Please Pay Attention to Missing Local Practitioners
(Minghui.org) Last year I worked in another city and frequently explained the facts about Falun Dafa to people from a third party perspective.
There was one person in particular that held great resistance to hearing the truth about Falun Dafa. He told me that one of his relatives who was a practitioner went missing after the persecution started in July 1999.
He believed the relative left the family because he did not want to take responsibility for his family after learning Falun Dafa.
I also ran into two instances of practitioners that have been missing for about 4 months. Their families believed that they left to pursue their own things or that they ran away from their families.
I told the families of the missing practitioners how brutal the persecution of Dafa is and that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has been killing Falun Dafa practitioners in massive numbers and transplanting their organs for huge profits. They then finally understood what was going on and asked if their relatives might have been killed for their organs.
Organ Harvesting Update
There is an updated forced organ harvesting report based on evidence collected from China by three investigators. Based on the report, the transplant volume range is 60,000 to 100,000 per year, with an emphasis on the higher number.
In China, there are 2,860 counties with more than 40,000 townships. From a rough calculation, about 70 practitioners per county or 4 per township might have had their organs removed while still in good health to fuel China’s gruesome organ transplant industry.
Before the persecution started in 1999, millions of people were doing the exercises and studying together. No one ever registered or put their name on a list. People did not necessarily know each other.
After the persecution started, so many practitioners that went to Beijing to appeal for the right to practice Falun Dafa were arrested when they got there. Countless practitioners lost contact with their families and disappeared into China’s forced labor camps and prison system.
It is important to pay attention to those missing practitioners. If we know who they are and can talk to their families and help them come to understand the truth about what may have become of their family member, this would be of great benefit to them and the missing practitioner. It could also provide useful information for the ongoing investigation of organ harvesting.
I suggest that all practitioners in China gather any information they can on missing practitioners. If it will not endanger the life of the practitioner, submit the information to the Minghui website.