9. The victims of the CCP’s live organ harvesting include Tibetans, Christians, and Hong Kong protesters.

According to the 2020 Judgment of the Independent Tribunal into Forced Organ Harvesting from Prisoners of Conscience in China (China Tribunal), 700-1,000 people arrested for the 2008 rebellion in Tibet were detained next to the Qinghai University Affiliated Hospital and forced to have blood samples taken.

The report pointed out that "Church of Almighty God" and “Eastern Lightning” House Christians were tortured by the CCPy as cults.

The independent tribunal said they had sufficient evidence to show that Tibetans, Almighty God, and Eastern Lightning became CCP‘s donors for organ transplants.

In the Epoch Times, November 21, 2019, Cheng Wenjie, a former employee of the British Consulate General in Hong Kong, was arrested on a business trip to Shenzhen. After his release, said that he had been tortured while detained by the CCP on the mainland, and witnessed a group of Hong Kong people being interrogated. And it was clear from the national security personnel that many Hong Kong protesters were arrested and sent to the mainland for detention.

Guo Wengui broke the news in the live broadcast that these young people were transported to Shenzhen by train. He said before that the CCP not only set up prisons in Hong Kong, raped and killed many female protesters, but also worked day and night to build concentration camps for Hong Kong people, replicating the Xinjiang concentration camps.

The Epoch Times reported that on July 1, 2020, many people in Hong Kong took to the streets to oppose the "National Security Law," then the Hong Kong police rounded up protesters in many places, including four Epoch Times staff were arrested. After his release, one of the staff revealed that he was threatened by the Hong Kong police to be sent to the mainland for organ harvesting because he refused to wear a prison uniform.


Related Information:

2020 Judgment – Independent Tribunal into Forced Organ Harvesting from Prisoners of Conscience in China (China Tribunal)