Investigation Lead: Memory Evoked by the Crime of Live Organ Harvesting Performed on Falun Gong Practitioners
On the morning of January 1st, 2001, large buses filled with Dafa practitioners were dispatched from the Tiananmen Police Station. Only standing room was available for most practitioners. Armed police stood next to the windows inside the buses. There were many buses. They drove outside the city toward the rural area.
Close to noon, after a long time of driving, the buses arrived at the gate of a detention centre with snow-white walls. It looked like a newly built structure located in an open area. There were no other buildings near it. The buses took many turns after entering the detention centre and stopped by a winding hallway. There were a dozen rooms on each side of the hallway.
All of the Dafa practitioners were held in these rooms, about 20 per room. The rooms directly across the hall from each other were constructed so people inside these rooms cannot see each other. About 30 minutes, later, someone knocked on all the doors and said, "Young people, come out." One young woman practitioner inside our room, between 20 years and 30 years of age, looked at the rest of us, stood up and said, "I'm young, I'll leave first." Why did they call for young people to come out first? This thought flashed across my mind.
Later, we took off in the buses again. Because there were now seats available on the buses, it was obvious that some practitioners had stayed behind and there were fewer people on the buses.
We arrived in Yanqing after dark. Later, I heard that more than 300 Dafa practitioners went to Yanqing on this day.
Investigation Lead: Prisoner's Organs Removed in Broad Daylight, Followed by Cremation of Body
By the friend of a witness
After I read the reports of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners at the Sujiatun Concentration Camp, I remembered something my friend had witnessed several days ago when he attended a cremation at the Tieling City Crematory in Liaoning Province.
When my friend and the family were burning paper they heard a gunshot. They looked in the direction where the gun was fired and saw a person falling to the ground outside the east wall of the crematory. My friend asked, "What's happening?" A crematory worker said the court agents were executing prisoners. They also saw a police car outside the wall. They saw two people who looked like doctors jumping out of the car and opening the back of it. They threw the body (my friend didn't know if he was still breathing or not) into the car from the back door. The two people jumped inside the car and took out tools including knives and scissors and with adept hand motions, they quickly opened the person's chest and took out his organs. Then, they put the body in a plastic bag and sent it to the crematorium. Perhaps they didn't like the smell, because one person opened the car windows, and my friend was able to clearly see the whole procedure. No family came to claim the body.
My friend asked the crematory worker, "Isn't it horrific?" The worker answered, "This is extremely normal." So it seems this was not the first time this had happened. The prisoner's identity is unknown.
Chinese version available at http://minghui.ca/mh/articles/2006/5/17/128036.html
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