In this documentary you will finally see what is the grizzly reality in the 7,000 prison labor camps that corporations like walmart and many others use. You will see Beatings, Murders, Mind Control and finally DNA/Blood Type Testing Of Prisoners so that when a desperate Tourist visits China in search of an Organ trans Plant they will already have a record of a perfect match.
This is shot by Hidden Camera's by Ed Bradley of 60 minutes who paid for it with his life. He was poisoned by the powers that be with cancer and died in 2007. Please expose the Deadly Truth of China "The Most Favored Nation of Trade to the USA"
The British Transplantation Society says an accumulating weight of evidence suggests the organs of thousands of executed prisoners in China are being removed for transplants without consent.
Professor Stephen Wigmore, who chairs the society's ethics committee, told the BBC that the speed of matching donors and patients, sometimes as little as a week, implied prisoners were being selected before execution.
Chinese officials deny the allegations.
Just last week a Chinese health official said publicly that organs from executed prisoners were sometimes used, but only with prior permission and in a very few cases.
But widespread allegations have persisted for several years - including from international human rights groups.
Professor Wigmore said: "The weight of evidence has accumulated to a point over the last few months where it's really incontrovertible in our opinion.
"We feel that it's the right time to take a stance against this practice."
The emergence of transplant tourism has made the sale of health organs even more lucrative.
Patients increasingly come from Western countries, including the UK, as well as Japan and South Korea.
Professor Wigmore described this as quite widespread and growing. He and his colleagues, he said, had all seen cases of British patients who had considered going to China for transplants. He really hoped, he added, that people would think very hard about whether they should.
Secrecy surrounding executions in China has always made it difficult to gather facts.
The Chinese authorities recently announced steps to tighten regulations. From July, selling organs will be illegal and all donors must give written permission.
But the practice is lucrative and critics say much will depend on how well those rules are implemented.
Mar 09, 2009, 16:31:59
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