(Minghui.org) The World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong (WOIPFG) released an “Investigation Report on the Source of Corpses for Plastinated Human Specimens” on November 13, 2012. Presenting a large amount of evidence, the report further exposes the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) crimes in the killing of Falun Gong practitioners and other prisoners of conscience and the subsequent plastination of their bodies into exhibition specimens for profit.

The crimes began after 2000, the peak period of the CCP's persecution and killing of large numbers of Falun Gong practitioners who were illegally arrested and refused to renounce their belief. The WOIPFG investigation shows that the CCP's Public Security Division, the Procuratorate and court systems, under the direction of Luo Gan and Zhou Yongkang, who worked successively as heads of the Central Political and Legal Committee, were the main departments carrying out the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners. These departments became the supply sectors for “fresh bodies.” Bo Xilai, a member of the Central Politburo and secretary of the Communist Party's Chongqing branch, and Bo's wife Gu Kailai are the principal suspects in the orchestration of the killings. Evidence also suggests that other prisoners of conscience were also killed for this purpose.

In procedures supported by CCP-controlled state departments, after Falun Gong practitioners had their organs harvested for transplantation surgeries while they were still alive, or after they were used for experiments on the dying process of human bodies, their cadavers were preserved using a technique known as plastination and turned into human specimens to be sold for exhibition around the world. The CCP has turned mainland China into the largest human cadaver processing base in the world.

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