Vietnamese TV Reporting About Human Traffickers in China Stumbles on a Horrific Crime Against Humanity

Leo Timm
By Leo Timm
December 13, 2016Latest
Vietnamese TV Reporting About Human Traffickers in China Stumbles on a Horrific Crime Against Humanity
A Vietnamese newscaster introduces an Oct. 6 report on human trafficking between Vietnam and China. (via VTC)

In October, journalists from Vietnam crossed the border into China and revealed shocking details about the organ harvesting industry in the southern province of Guangdong. The Vietnam Television Corporation reported that human trafficking rings kidnap and smuggle men, women, and children into China, where they are held and sold.

Young Vietnamese women trafficked to China are usually sold for marriage, while others are considered more valuable as corpses.

Traffickers interviewed by the journalists revealed that those held in “organ concentration camps” can fetch tens of thousands of dollars when they are killed and harvested.

In the Chinese city of Guangzhou, traffickers spoke to an organ trader who disclosed some details about the practice and even showed them a short video of the harvesting, but was reluctant to say more until they brought a patient from Vietnam.

At the state-run hospital where the transplants are to be carried out, names and photos of experienced transplant doctors can be seen on the walls.

*Organ harvesting is a terrifying but profitable industry in China, with connections to the Communist Party as well as crime organizations.

In the last twenty years, the communist regime has killed hundreds of thousands of innocent people to extract their hearts, livers, kidneys, and other valuable body parts in hospitals around the country.

According to human rights investigators, a majority of organ harvesting victims are practitioners of the banned spiritual discipline Falun Gong. Other victims include Christians, Tibetans, and members of the Uyghur ethnic minority.

(NTD Television)

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