Investigation Leads: Frequent Organ Transplant Surgeries Conducted in the Second Affiliated General Hospital of the Chinese Liberation Army
(Clearwisdom.net) After the CCP atrocity of harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners, and cremating the victim's bodies to destroy any and all evidence was made known to the public, the Falun Dafa Association and the Clearwisdom website established the Committee to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong in China (CIPFG) on April 4, 2006. Much effort has been made to collect information since then. The following is information that needs further investigation. We hope that kind insiders will continue to help us bring an end to the persecution of Falun Gong by exposing the atrocities carried out against practitioners behind closed doors in China's forced labor camps, prisons, and hospitals.
Investigation Lead #1: Liver transplant accomplished in only 3 days in the Affiliated Qingdao Medical University Hospital, Qingdao City, Shandong Province
Zhao Shouxian, 41 years old and a resident of Qingdao City, is a former employee of the Ship Center of the Chinese Oceanography University, where he was in charge of ship management. On June 3, 2008, he suddenly succumbed to liver disease and slipped into a coma. On June 6 he had liver transplant surgery in the Affiliated Qiangdao Medical University Hospital. He remained in a coma after the surgery and died on November 13, 2008. His entire treatment cost 600-700,000 yuan.
According to information from insiders, the organ transplanted into Mr. Zhao was taken from a 28-year-old male prisoner who had been sentenced to death. That same day, three prisoners were executed, but we are unaware of their identities or whether their organs had been harvested for organ transplants.
Also according to the insiders, there is a secret concentration camp possibly located in the Crematory of Qingdao City. The government of Qingdao City has staff designated to arrest Falun Gong practitioners from other places and detain them at the crematory. The Crematory of Qingdao City is very close to the city's Dashan Detention Center.
Ship Center of the Chinese Oceanography University: 86-532-82032812, 86-532-82032793
Investigation Lead #2: Frequent organ transplant surgeries conducted in the Second Affiliated General Hospital of the Chinese Liberation Army
Recently, the Second Affiliated General Hospital of the Chinese Liberation Army (the former 309 Hospital) has carried out many organ transplant surgeries, most recently, three in one week. Some of the patients seeking organ transplants were foreigners. According to Chinaese law, the hospitals in China are forbidden from doing organ transplant surgeries for foreigners. The sources of the organs used in these transplants are to be investigated further.
The Second Affiliated General Hospital of the Chinese Liberation Army (the former 309 Hospital), Heishanhu Jia 17, Haidian District, Beijing, China
Telephone: 86-10-66775010 (Medical service section)
Investigation Lead #3: 15 people underwent heart transplants in Zhongshan Affiliated Hospital of Shamen University Hospital, Shamen City, Fujian Province; organ sources unknown
In the Chinese magazine Zhiyin (November 2008, No. 440, page 4) there was a documentary article titled "Again in the Season When Lilacs Blossom." It started like this:
"On August 10, 2008, 15 people underwent heart transplant surgery. They had been gathered together in a group organized by Liao Chongxian, the director of the Heart Disease Center of Zongshan Affiliated Hospital of Shamen University Hospital. It is the first time that Fujian Province had ever hosted such an event. Among those involved, Liu Jinhua from Guizhou Province was the most remarkable......"
Liu Jinhua is from the Reservoir Section of Gongping Village, Guancang Town, Tongzi County, Zunyi City, Guizhou Province. He suffered from a genetic heart disease. At 8 a.m. on November 8, 2003, he underwent a successful heart transplant in Zhongshan Hospital. The surgery was conducted by Liao Chongxian; assisted by Yang Qian, the deputy director of the Heart Disease Center of the hospital; Dr. Shan Zhonggui; and other students of Dr. Liao. The article gave no information about the source of the transplanted heart.
According to the article, in March 2003, Liao Chongxian carried out a heart transplant operation on a patient from Jiangxi Province, but no information about the source of the transplanted heart was provided. Besides the heart for Liu Jinhua, where the transplanted hearts for the other 14 people came from is worth investigating.