Organ Transplantation Doctor Arrested in China (Video)

By China Forbidden News – Translated from Chinese

Recently, the crime of organ harvesting from live Falun Gong practitioners has been watched by the international community. The 2014 World Transplant Congress (WTC) was just held in San Francisco between July 26 and 31. The organizer rejected 35 Chinese participants on the grounds of medical ethical.

According to the US Minghui website report on August 1, a Chinese organ transplantation doctor mentioned in the book, Bloody Harvest was arrested a week ago by authorities. Another transplant doctor Wang Haibo, who is also an official of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Health Ministry, was temporarily absent for no reason.

The report said, Canadian human rights lawyer David Matas revealed at the WTC on July 29, the arrested doctor Zhu Yunsong worked in a major hospital and engaged in organ transplantation for many years, authoring numerous articles. The Chinese authorities arrested him on charges of abuse of organ transplantation. Matas said that Zhu admitted himself that he participated in transplantation operation using organs from Falun Gong practitioners.

In China, President of Hospital Tied to Organ Harvesting Investigated

By Epoch Times

The president of a hospital in northeastern China’s Jilin Province that has been reported as practicing forced, live organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners has been targeted by the Chinese Communist Party’s disciplinary body.

On Aug. 3 the Central Commission Of Discipline Inspection announced that Wang Guanjun, president of The First Hospital Of Jilin University, member of the Party Standing Committee of Jilin University, vice president of Jilin University, and president of Norman Bethune Health Science Center of Jilin University, was under investigation for “serious violations of discipline and law.”

Besides Wang, at least 12 university leaders have been investigated by Party Central this year, and one third of them are from medical universities, according to the state-run Beijing Youth Daily.

The paper reports these 12 investigations as part of the ongoing anti-corruption campaign sweeping through the CCP, and the investigation of Wang will also likely be treated as part of that campaign.