Canada: Member of Parliament Davis Urges Canadian Government To Speak Up About Concentration Camp Atrocities
(Clearwisdom.net) On March 31, Mr. Davis, Canadian Member of Parliament for Vancouver East district wrote to Minister of Foreign Affairs and urged the government not to remain silent on the concentration camps for Falun Gong practitioners in China. In the letter, he wrote: "I urge the Canadian government to use all measure possible to ensure there is an independent and objective investigation of these reports, to verify what is the nature of the detention, extermination and organ harvesting taking place in Suiatun prison." Below is a transcript of the original letter.
Libby Davies, MP Vancouver East
March 31st, 2006-4-3
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Lester B. Pearson Building
Tower "A"-10th Floor
125 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, ON K1A 0G2
I am concerned about recent reports of an underground prison in Shenyang City, Liaoning province in China where Falun Gong prisoners of conscience are being killed and their organs harvested and sold for profit. There are reports that Sujuatun prison camp holds over 6,000 detainees and is equipped with crematorium and that no prisoner has been known to leave the facility.
I urge the Canadian government to use all measure possible to ensure there is an independent and objective investigation of these reports, to verify what is the nature of the detention, extermination and organ harvesting taking place in Suiatun prison.
I hope you will agree that Canada cannot remain silent in the face of these serious reports. I believe it is incumbent on us, to use our influence in the international community that the International Declaration of Human Rights and other UN Conventions that prohibit torture, and inhumane treatment and unethical practices are not being violated.
I would appreciate knowing what you intend to do as Foreign Minister in taking action in response to these reports.
Libby Davies ( signed )
Category: Organ Harvesting