WOIPFG’s Latest Investigation Results: in the Name of “Organ Donation”, CCP Continues to Harvest Organs from a Large Number of Living Falun Gong Practitioners
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) claims that starting from January 1, 2015,the Chinese citizens’ voluntary donation has become the sole source of organs for transplantation. Furthermore, instead of decreasing, the number of organ transplants has actually increased, reaching a historical new high.
Between January and November 2015, World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong (WOIPFG)conducted phone investigation on 169 mainland Chinese hospitals, which are qualified to perform organ transplants, and some citizen organ donation organizations, and wrote a report titled “The Chinese Communist Regime Continues Its Campaign of Forced Organ Harvesting from Living Falun Gong Practitioners” (published on November 27, 2015; updated on December 20, 2015). It reported on the grave situation of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) continuing organharvesting of a large number of living Falun Gong practitioners.
From January to June 2016, WOIPFG’s latest investigation results show that:
1. Across China,the situations of extremely short organ wait times andan ample supply of donor organs have not changed. Some hospitals even provide critically ill patients with “green channels” (emergency liver transplants), which cannot be possible with a limited number and unstable supply of donated organs.
2. A medical staff of China’s largest organ transplant center, the First Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University, hasadmitted that the hospital’s annualorgan transplantsamount to “several thousands of cases”, are appropriate to the size of the hospital’s transplant center and are about 10 times of the transplant number publically reported by the hospital. This is consistent with the conclusions of WOIPFG’supdated comprehensive investigation report on organ harvesting, which was published on January 7, 2016.
3.The difficult situation of organ donation remains the same across China, with a limited number of organ donations and unstable donation characteristics. So organ donation cannot explain the above-mentioned number of transplanted organs and short organ wait times.
4. Some hospitals have admitted their previous use of Falun Gong practitioners’ organs and implied that they are currently still using the same type of organs.
More so, Zhu Jiabin, the head of the general department of the CCP’s“610 Office” in Mudanjiang City, Heilongjiang Province, has admitted in a high-profile way to live organ harvesting Falun Gong practitioner Gao Yixi. Sounding to be unscrupulous and emboldened in the knowledge of being backed up, he said that he had “sold” Gao’s organs.
Substantial evidence shows that the CCP’s crime of organ harvesting a large number of living Falun Gong Practitioners is still ongoing.
- Latest Development of Live Organ Harvesting Case Investigation: Mudanjiang City’s 610 police Zhu Jiabin Admitted to Harvesting and “Selling” Living Falun Gong Practitioner Gao Yixi’s Organs
At 5:22 p.m. on June 21, 2016, when a WOIPFG investigator was investigating and collecting evidence on the case of suspected live organ harvesting and murder of Falun Gong practitioner Gao Yixi in Mudanjiang City, one of the suspects, Zhu Jiabin, the head of the general department of the CCP’s “610 Office” in Mudanjiang City, Heilongjiang Province, directly admitted to the investigator his harvesting and “selling” of Falun Gong practitioner Gao Yixi’s organs.
Shortly after 9:00p.m. on April 19, 2016, Falun Gong practitioner Gao Yixi, a 45-year-old maleresiding in the Water Supplies BureauCommunity near Yueya Lakein Mudanjiang City, Heilongjiang Province, was illegally arrested along with his wife Sun Fengxia by five people, led by Mudanjiang Municipal Public Security Xianfeng Sub-Bureau’s Yuanming Community Police Office’s patrol unit vice-captainLv Hongfeng and taken to Yuanming Community Police Office. The policemen illegally raided Gao Yixi’s home and took away some personal items, including a printer, a laptop and Falun Gong books. After about one hour, Gao Yixi and his wife were sent to the Mudanjiang Second Detention Center to be illegally detained. During his illegal detention, Gao Yixi went on a hunger strike, and he wasseverely tortured by Yuanming Community Police Office’s criminal police team’s vice-captain Yu Yang and others. He was later sent to the local public security hospital.
On April 29, at noon time, Gao Yixi’s mother and daughter went to the public security hospital to request his release. They were deceived by the people there, who said that Gao was alright, and they were demanded to leave. On April 30, at 10 a.m., his family made a difficult journey to return to their ancestral home. At noon time on the same day, the police went to their ancestral home and found Gao Yixi’s elder brother. They told him that Gao Yixi had passed away.And his body was in Mudanjiang Sidao Crematorium’s dissecting room. Gao’s elder brother rushed to the crematorium, where he was demanded by the police to agree to performan autopsy on Gao’s body and immediately cremate his body afterwards. Since Gao’s brother refused to give his consent and yelled at them, they reluctantly agreed to allow Gao’s daughter to go to the crematorium. In the end, without his family’s consent, the policemen claimed that they had alreadyperformed “an autopsy” on his body.
Gao’s family had no knowledge of Gao Yixi being taken to the hospital or hisautopsy during the entire process. At around 1 p.m. on April 30, Gao Yixi’s young daughter, a 16-year-old high school student, rushed to the crematorium. The policemen didn’t allow her to see his body, and there were two special policemenforcefully pulling her arms to prevent her from approaching Gao’s body. She saw his body only from two meters away: his eyes were wide open; his stiff arms were stretching out tothe right and left;there were obvious handcuff marks on his wrists;and his fists were clenching. His chest and back were swollen and very thick, but his abdomen was particularly flat. In less than two minutes, the special policemen forcibly dragged Gao’s daughter out and placedGao’s body in the freezing chamber. His family didn’t agree to cremate his body, but the policemen said that his body would be forcibly cremated within three days.
In May, upon being pressed by Gao’s family’s lawyer, the policemen claimed that Gao Yixi died of heart attack. However, Gao Yixi’s family and Gao himself have no history of heart diseases.
Gao’s family had no knowledge of Gao Yixi being taken to the hospital or his autopsy during the entire process. When was an autopsy performed on Gao’s body? Why did the autopsy take place? Who carried out the autopsy? And what are the results of the autopsy? His family has no answer for all of these questions.
Zhu Jiabin, the head of the general department of the CCP’s “610 Office” in Mudanjiang City, repeatedly admitted in a high-profile way to harvesting and “selling”Gao Yixi’s organs. (Download audio file)
Investigator: You carved outhis organs, and (you think) you can get away with it? Zhu Jiabin…
Zhu Jiabin: Sold them!
Zhu Jiabin: All sold, they were all sold.
Investigator: It is ok for you to have sold them, how can you say this so easily? What if Gao Yixi were your brother, would you still talk like this?
Zhu Jiabin: That was just the human stuff. After slaughtering and opening up the belly, you just carve out (the organs), and sell them.
Investigator: Let me tell you, Zhu Jiabin, you are the head of the 610 (office). This is written very clearly on international websites. You know that the 610 at the beginning was Jiang Zemin persecuted Falun Gong…an illegal organization set up to persecute Falun Gong. Your department is illegal and above the law, do you know?
Zhu Jiabin: I do not know.
Investigator: You participated in live organ harvesting of Gao Yixi, and you even said such things. Don’t you have a heart (i.e. conscience)? Where is your conscience?
Zhu Jiabin: Yes, I do have. Here it is! I see it is thumping, thumping!
Investigator: You’ve sold someone else’s organs, and you even say something like this?! Are you still human?!
Zhu Jiabin: You even...
Investigator: Humans should have human nature. You are such people without human nature, and you even say such things.If this happened to your family and friends, would you think like this?
Zhu Jiabin: If you appeared in front of me, I would also live organ harvest you,do you believe it or not?
Investigator: You should know that good and evil will be repaid, which is a heavenly principle. Do you know this principle?
Zhu Jiabin: I don’t know. I only know to sell (organs) for money after (organ) harvesting. This is my principle.
Investigator: Let me tell you.Can you bear to spend this money? Ah? If people from your family were live organ harvested and (had their organs) sold by others, could you (bear it)? You!
Zhu Jiabin: Don’t you know my nickname?
Investigator: Murderers must pay with their lives,do you know?
Zhu Jiabin: I have just told you. If you had guts to stand in front of me right now, I would live organ harvest you all the same. My nickname is “the butcher”.
Investigator: Let me tell you~
Zhu Jiabin: Next time, next time, when you phone me,don’t call me by my name. I’ve changed my name, and I am now called“the butcher”.
Investigator: Let me tell you. You persecute Falun Gong, and you’ve live organ harvested Falun Gong practitioner Gao Yixi.We will track down and hold you responsible for your crimes, do you know?
Zhu Jiabin: Just track me down! I am number one in the world.What do I fear? I am called the butcher, specializing in live organ harvesting!
Investigator: You are so outrageous.You think nobody canpunish you, right?
Zhu Jiabin: Who would dare to punish me?
Investigator: The law, are you the law, right? You 610 (Office) is above the law and an illegal organization.
Zhu Jiabin: That I don’t know.It was said by you that I am lawless. I feel very good. It’s nothing, just like slaughtering pigs.You come over to shave the hair first, and then split open the belly. I would carve out whatever I need. After scoping (the organs) out, I would sell them. How wonderful? How fast the money would come…
- Up to Now, in China, the Organ Transplant Volume is Large, the Number of Donors is Sufficient and the Donor Organ Wait Times Are Very Short
WOIPFG’s investigation has found that the mainland Chinesemajor organ transplant hospitals, which performorgan transplants,have all admitted to performing a large number of organ transplants from 2015 to present. Also, there is an ample supply of donors, so the organ wait times are very short. Some hospitals even have “green channels” for liver transplants (i.e. emergency liver transplants). Some hospitals recently have an abundance of organs,so they had to find patients from all over the place to perform surgeries. The investigation has also found that these situations are commonplace across China, including in Beijing and Shanghai, where there isonly a small number of donated organs.
Some phone investigation recordings:
1. “If (the situation is) very grave, we have a green channel.” “Because we have an ample supply of donors”
March 1, 2016 Beijing Chaoyang Hospital’s liver transplant surgeon Lang Ren (+ 86-13911757869) said, “If (the situation is) very grave, we have a green channel.”“A maximum, a maximum of two weeks to wait (for the organ), in our hospital, because we have an ample supply of donors.” “We have already performed a more than a dozen (organ transplant surgeries) this year.” Green channelsare provided to patients with severe liver failure to have emergency liver transplant operations. (Download Audio MP3)
2.“I even went everywhere, to (find and) convince a patient to do (an organ transplant).”
Feb 27, 2016Regarding the liver transplant waiting time in his hospital, the First Hospital of Kunming’s vice president Ran Jianghua (+ 86-18987162566) said, “Since recently all the (organs) acquired are of(blood) type B, (and there are too many to be used up), after performing (organ transplants)for our own patients, we also transferred one from Zhejiang Province, we transferred a patient from Hangzhou to do (a surgery).” “I even went everywhere, to (find and) convince a patient to do (an organ transplant).” He said, “You see last year, we got 80 cases.” However, according to the “Yunnan Xinxibao”newspaper,during the entire year of 2015, there were only 48 cases of organ donation in Yunnan. (Download Audio MP3)
3.“Recently, as long as you want to,” “(we) might be able to do it immediately.”
June 14, 2016 Beijing Armed Police General Hospital’s liver transplant medical office (+ 86-1057976858): Usually, 20 days after the surgery, an organ transplant patient can be discharged successfully. We can perform (organ transplants) every month.Last month, our team alone performed six surgeries. We have four or five teams. “Recently, as long as you want to be hospitalized…,”if fast, “(we) might be able to do it immediately.” “In general, if it is a bit slow, it would take more than a month.”(Download Audio MP3)
4.As long as the (organ) matching is appropriate, a surgery can be immediately scheduled.
March 3, 2016Xiangya Hospital of Central South University Kidney Transplant CenterDirector Xie Jinliang (+ 86-13908469057): (We have) performed 20 cases of kidney transplants this year.As long as the (organ) matching is appropriate,a surgery can be immediately scheduled. (Download Audio MP3)
5. “It is not just our hospital. The other hospitals are also doing a lot.”
Jan 29, 2016Shanghai Changzheng Hospital Organ Transplant Center’s kidney transplant director Zhu Youhua (+86-13901743189): The hospital is performing kidney transplants every day.On the day, when this phone conversation was taking place, they were still performing transplants, and they were still on the operating table. “It is not just our hospital. The other hospitals are also doing a lot.”(Download Audio MP3)
6.We do a lot (of organ transplants)
Jan 28, 2016Zhongshan Hospital, Fudan University’s liver transplant surgeon Huang Xiaowu (13701811021): We do a lot (of organ transplants). In the case of blood type B, after waiting for one to two months, we can do it. We have performed a dozen (surgeries) this year. (Download Audio MP3)
7.“When a blood type B (donor) comes, we will perform (a surgery) for you right away, no problem.”
Jan 27, 2016 Shanghai First People’s Hospital liver transplant surgeon Xu Junming (+86-13816833866): We still do liver transplants. “When a blood type B (donor) comes, we will perform (a surgery) for you right away, no problem.”(Download Audio MP3)
8. “You have the blood type B. After coming here for 2 to 3 weeks, you can have (a surgery), no more than one month the longest.”
Feb 25, 2016 The First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University’s vice presidentand liver transplant specialist He Xiaoshun (+ 86-13802510799) said, “(We) have performed 30 or 40 cases of liver transplants this year (i.e. in less than 2 months), and we do (liver transplants) every week. You have the blood type B. After coming here for 2 to 3 weeks, you can have (a surgery), no more than one month the longest.” (Download Audio MP3)
9. “Today we have just done a case” “The donor source is local”
Jan 9, 2016The Third Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University’s kidney transplant surgeon Guo Xuekun (+ 86-13580325531): Today we have just done a case. In recent several days, we’ve performed seven cases of kidney transplants.The donor source is local, and the donors were picked up by the liver transplant surgeons. (Download Audio MP3)
10. “This year I've done more than 40 (organ transplant surgeries) (i.e. within one month and a half).”
Feb 15, 2016The Second Affiliated Hospital of Guanzhou Medical University kidney transplant surgeon Chen Zheng (+ 86-13808896300) said, “Starting from January of this year, (patients from)Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan can all do (organ transplants). Last year, (I did) more than 200 (kidney transplant surgeries); this year, I’ve done more than 40 (organ transplant surgeries). (Download Audio MP3)
11. “The (organ) wait time is 1 to 2 weeks.”
March 3, 2016 Beijing Chaoyang Hospital’s liver transplant surgeon He Qiang (+ 86-13701194928): We have always been doing liver transplants.The (organ) wait time is 1 to 2 weeks. In this year, we have performed more than a dozen cases, and the price is 700,000 yuan (per case). (Download Audio MP3)
12. This year (i.e. in more than three months), we probably performed more than 60 (cases of organ transplants).
April 5, 2016The Second Xiangya Hospital of Central South University’s kidney transplant surgeonWang Yu (+ 86-13786145723): This year, we probably performed more than 60 (cases of organ transplants). We can do more than 200 (cases) each year.(The donors) are all healthy, (having died from) car accidents and brain tumors. The type of donors that were previously used is no longer available now, and they are not allowed to be used. (Download Audio MP3)
13. We mainly have no patients, but our liver sources arerelatively abundant
April 5, 2016The Third Xiangya Hospital of Central South University’s Dr. Liu (+ 86-731-88618236): For the livershandled by us, the liver sources are all outgoing, through the state’s network, sent to other transplant centers through coordination. (Download Audio MP3)
14. We’ve been doing them for ten years. We would do several hundred cases each year.
March 30, 2016Renji Hospital Shanghai Jiaotong University School of Medicine hepatobiliary surgery department’s Doctor Xu Aimin (13918183196): Of course we can do liver transplants. We’ve been doing them for ten years. We would do several hundred cases each year.In general, the priceis about 800,000 yuan or so(per case) nowadays, under normal circumstances. This year, it should be more than dozens of cases. There are 200 or 300 surgeries per year. (Download Audio MP3)
15. “Every year, we would do a lot (of organ transplant surgeries).” “We do them every day.”
March 31, 2016West China Hospital of Sichuan University’s kidney transplant ward (+ 86-28-85422925): “We do many cases every year, many operations, we do kidney transplant operations, our entire ward is [filled with] kidney transplant [patients]. We do it every day. (Download Audio MP3)
16.The organ wait time is “two weeks or so”
April 2, 2016Zhongnan Hospital of Wuhan University’s kidney transplant surgeon Chen (+86-27-67813441): We would do a few cases every week; we woulddo several sets every month. The wait timemay be, I guess within one or two weeks, there would be a preliminary result. Generally speaking, (the wait time) would be less than one month, two weeks or so. Tonight there will be a kidney transplant (surgery). Last year we did around80 cases of liver (transplants).The numbers of liver and kidney transplants adding up togetherwould be over 200 cases. (Download Audio MP3)
17. “(We are) still doing (organ transplants) right now. We do a lot.”
April 6, 2016People’s Liberation Army No. 302 Hospital Liver Failure Clinic and Research Center’s (+ 86-13671113329) doctor-on-duty Liu Hongling: (We are) still doing (organ transplants) right now. We do a lot. We have special military wards. We can do it, can give medical treatment for free... (Download Audio MP3)
18. “We do many kidney transplant surgeries.”
April 7, 2016Shandong Province’s Qianfoshan Hospital Urology and Kidney Transplant Nursing Office (+ 86-531-89238518) Attendant: We do many kidney transplant surgeries. I am not clear about the specific (number of transplants) in this year. Anyway, we do a lot of (transplants). We’ve always been doing them. (Download Audio MP3)
III. Both donation institutions and doctors complain about the shortage and poor quality of donated organs and the fact that few donations have been actually successful
From December 6 to 17, 2015, WOIPFG investigated the organ donation institutions under Red Cross Chapters in a number of cities including Beijing, Shanghai and Tianjin. According to the investigation, the donation institution under Beijing Red Cross was still in the planning and preparation stage; as for Tianjin Red Cross, “since the establishment of the organ donation institution in 2003, there has been only 170 registered cases”; and as for Shanghai, “up till now, Shanghai has only 5 successful cases of organ donation”. These numbers are far lower than the exceedingly large numbers of organ transplant operations performed in hospitals in Beijing, Tianjin and Shanghai and cannot possibly be the source for the actual transplant numbers. For example, according to the investigation, since 2006, the actual number of liver transplant conducted by Tianjin First Central Hospital has exceeded 5,000 cases per year, with the highest annual number possibly reaching 8,000 cases. For the PLA No. 309 Hospital, since 2012, the actual annual number for kidney transplant exceeds 4,000 cases. According to WOIPFG’s latest investigation, organ donation in China remains few and far between during the period from January to June 2016. The following are some examples:
1. Most organ donation cases don’t get carried through
March 9, 2016 Gao Min - Coordinator for Human Organ Donation of Shenzhen Red Cross (+86+1314879 9308): Even if you want to donate now, there’s the question of whether the donation can be actually fulfilled? Most donations don’t get carried through. There are many constraining conditions for organ donation. (Download Audio MP3)
2. “No one donates”, “Who is donating?”
March 7, 2016 Zhou Yanfeng– Doctor on duty at the Department of Ophthalmology at the Anhui Medical University (+8613805515080): Our hospital no longer performs corneal transplant, we don’t have corneas. No one is donating. When investigator asked: but doctors in Anhui said you performed more than 300 corneal transplants last year. Zhou replied: That’s impossible! Who is donating the corneas? (Download Audio MP3)
3. “An entire year goes by with only very few cases performed”
February 20, 2016 Investigator asked whether Harbin doesn’t have many people registering to donate organs. To which Zhao Chen, doctor from the Third Urological Unit at the Harbin Medical University Affiliated Second Hospital replied: Too few, ah, too few! An entire year goes by with only very few cases performed. (Download Audio MP3)
4. Sichuan Province had about 150 cases of organ donation from 2012 to the end of March 2016
From 2012 to end of March 2016, Sichuan Province had about 150 cases of successful organ donation through the Red Cross. Among which, West China Hospital performed 63 cases. “In 2012, only 2 cases were approved; in 2013, 10 cases; this year (2016), from January to March, there were 20 cases.”
Yet according to investigation, by March 31, 2016, a doctor from West China Hospital admitted: We do many cases every year, many operations, we do kidney transplant operations, our entire ward is [filled with] kidney transplant [patients]. We do it every day. (Download Audio MP3)
This hospital’s Urological Department has “197 beds for general urological patients, and 31 beds for kidney transplant patients , “The treatment period for postoperative kidney patients was shortened to 10 days, which greatly increased the bed turnover rate” . According to a doctor from this hospital, “Our entire ward is filled with kidney transplant [patients]”. And “we do it every day”. According to the abovementioned report: “this year (2016), from January to March, there were 20 cases” – this is far from enough to meet the kidney demand of this hospital.
IV. Medical personnel from the First Affiliated Hospital of Medical School of Zhejiang University personally admitted to performing “several thousand cases “of liver transplant every year
According to the latest investigation, medical personnel from the First Affiliated Hospital of Medical School of Zhejiang University personally admitted that this hospital performs “several thousand cases” of liver transplant every year, “there were more than 1,000 cases [performed]”, and they have used “living organ donors”.
1. “Our hospital does several thousand cases every year” .
May 4, 2016 Liver transplant ward at the First Affiliated Hospital of Medical School of Zhejiang University (+86-57187236736).
Nurse on duty: Our hospital performs several thousand cases every year, you… … Zheng Shusen is our chief physician. Originally we had living donors. When asked by the investigator whether they could use organs from “living donors”, the doctor told the investigator to hurry up and register at the outpatient service. (Download Audio MP3)
2. Ample donor supply, transplant industry seeing an expansion
Since this hospital has an ample supply of “donors”, the director of the transplant center, Zheng Shusen, recently established an international hospital, despite the fact the hospital has not received accreditation. The most important function of the hospital is performing liver transplant operations. This hospital has a large team of transplant doctors (there are 9 chief physicians, and 8 associate chief physicians) .
On February 11, 2016, our investigator conducted a phone investigation on Zheng Shusen himself – president of the First Affiliated Hospital of Medical School of Zhejiang University (+86-13805749805). During the investigation, Zheng Shusen said, “I just performed a liver transplant this afternoon. Currently I am at the International Hospital of Zhejiang University, today’s operation was performed here.” He then said, “When are you coming, I will be waiting for you, when you are ready to come over, send me a text message”. “We are a transplant team, I am the team leader, I am the chief surgeon.” (Download Audio MP3)
3. Background information on the International Hospital of Zhejiang University:
On April 29, 2015, the International Hospital of Zhejiang University had its formal unveiling ceremony. This is a non-public medical facility affiliated to Zhejiang University. The hospital received its investment from the Shulan Medical Group, established in 2013. The name “Shulan” is taken from both the names of Zheng Shusen (“shu”) and his wife Li Lanjuan (“lan”). Their son, Zheng Jie, acts as the CEO of the Shulan Medical Group. Zheng Jie is also the vice president of the newly formed International Hospital, and is mainly in charge of the hospital’s finance and HR.
4. The transplant center at the First Affiliated Hospital of the Medical School of Zhejiang University
The transplant center is a key laboratory for the studies and research on the topic of joint multiple-organ transplant – a research project of the Ministry of Health. It is the largest transplant center in East China. In 2007, the center completed the construction of a building designated for liver transplant, and the building “has 4 wards for hepatobiliary transplant patients, 3 wards for liver transplant patients, 1 interventional treatment center, and 1 ICU ward for liver, pancreas and gallbladder conditions”; transplant operation has become “greater in scale”. In addition, the kidney transplant ward at the kidney disease center has 40 beds, which is one of the largest kidney transplant centers in China.[i]
Overview of Liver Transplant Center at the First Affiliated Hospital of the Medical School of Zhejiang University (Source: www.archive.org)
V．Doctors used to openly admit organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners, now they implied that they are still doing it.
1. “We started using kidneys from living donors since 1999”
February 20, 2016 Chen Zhaoyan (+8613304519590) at the Second Affiliated Hospital of Harbin Medical University: In the past, we had used kidney from both dead people and live donors. We started to use kidneys from living donors since 1999, to perform kidney transplants. Before that, kidney donors were mostly dead people, it was after 1999 that we had more live kidney donors.” When the WOIPFG investigator asked if the organs were from Falun Gong practitioners, he became very evasive and hung up the phone after a few words. (Download Audio MP3)
2. “Do you have the type of organ that was used in the past but not allowed to use any more?” Liu Dongfu: “We can talk about that when you come to our hospital, Okay?”
March 31, 2016 Liu Dongfu, chief surgeon for kidney transplant at Yantai Yuhuangding Hospital in Shandong Province (+86-13853501608) said, “The approximate waiting time for kidney transplant is about one month. Please ask the patient to come as early as possible, and I will perform the transplant for him.”
Investigator: “Do you have the type of organs that were used in the past but are not allowed to be used anymore?”
Liu Dongfu: “We can talk about that when you come to our hospital, Okay?...You have not registered with us yet, and we have not seen you in person, if you ask (for) too much (information), it’s not very appropriate. So I cannot answer all your questions, alright?” (Download Audio MP3)
3. “I cannot tell you this over the phone…”
April 5, 2016 Doctor Liu at the Third Xiangya Hospital of Central South University (+86-13975195016): “What we used previously are all those things, their use is banned now. I cannot tell you this over the phone… Can you come to our hospital for consultation? It’s not easy to explain that clearly over the phone.” (Download Audio MP3)
4. “At that time the livers were extracted inside the hospital, not the execution site…”
May 5, 2016Doctor Zhou at the transplant division of People’s Hospital at Sichuan (+86-28-87393722): “I started doing it in 2012. At that time the livers were extracted inside the hospital, (we) didn’t need to go to the execution sites…”
Investigator: “So you take the donors to the hospital for organ extraction and then sent them out?”
Doctor Zhou: “After the extraction, we send them to wherever they are supposed to go. Send them to a mortuary for cremation.” (Download Audio MP3)
According to WOIPFG’s investigation, the transplant center at this hospital was ranked 28th in 2009 among over 160 transplant centers in China. “By January 2011, it has developed to become a clinical surgery center with more than 100 hospital beds. The hospitalization time for those advanced cirrhosis and liver cancer patients, who had transplants performed, is usually very short. ”
Based on the number of hospital beds and the turnover rate, it can be calculated that there are more than 1,000 liver and kidney transplants at this hospital every year. If the livers are to be extracted inside the hospital, obviously the donors are not death-row inmates. It is impossible for Sichuan Province to have this many death-row inmates. Then who are the donors? In China, the execution of death-row inmates should follow strict procedures and require the joint efforts and supervision of the procuratorate, the court and the prison authorities. It is impossible for a hospital to randomly kill an inmate based on their need for transplant.
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