Investigation Clues: Patient Died Soon After Liver Transplant in a Hospital in Tianjin City
(Clearwisdom.net) The Falun Dafa Association and Minghui/Clearwisdom.net formed the "Coalition to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong in China" on April 4, 2006. We have been collecting investigation clues, and hope that people who know about this situation continue to help us reveal the cruel persecution facts in all labor camps, prisons, and hospitals. Together, let us stop the persecution.
On May 1 (Chinese Labor Day Holiday), I met a retired colleague on the street, and he told me something shocking.
His wife's younger brother had liver cancer in 2004, and had a liver transplant operation done in a hospital in Tianjin City. The hospital refused to let them know who the donor of the liver was, but promised him that the liver was very healthy. They found out from inside sources that the liver might have been from a Falun Gong practitioner.
His brother-in-law spent lots of money on the surgery, but died several days after the operation. They heard at the same time that famous TV opera actor Fu Biao (male) had a liver transplant in the same hospital, and also died soon after. Their family thought that since even a celebrity died under the same circumstances, they believed that the hospital had done all they could and did not pursue getting some of their money back.
Recently my in-law's family saw the truth-clarifying materials about the CCP removing Falun Gong practitioners' organs for profit, and also heard about it on a news report from a French station and New Asia station, which helped them learn many facts. My father-in-law said, "Although I am only an ordinary person, I long for goodness. Falun Gong practitioners are all good people that cultivate themselves. The CCP killed them as criminals and harvested their organs for profit; it is a sin like that of the inhuman Hitler. How can a cultivator's organ be placed in a dirty, karma-filled patient?"
I want people throughout the world to also understand this principle.