China is harvesting organs from detainees, tribunal concludesVictims include imprisoned followers of Falun Gong movement, China Tribunal says | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

China is harvesting organs from detainees, tribunal concludesVictims include imprisoned followers of Falun Gong movement, China Tribunal says

An independent tribunal sitting in London has concluded that the killing of detainees in China for organ transplants is continuing, and victims include imprisoned followers of the Falun Gong movement.

The China Tribunal, chaired by Sir Geoffrey Nice QC, who was a prosecutor at the international criminal tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, said in a unanimous determination at the end of its hearings it was “certain that Falun Gong as a source - probably the principal source - of organs for forced organ harvesting”.

“The conclusion shows that very many people have died indescribably hideous deaths for no reason, that more may suffer in similar ways and that all of us live on a planet where extreme wickedness may be found in the power of those, for the time being, running a country with one of the oldest civilisations known to modern man.”

He added: “There is no evidence of the practice having been stopped and the tribunal is satisfied that it is continuing.”

The tribunal has been taking evidence from medical experts, human rights investigators and others.

There have been calls for the UK parliament to ban patients from travelling to China for transplant surgery. More than 40 MPs from all parties have backed the motion. Israel, Italy, Spain and Taiwan already enforce such restrictions.

China insists it adheres to international medical standards that require organ donations to be made by consent and without any financial charges. It declined to participate in the tribunal.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Sir Geoffrey, a word, please: apparently, you blinked an missed a bit from your higher education at St Dunstan's College, and that is, one cannot prove a negative.

Notice the following statement: "He added: “There is no evidence of the practice having been stopped and the tribunal is satisfied that it is continuing.”

It appears in this regard, what you have is hearsay, and not tangible evidence.

And, sir, working without financial compensation, doesn't mean that there is not an agenda to be championed here, and verbally, the last two paragraphs included are the linguistic equivalent to "the money shot" in photography:

There have been calls for the UK parliament to ban patients from travelling to China for transplant surgery. More than 40 MPs from all parties have backed the motion. Israel, Italy, Spain and Taiwan already enforce such restrictions.

China insists it adheres to international medical standards that require organ donations to be made by consent and without any financial charges. It declined to participate in the tribunal.

Can anyone in their right mind, blame China for not participating, understanding that the judicial "long knives" would be out for them?!?

I rest my case; thank you.

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