China faces suspicions about organ harvesting – Gregory M. Lamb

From the Christian Science Monitor:

A pair of human rights activists are charging that “a crime against humanity” is happening on a large scale in China. Members of , a spiritual movement banned by the Chinese government since 1999, are being “in effect, murdered for their organs,” which are being sold to buyers from China and abroad, says David Kilgour, a former member of the Canadian Parliament and coauthor of the report.

Mr. Kilgour and his partner, Canadian human rights lawyer David Matas, are now traveling the world speaking with governments and professional and human rights organizations urging further investigation of the allegations. Early last month, the pair released a report laying out details of an investigation they undertook on behalf of a Falun Gong support group, the Coalition to Investigate the Persecution of the Falun Gong in China.

“Ideally, we would like to pursue further research before we come to any firm conclusions,” the two conceded, while noting the difficulty in obtaining accurate information within the closed society of the People’s Republic of China.

But while the evidence may not persuade everyone who reads their report, it is strong enough in their minds to render a verdict. “Based on what we now know, we have come to the regrettable conclusion that the allegations are true,” the report says. “We believe that there has been and continues today to be large-scale organ seizures from unwilling Falun Gong practitioners.” [Full text]

See also “Truth and lives” from the South China Morning Post (via David Kilgour’s website).

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