corroborating studies

33) Government of China responses

G. FURTHER RESEARCH

H. CONCLUSIONS

I. RECOMMENDATIONS

J. COMMENTARY

K. APPENDICES

(In a separate document: http://organharvestinvestigation.net/report200701/Appendices-200701.pdf)

Posting date: 25/Mar/2007
Original article date: 25/Mar/2007
Category: World News

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