Investigation Leads: Jiangsu Military Vehicles Sent Trucks Full of Bodies with Incomplete Limbs to Crematory
After the disclosure of the Chinese Communist Party's anti-human crime of harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners, the Falun Dafa Association and the Clearwisdom website established the International Coalition to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong in China (CIPFG) on April 4, 2006.
The following are recently obtained leads. We hope that all kind people will help us to continue to help expose the organ harvesting and other cruel acts of persecution that are still taking place in labor camps, prisons, and hospitals in China, and to help stop these deplorable acts.
In Zhenjiang City, Jiangsu Province, military vehicles sent trucks of bodies with incomplete limbs to crematory for direct cremation
Recently I told one of my relatives about the CCPs harvesting of body organs from living practitioners for sale at a secret concentration camp in Sujiatun, Shenyang City. He hated this kind of brutal atrocity and he told me that he had also heard this information from others.
Around 2003 one of my relatives was working in Zhenjiang City, Jiangsu Province. He was eating with some friends, one of whom happened to work at the Zhenjiang City Crematory in Jiangsu Province. That worker told everyone at the table that military vehicles had carried loads of bodies with incomplete limbs to the crematory. Several soldiers escorted the military trucks each time. All the bodies were immediately cremated without registering them so that no outside people knew about it. Only the crematory administrators and employees knew about it. However, the crematory workers had to swear an oath: "No one is allowed to spread this information to the outside." This was what the crematory employee experienced himself.
Since we are not in Zhenjiang City, we dont know the details so we only can provide this lead.
Doctors at the Second Shanxi Province Peoples Hospital Performed a Total of 11 Kidney Transplant Operations on August 15, 2006
Located at the intersection of Kouzhuang West Road and Shuangta West Street in Taiyuan City, Shanxi Province, the Second Shanxi Province Peoples Hospital of Occupational Disease Prevention and Control Center is actually a kidney transplant and dialysis center. Annual profits for this hospital are reported to be 250 million yuan. There are over one hundred patients on longterm dialysis waiting for a kidney transplant. On August 15, 2006, the doctors at that center performed 11 kidney transplant operations. That day the operation hours were extended until 3 a.m. The cost of each kidney transplant operation is about 100,000 yuan per person, and the cost of medical treatment after surgery is also about the same amount.
Head surgeon: Wu Xiaotong
Around 5 p.m. on September 9, 2006, Beijing TV Station-7 aired the program "The Story after a Heart Transplant." In the episode "Interaction of True Feelings," an old couple from northeastern China was interviewed. The husband was 64 years old. After he had the heart transplant operation, he became a different person. He cared more for his wife, and his family became more harmonious. His body became healthy and he looked 20 years younger. The whole program dwelled on how he was before and how he was after his heart transplant.
It was said that the heart he had came from a 26-year-old. However the program didnt give any detailed information about the source of the heart. Obviously the heart that the old man received came from a healthy person.
What cruel tragedy is hidden behind this story?