Sponsored by the organization, Free China, and co-sponsored by over 20 groups, a large-scale rally and parade with the theme, “The CCP Must Immediately Stop the Killing” was held on September 6, 2007 in downtown Sydney. A major focus of the rally and parade was a reenactment that exposed the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) organ harvesting from living Falun Gong practitioners. Numerous media organizations took photos of the reenactment from beginning to end.
The Canadians supervised calls to several hospitals by Mandarin speakers purporting to be acting for patients seeking urgent transplants, getting some doctors and officials to admit taking organs from young and healthy Falun Gong prisoners.
From the Matas-Kilgour report: “The Organ Transplant Center of the Armed Police General Hospital in Beijing boldly states: ‘Our Organ Transplant Center is our main department for making money. This year (2004) there is a chance to break through 30,000,000 yuan (about $3.8 million U.S.).’ ”
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 January 31, 2007, two Canadian investigators released the revised version of their investigation report in which more direct evidence was added, showing that victims of live organ harvesting are Falun Gong practitioners. Such operations involving harvesting organs from living individuals have been undertaken in hospitals across China.
HUMAN rights lawyers want Western nations to discourage or prevent their citizens from going to China for human organs whose “donors” may have been killed and the organs harvested.
Canada and other countries should discourage or prevent their citizens from going to China to get human organs whose “donors” may have been killed so that the organs could be harvested, a team of human rights lawyers said on Wednesday.
Mayor CR Joe Natoli of Maroochy Shire Council, Australia, wrote a statement in support of the Coalition to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong in China (CIPFG) and its investigative teams formed around the world to go to China.
During recent days, Mr. David Kilgour said in an interview that he had obtained new evidence supporting the allegation of live organ removal in his trip to thirty capitals across the world. Mr. Kilgour indicated he would add the new evidence to his report and release a revised version.
China’s ambassador to Ireland is to be asked to appear before an Oireachtas committee to discuss claims that the Chinese authorities have been harvesting bodily organs from prisoners.
A report investigating alleged organ harvesting of Falun Gong practitioners in China was presented to the Joint Committee on Foreign Affairs today.