Post date: 2015-08-03
WOIPFG Releases the List of 2, 098 Medical Personnel in 100 Chinese Military and Armed Police Force Hospitals Suspected of Harvesting Organs from Living Falun Gong Practitioners
Medical personnel from military and armed police force hospitals involved in organ harvesting from living Falun Gong practitioners include but are not limited to: doctors specializing in organ extraction and transplantation, nurses, and anesthetists. Fundamental medical ethics and international regulations on organ transplant maintain that these medical personnel, prior to presenting credible and reliable evidence that could repudiate the aforementioned allegations, are seen as either suspects or material witnesses of crimes of genocide and murder. WOIPFG is conducting a comprehensive investigation and evidence collection on medical personnel from Chinese military and armed police force hospitals involved in organ seizure and transplantation, and releases the following list of 2,098 medical personnel from 100 hospitals under investigation.
Post date: 2015-07-22
The persecution of Falun Gong has been ongoing for 16 full years. With a very heavy heart, I would like to inform you that the scale of forced live organ harvesting of Falun Gong practitioners is much larger than our previous understanding. The World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong (WOIPFG) now estimates the number of victims at millions.
Post date: 2015-07-15
April 25: Marking a Historical Milestone and Exposing Atrocities Committed by the Chinese Communist Regime
Sixteen years ago, 10,000 Falun Gong practitioners from all over China protested in Beijing to appeal for their freedom of belief. In fact, it was also an opportunity for the Chinese Communist dictatorship to reform itself.Yet, under then-leader Jiang Zemin, the regime chose to treat its citizens as enemies of the state and targeted them for a brutal suppression campaign. Falun Gong practitioners started an unprecedented undertaking to expose the crimes committed by the Chinese Communist regime and offer an escape path for all Chinese from the grip of the Party’s oppression and propaganda.
Post date: 2015-04-24
Interviews by Huang Jiefu Provided New Evidence of China’s Organ Procurement from Prisoners of Conscience
In March 2015, China’s unofficial spokesperson on organ transplant, Huang Jiefu, gave multiple interviews in an attempt to promote China’s announcement of ending using prisoners’ organs. On the contrary, these interviews revealed more shocking evidence that China’s has been covering up its unethical organ procurement practice from prisoners of conscience.
Post date: 2015-04-07
As China’s highly unethical practices of organ procurement become increasingly scrutinized by international human rights groups and governments, the Chinese hospitals, either military or civilian, have been manipulatingthe organ transplant related data on their websites. Some hospitals altered the content, such as the number of transplants performed, of its website. Some hospitals simply removed an entire website pertaining transplant center operations.
Post date: 2015-04-07
“China will stop using organs from executed prisoners by Jan. 1, 2015” Another Deception to Hide its Practice of Live Organ Harvesting
On Dec. 3, 2014, at a Chinese Hospital Association Organ ProcurementOrganization (OPO) Alliance seminar held in Kunming city Yunnan province, China’s former Vice-Minister of Health, Huang Jiefu, announced that “starting Jan. 1, 2015 China will stop using the organs from executed prisoners .”This announcement attracted international attention. Although there have been doubts about whether China’s so-called voluntary organ donation system, which was just started, is able to meet the demand of over 10,000 transplants every year, many in the international community still hope that this announcement will end the ethical nightmare caused by China’s illicit organ harvesting practice. However, an analysis of publicly accessible materials in China concludes that the statement of “stop using organs from executed prisoners”is neither a State policy nor a legally binding legislation by the Chinese government.
Post date: 2015-03-11