- Falun Gong practitioners have been subjected to extreme vilification in state media and have been persecuted with great brutality; they comprise the largest number of prisoners of conscience in China.
- Hospital websites originating from China advertised internationally the sale of human organs.
- Transplant centers across China have indicated organ wait times as short as days or weeks. This is only possible with a large pool of living “donors” that can be killed on demand.
- The quantity of organ transplants skyrocketed after the year 2000, coinciding with the Communist Party’s persecution of Falun Gong.
- There was no voluntary organ donation system in China until the year 2010. Due to cultural aversion to donation among Chinese, the current donation system produces statistically-insignificant numbers of organs.
- Former vice minister of health, Huang Jiefu, stated repeatedly that the vast majority of donated organs come from executed prisoners; however, the number of transplants in China far exceed the highest estimates of criminal executions.
- Transplant surgeons from various regions throughout China admitted, in taped conversations, to sourcing organs from Falun Gong practitioners.
- While being tortured in labor camps and prisons, large numbers of Falun Gong practitioners simultaneously underwent medical examination and blood testing, not out of concern for their health, but for organ evaluation and blood-type matching.
- Large numbers of Falun Gong practitioners remain “missing persons” in China.
- There is great profit being made from the sale of human organs in China.
Conclusion: Large numbers of living Falun Gong practitioners are killed, and their organs sold for profit, by the Chinese Communist Party.