China’s organ transplant industry is among the largest globally, yet the source of these organs remains shrouded in secrecy. Rumors suggest that prisoners, including prisoners of conscience, are being killed to harvest their organs, with little regard for consent or anesthesia.

The crackdown on the Falun Gong movement in 1999 led to a surge in the number of prisoners of conscience detained in Chinese labor camps. Falun Gong practitioners, known for their healthy lifestyle, became targets for organ harvesting due to the high demand for their organs.

Despite Chinese authorities’ attempts to conceal these crimes, evidence suggests that tens of thousands of people may have been killed for their organs over a six-year period. The discrepancy between the number of executed criminals and the number of organs harvested points to the exploitation of detained individuals for their beliefs.

The Chinese Communist Party has actively obstructed international scrutiny of these atrocities, exemplified by their refusal to allow outside assistance during the Covid-19 pandemic.

This documentary sheds light on the moral imperative to address these human rights violations and calls for action from the international community.

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