Report Implicates Chinese Officials in Human Body Plastination Abuse

NEW YORK—A new report details how, for the last ten years, Chinese officials have supported a multi-million dollar human trafficking operation that involves murdering Chinese citizens and plastinising their cadavers, a procedure that replaces body fluids with polymers for tissue preservation. Evidence further suggests that the vast majority of victims are Falun Gong practitioners.

The report (view online) comes in the wake of mounting evidence and growing attention to organ transplant abuses by Chinese military hospitals where, again, victims are mostly Falun Gong practitioners.

The World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong, WOIPFG, published the report on November 24. It states that China has become the largest exporter of human specimens, which, when fully preserved through plastination might sell for $800,000 USD.

Evidence suggests that public security provides the vast majority of cadavers. The source of cadavers is not executed criminals, however, but prisoners of conscience from labor camps and brain washing centers, the report maintains.

The report corroborates phone recordings with government officials, publications by medical universities, advertisements by Chinese plastination companies and the expansion of labor camps to accommodate detained Falun Gong practitioners.

Several pieces of evidence specifically implicate former Communist Party chief, Bo Xilai, and his wife, Gu Kailai. Bo controlled numerous labor camps that are in close proximity to the largest plastination factories in China.

To view a previous press release on organ transplant abuse, see here.

For a Falun Dafa Information Center Fact Sheet on organ harvesting, including the connection to Bo Xilai and other officials, see here.