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Investigation Leads: An Unusual Blood Test at Changle Forced Labor Camp

July 18, 2006 |  

(Clearwisdom.net) After the horrifying discovery of organ harvesting from living Falun Gong practitioners and the immediate cremation of their bodies to destroy the evidence was exposed on April 4, 2006, the Falun Dafa Association and the Minghui/Clearwisdom website founded the "Coalition to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong in China" (CIPFG; also called "Coalition to Investigate the Persecution"). The CIPFG collects information from those willing to come forward. CIPFG asks people who know the truth to further expose the crimes concerning illegal organ harvesting in China. We call on all kindhearted people of conscience to lend your help in exposing the facts of this vicious persecution of Falun Gong practitioners inside the secret concentration camps, forced labor camps, prisons and hospitals in mainland China. The sooner this atrocity is fully exposed, the sooner this brutal persecution will end. Below is information that came to light recently.

Investigation Leads:


Investigation Lead: Weifang People's Hospital Performed Numerous Organ Transplant Operations

A farmer over 30 years old, from Guxian Town, Pingdu County, Shangdong Province, suffered from uremia. At the beginning of December (Chinese Lunar calendar), he received a kidney from Weifang People's Hospital. There were a total four kidney transplants that occurred at the same time as his. Not long before his kidney transplant operation, there had already been four other kidney transplants.

Within this short period of several days, the hospital had performed eight kidney transplants. According to medical theories, the chances of finding a matching organ for a transplant patient from his or her relatives is only 25%, and the chance finding one from outside the family is only 1%-2%. It is said that the source of transplanted organs are from executed prisoners. Calculating by probability, these eight transplant patients would need a source of at least 800 executed prisoners to match their transplanted kidneys. In such a small city like Weifang, where could so many executed prisoners be coming from? It is said that kidney transplant is minor surgery, and that this hospital can also perform heart and liver transplants. The price for a kidney here is very cheap ¡V only 5,000 yuan. Therefore, there are many out-of-town patients coming here to receive kidney transplants.

Obviously, it is impossible to execute so many prisoners all at once. We believe the source or organs is from the millions of illegally detained Falun Gong practitioners who did not reveal their names and addresses in order to spare their family and friends from also being persecuted. Thus, the unlawful officials could do whatever they wanted to do to these practitioners when they had surgical requests. Currently, they are still performing these operations and at an even greater speed.

Investigation Lead: An Unusual Blood Test in Changle Forced Labor Camp

One morning during the first ten days of January 2005, in the Second Division of Changle Forced Labor Camp in Weifang City, Shandong Province, the illegally detained and persecuted Falun Gong practitioners were working hard. The officials in the forced labor camp suddenly informed them that they were to attend a meeting. Han Huiyue, an official said, "We are going to conduct physical checkups for you. Right now I want you all to line up according to your serial numbers. Make sure you remember your number and when it is called, go downstairs."

After hearing this, all the Falun Gong practitioners stood in a line according to their numbers. Every five people formed a team. There were about 50 people ranging in age from around 20 to over 60-years-olds. When the people from the Third Team were standing in a line, all the officials of the Second Division turned out in full force. Some of them were on the third floor while others wandered around the Sanitation Office. At that time, the management of the Forced Labor Camp also arranged some policemen from outside to patrol the Sanitation Office on the first floor. The officials who participated at that time include Ding Guihua, Wang Jianqiang, Han Huiyue, Liu An'xing, Fu Guangbo and Xu Lihua, the director of the forced labor camp.

There were at least five physicians who were responsible for collecting blood samples from the Falun Gong practitioners. They all wore protective coats with only their eyes exposed, just like the uniforms worn during the SARS epidemic period. When extracting blood, they only asked one question: "What is your number?" After the number was confirmed, they started to collect the blood sample. The syringe needles were a wider size than the usual 20 ml. It seemed that the syringes were 50 ml by estimation. They took two tubes of blood from some Falun Gong practitioners and one tube from the others. After the blood was extracted, the needle marks on many practitioners still dripped blood, and they had to use many cotton balls to stop it. After the incident, the guards did not say anything about what had happened.

Suspicious Point 1: Collecting 2 ml of the blood is enough. It is abnormal to collect so much blood.

Suspicious Point 2: The doctors that took blood sample could not be recognized. Judging by the number of them, there must have been some physicians from outside involved. The doctor that collected my blood sample was female and she spoke standard Mandarin. This incident appeared to be plotted and organized in advance. Only when blood was about to be collected was the detainee notified.

Suspicious Point 3: In previous physical checkups for illegally detained practitioners, at most their blood pressure was measured. For those practitioners with high blood pressure, they were checked with an electrocardiogram. It seems that the authorities didn't want to waste any of their "resources." However this time, it was very abnormal. The unlawful officials did not hesitate to spend money on the blood tests for practitioners, although there was no precedent for doing so. Secondly, observing from the number of guards sent out to patrol, and the fact that the director himself was going into action, it seemed that the physical checkup was not simply a general one. Reinforcement guards were sent to the scene, which also indicates that there must have been ulterior motives, over and beyond any concern for the health of the practitioners.

Director of the Changle Forced Labor Camp, Xu Lihua: 0536-6232011 (Tel.)
2nd Division Head: Ding Guihua: 0536-6220059 (home phone)
2nd Division team head: Han Huiyue: 0536-6234661 (home phone)
Deputy Head of 2nd Division: Liu Anxing: 0536-6231123 (home phone)
Guard: Fu Guangbo, Wang Jianqiang

Investigation Lead: Li Xianxing, a Doctor from Changzheng Hospital in Shanghai Gets Rich Quickly by Performing Organ Transplants

Li Xianxing, male, about forty years old, was born in Jinan City. He is a doctor specializing in liver transplants at the No. 2 Military Medical University Changzheng Hospital. His parents are retired doctors from Shandong Provincial Hospital.

Li Xianxing has performed organ transplants for several years in the United States. After he came back to China, he engaged in liver transplants and became rich rapidly. He purchased a 1.6 million yuan house in Shanghai and he also has his own car. According to what he said, physicians specialized in his profession can make a lot of money.

Li Xianxing's cell phone: 13701758299

Investigation Lead: Dongying Triumph Hospital in Shandong Province Performed Over 10 Kidney Transplants in One Day

In January 2004, Triumph Hospital's Urology Surgical Section performed ten kidney transplants in one day. The following are two instances revealed by insiders in our town:

1. A woman with the surname of Hu, over fifty years old, is the wife of an employee. (She spent more than sixty-thousand yuan for her kidney transplant. Six months after the kidney transplant, she suddenly died from kidney failure.)

2. A person surnamed Liu, also a spouse of an employee, was over sixty years old. (She spent between fifty to sixty thousand yuan for a kidney transplant. She has to consistently rely on medicine to stay alive. Her annual medical expense is around fifty to eighty thousand yuan.)

July 11, 2006