Tribunal Confirms Live Organ Harvesting in China; Gains Media Attention

The reports keep rolling in. The China Tribunal has issued it’s final judgement after considering all available evidence regarding forced organ harvesting of prisoners of conscience in China, concluding that China indeed kills inmates and prisoners of conscience for their organs. These organs–including vital ones like lungs, hearts, and livers–are taken on demand, often when the victim is still living, in order to supply transplant patients with the ability to pay.

The China Tribunal, chaired by Sir Geoffrey Nice QC, who formerly served as lead prosecutor of Slobodan Milosevic at the International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, is an independent, international people’s tribunal with members from the US, UK, Malaysia and Iran bringing expertise in international human rights law, transplant surgery, international relations, Chinese history and business. Over the past 12 months this non-partisan body has been working to determine what criminal offenses, if any, have been committed by relevant state or state-approved bodies, organizations or individuals in China who may have been involved in forced organ harvesting. The Tribunal has reviewed all available evidence and held hearings in December 2018 and April 2019 where over 50 fact witnesses, experts, investigators and analysts testified.

It has concluded “beyond reasonable doubt” that Falun Gong practitioners are the primary victims of forced organ harvesting, and that the Uighur population now in concentration camps are likely the next victims. It has recommended that the international community act to determine if these crimes are part of genocide, and to bring the perpetrators to justice. Read the short-form conclusion published by the Tribunal here.

The Tribunal was initiated by, but remains independent of, the International Coalition to End Transplant Abuse in China, an international charitable NGO headquartered in Australia comprised of lawyers, academics, ethicists, researchers and human rights advocates dedicated to ending forced organ harvesting. ETAC initiated the Tribunal because an independent assessment of all available evidence was needed to determine what, if any, international crimes are being committed by forced organ harvesting.


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