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Eyewitness: Party Capable of Organ Harvesting Crimes

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stop-organ-harvestI was talking to a retired official of our company’s political affairs department the other day. When I mentioned that the Chinese Communist Party harvests organs from living Falun Gong practitioners, he did not need any convincing.

“Harvesting organs from a living human being,” he said. “There is no doubt in my mind that the Party is capable of such a deed.”

He was an eyewitness when the communist authorities removed organs from a prisoner in 1978. He was a pilot at an airplane maintenance facility of the East Sea Navy Fleet based in Ningbo City, Zhejiang Province at the time.

The local authorities sentenced a male prisoner to death and immediately executed him. However, the executioner deliberately fired a bullet into a non-vital area and allowed a police van take the still-breathing prisoner to a building inside the military facility, where he was assigned to secure the door to the building.

The prisoner was put on a large wooden work table. A group of doctors surrounded the prisoner. One man beheaded the prisoner with a machete; at the same time, others began to take out his liver, heart, lungs, and kidneys. They even peeled off his skin with scissors.

When all usable organs and tissues were taken, the corpse was packed into a wasted parachute bag and driven away.

“The scene and the sounds were so horrifying that I couldn’t eat or sleep well for many days,” he said.

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