Focus News 2006-12-02

Commentary on the Chinese Communist Regime’s Second Acknowledgment of Taking Organs from “Executed Prisoners”

By Shu Zhen

(Clearwisdom.net) Speaking at a national conference of transplant surgeons in Guangzhou on November 14, 2006, Huang Jiefu, Vice Minister of Health publicly admitted, the human organs used for transplant in China, “Apart from a small portion of traffic victims, most of them are from executed prisoners.” This information was immediately announced to the whole world through the November 18 edition of the English-language newspaper China Daily, the mouth-piece of the Chinese Communist regime. Its attempt is to hide the more shocking crime.
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Epoch Times: Transplantation Society Silent as Doctors Murder

Statement on organ harvesting represents a ‘baby step’
By Stephen Gregory

Opinion Editor
Cure begins with proper diagnosis. When the Transplantation Society evaluated the malady of organ harvesting in China, it failed to understand the true nature of the disease, and its diagnosis will never lead to a cure.
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Ireland: Joint Committee on Affairs Issues Press Release about CPC’s Organ Harvesting of Falun Gong Practitioners in China

(Clearwisdom.net) On November 23, 2006, Mr. David Kilgour, former Canadian Secretary of State for the Asia Pacific region, and Mr. David Matas, an international human rights lawyer, addressed to the Ireland Joint Committee on Affairs about organ harvesting of Falun Gong practitioners in China. Afterwards, the Joint Committee on Affairs issued a press release. Below is the text of the press release.
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