To investigate the criminal conduct of all institutions, organizations, and individuals involved in the persecution of Falun Gong; to bring such investigations, no matter how long it takes, no matter how far and deep we have to search, to full closure; to exercise fundamental principles of humanity; and to restore and uphold justice in society.

Chapter Seven:Evidence of Falun Gong Practitioners Being Murdered in Other Ways

November 18, 2015


Summary: This chapter explains the various methods, in which the CCP has been murdering Falun Gong practitioners and treating their bodies as a type of multi-use resource.

I. Live Human Experiments
   1. Jinzhou City Public Security Bureau’s On-Site Psychology Research Center
   2. Research on Killing People By Causing A Primary Brain-Stem Injury Through The Use of A “Collision Machine”
II. China has become the Largest Country for Exporting Plastinated Human Body Specimens
III. Many Hospitals Use “Fresh Corpses” of Healthy Young People to Perform Simulated Liver Transplant Experiments
IV. Multi-organ Transplantation Experiments with Human Bodies

I.Live Human Experiments

1.Jinzhou City Public Security Bureau’s On-Site Psychology Research Center[750]

Wang Lijun, the former chief of Jinzhou City Public Security Bureau, founded the On-Site Psychology Research Center (OSPRC), which is believed to have used Falun Gong practitioners to conduct live human experiments as well as having committed live organ harvesting crimes. In his research center alone, there had been several thousand transplant operations in a period of a little over two years. He even received awards from the government for his “research.”

The OSPRC performed “research” on executed human subjects to study the dying process, including “a person’s psychological changes when facing death”, “changes in vital signs[751]” and the toxic residuals in different organs after toxin injection. These victims might have been killed by toxin injection and/or direct excision of human organs.

On September 17, 2006,Wang Lijun and his OSPRC’s “Research on Organ Transplantation from Donors Who Have Been Subjected to Drug Injection[752]” were given the “Guanghua Innovation Special Contribution Award” by China Guanghua Science and Technology Foundation [753], as well as a research grant of 2 million yuan[754].

When talking about his research “achievements”,Wang Lijun emphasized,“Our research site and our scientific and technological achievements are the crystallization of several thousand intensive on-site cases; they are the results of the painstaking efforts by so many of us…Jin Yang, the secretary-general of China Guanghua Science and Technology Foundation, and his staff were right there at our site, the very scene of our anatomization and the very spot of transplanting organs into the recipients.[755]”  This statement reveals that, within two short years of its establishment, the OSPRC had become the “scene” for several thousand organ transplant operations, with multiple witnesses.

The WOIPFG’s investigation recordings reveal that an organ transplant surgeon named Chen Rongshan, who cooperated with Wang Lijun, has admitted to have harvested organs from living Falun Gong practitioners[756].

2. Research on Killing People By Causing A Primary Brain-Stem Injury Through The Use of A “Collision Machine”

Beijing Youth, an official newspaper of the CCP, reported in August 2014 that Wang Lijun had a patent called “Collision Machine to cause primary brain-stem injuries”, which was developed by Wang to purposely cause brain deaths. The patent inventors included Wang Lijun, Ying Zhiyong, Zhao Hui and Wang Zhengguo[757]. Ying Zhiyong, Zhao Hui and Wang Zhengguo jointly published a 4-page article in Journal of Traumatic Surgery, second issue of 2008, which was titled “Quasi-static and Temporal Brain Injuries Caused by Collisions, Simulation Analysis and Its Clinical Significance.”

In this article, it was revealed that “as of October 2007, 12 ‘fresh heads’ of just-dead corpses had been used for collision experiments. All the (head) donors were male, aged between 26 and 38, with an average age of 31.”

The article did not state where the donors came from.

II. China has become the Largest Country for Exporting Plastinated Human Body Specimens[758]

Located in Dalian City of China’s northeastern province of Liaoning, Dalian Hoffen Bio-Technique Co., Ltd. (referred to as “Dalian Hoffen” in this report) was founded in 2004. It is a “human body plastination” factory utilizing solely Chinese bodies. It is called “the largest human body plastination industrial base in the world”. The General Manager of Dalian Hoffen was Sui Hongjin, the Director of the Department of Anatomy at Dalian Medical University[759].

From 2004 to the end of 2012, Sui Hongjin’s human body exhibitions appeared in over 60 cities in over 20 countries. Exactly how many Chinese bodies had been plastinated and sold to the various countries to be exhibited by Sui Hongjin? Given the current situation in mainland China, it is still difficult to even come up with complete statistics.

The first body exhibition opened at11 Fulton Street, lower Manhattan, New York on November 19, 2005. The exhibition displayed 22 full-body specimens and over 260 body parts made from Chinese corpses. The admission fee was $24.50 each[760]. By 2012, the number of Chinese people’s human body specimens sold by Sui Hongjin to the U.S.-based Premier Exhibitions had increased to over 200[761].

A German man named Gunter von Hagens has sold many plastinated Chinese corpses to various places around the world.

Oriental Outlook Weekly reported on November 24, 2003, that Von Hagens Plastination Co., Ltd, a German-owned enterprise in Dalian had sold many Chinese corpse-made specimens to the rest of the world and earned hundreds of millions of dollars in profit. Von Hagens Plastination Co., Ltd. was established in August 1999 with the approval of the Dalian municipal government, when Bo Xilai was the then-mayor of the city[762].

The results obtained from the WOIPFG’s investigation on the source of the cadavers used for plastination demonstrate that the Chinese communist regime’s public security, procuratorate and court systems, controlled by the Political and Legislative Affairs Committee, which was successively headed by LuoGan and Zhou Yongkang, are not only the main governmental agencies to persecute Falun Gong practitioners, but also the source of “fresh human corpses.”

Multiple types of evidence strongly suggest that the human cadavers used for plastination were not from donations, nor were they unclaimed corpses. Yet the main source of cadavers is not likely to have been “executed prisoners”. In mainland China, the thriving “human body plastination” industry is likely to have relied on the Chinese regime’s persecution of Falun Gong practitioners, and the main source of the “fresh cadavers” are very likely to be the Falun Gong practitioners, who refused to reveal their identities after being illegally arrested.

III. Many Hospitals Use “Fresh Corpses” of Healthy Young People to Perform Simulated Liver Transplant Experiments

From January 1999 to August 2006, Weifang People’s Hospital in Shandong Province performed at least 35 liver excisions from “fresh corpses” with modified methods, including five piggyback orthotopic liver transplant operations, four liver transplant surgeries with the classic technique, and 26 simulated liver transplant experiments. All the liver “donors” were male and aged between 19 and 43[763].

As of 2002, the Second Affiliated Hospital of Harbin Medical University performed applied anatomy research on the subject of splitting liver transplantation with 58 Formalin-fixed adult livers and eight fresh livers[764].As of 2004, this hospital had performed anatomy research regarding regions of the duodenum, the lower segment of the common bile duct and Vater ampulla by using 30 Formalin-fixed adult human corpses and 10 fresh cadavers[765].

IV. Multi-organ Transplantation Experiments with Human Bodies

Tan Jianming is the deputy head at Fuzhou General Hospital of Nanjing Military Region, the director of the Urology Department at this hospital, the director of the PLA’s Organ Transplant Research Center and a key administrator overseeing the establishment of the national-level clinical transplant department.He performed at least 40 cases of human pancreatic islet cell transplantation in a little more than two years. He had experimented with several hundred rats and was a pioneer in constructing the rat model of diabetic nephropathy in Asia. Unexpectedly, when he tried to apply the same technique to the human pancreas, he encountered countless failures. The first challenge in the pancreatic islet cell transplant is to separate islet cells by using a cell separator and special enzymes, to extract islet cells with sufficient concentration and vitality from the donor’s pancreas.

In the second half of the year 2002, his research took a nosedive, with more than 40 human pancreas experiments failing one after another. However, Tan Jianming persisted. At the end of 2002, he finally succeeded in the separation of human pancreatic cells, and a series of challenges were overcome thereafter, such as the digestion of the adult pancreas, islet cell separation, and the purification and effective treatment of the cells. In early 2003, Tan performed a pancreatic islet cell transplant surgery as chief surgeon on a 13-year-old diabetic patient[766].



[750]Investigative Report: China’s Public Security Bureau’s On-site Psychology Research Center Implicated in Live Organ Harvesting on Falun Gong Practitioners, "WOIPFG", February 15, 2012

[751]The four vital signs."Medical Education Network (”,September 22, 2009

[752]Secretary-General Ren Jinyang's Speech at the Award Ceremony for "Guanghua Innovation Special Contribution Award, “Guanghua Dragon Network”, Sept. 19, 2006

[753]Overview of China Guanghua Science and Technology Foundation,"Beijing Guanghua Design and Development Foundation Website

[754]China Guanghua Science and Technology Foundation presented the"Guanghua Innovation Special Contribution Award" and hefty award given to researchers in the field of public security."Beijing Guanghua Design and Development Foundation Website",September 21, 2006

[755]Director of the On-Site PsychologyResearchCenter, Professor Wang Lijun's Speech at the Award Ceremony for "Guanghua Innovation Special Contribution Award", "Guanghua Dragon Network",September 19, 2006.

[756]WOIPFG Report: Wang Lijun’s Colleague, a Transplant Surgeon Admits Harvesting Organs from Live Falun Gong Practitioners

[757]Zhao Hui, Yin Zhiyong, Jiang Jianxin, Wang Zhengguo, Chen Jichuan and Yang Cheng, Finite element analysis and its clinical significance on the impact of brain injury caused by temporal hit under quasi-static." Journal of Traumatic Surgery",2008 No.2,Pages 141-144.

[758]An Investigative Report on the Source of Human Cadavers Used in the Plastination Industry in China, WOIPFG, Nov. 13, 2012, Updated on July 23, 2013

[759]Main Leadership at Hongfeng,"Website of Dalian Hongfeng Biological Technology Ltd."

[760]Chinese Human Body Exhibit Tour in the United States caused  controversy(Photos),"", November 24, 2005

[761]Introduction toHuman Body Exhibition, "Official website of the Human Body Exhibition"

[762]Follow the trail to Hagens Human Body Plastinationplant." Finance and Economy in China" August 16, 2012

[763]Li Chunyou, Ding Weibao, Li Sen andZhuang Guanyi,Clinical application of modified liver acquisition in orthotopic liver transplantation, "Acta Academiae Medicinae Weifang" 2007Vol. 29 No.03pages253-255(Department of Hepatobiliary Surgery, WeifangMedicalCollege, Weifang City People's  Hospital,Weifang, Shandong, zip code 261041)

[764]Han De’en, Su Huawei, Li Yulan, Hu Zhanliang, Zhang Xinyu and Zhang Xinchen, Comparative study of the two split methods for liver transplant." Chinese Journal of Clinical Anatomy", 2002,Vol. 20 No. 02, pages 92-94.

[765]Han De’en, Sun Qingfeng, Hu Zhanliang, Lu Chaoyang, ZhongXiangyu, Li Yulan and Wang Zhidong, Practical Surgery Vascular anatomy study on duodenum-preserving pancreatic headresection."Chinese Journal of General Surgery"2004Vol. 19, No.03pages 150-152.

[766]Reporter Chen Jinsong and correspondent HuYuejin, "Tan Jianming: be advanced in the field of world clinical transplantation". Guangming Daily, December 24, 2006. Republished on "Guangming News"