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Editor, Dr T. Matthew Ciolek.

Canberra, 21 January 2011.

17 August 2006

Organ Harvesting in China's Labor Camps


16 Aug 2006

The Epoch Times, Epoch Times International, New York, NY, US

Supplied note:
"Exposing Shocking Horrors Inside Sujiatun Concentration Camp 9 (http://www.theepochtimes.com/news/6-3-11/39169.html) Falun Gong Practitioners a Cheap Source of Black Market Organs - In recent years, international organ buying and selling markets have had extreme shortages. As the world's most populous country with the death penalty, China is beginning to use lethal injections so the executed person's organs cannot be given to hospitals for organ transplants [...] Due to fewer channels for obtaining human organs [...] the organs of Falun Gong practitioners who have been tortured to death have become a source of cheap merchandise for this black market. [...] - ty."

Site contents: [latest news]
* MP Hosts Conference On Organ Harvesting Report At Australia's Parliament House, August 16, 2006; * Falun Gong Responds to Harry Wu, August 15, 2006; * Two Bodies Found in Wilderness, Organs Missing, August 11, 2006; * Organs Harvested for Profit in San Diego's Sister City, August 11, 2006; * Investigators into Organ Harvesting Reply to Chinese Regime, August 10, 2006; * Chinese Policeman a Witness to Organ Theft, August 10, 2006; * Widening Concern Over Chinese Organ Transplantation, August 10, 2006; * Surgeons Enforce Global Organ Transplant Ban, August 08, 2006; * A Milestone in Organ Transplant History, August 07, 2006; * Man Missing After Meeting With European Parliament Vice-President, August 01, 2006; * No Coercion for Organs Say Political and Church Groups, July 31, 2006; * Five Thousand Taiwanese Hunger Strike to Protest CCP Organ Harvesting, July 30, 2006; * A Renewal of Our Pledge and Resolve, July 28, 2006; * Criminal Complaint Charges Chinese Surgeons with Complicity in Organ Removal, July 26, 2006; * Australia Not Taking Organ Harvest Claims Seriously, Says Falun Gong, July 26, 2006; * World Transplant Congress Draws Large Falun Gong Presence, July 25, 2006; * U.S. Congress Upset by Escalation of Persecution, July 24, 2006; * Seven Years of Persecution Remembered in Sydney, July 23, 2006; * CCP Sets New Regulations for Corpse Treatment Saturday, July 22, 2006; * Government Hypocritical on Human Rights Says Senator, July 18, 2006.

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