China Fails to Address UN Questions on Forced Organ Harvesting, Rights Groups Say

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The International Coalition to End Transplant Abuse in China (ETAC) and two other U.S. rights groups have criticized China for its “inadequate and misleading” responses over credible allegations of the state-sanctioned practice of forced organ harvesting. The questions were raised in June by nine Special Rapporteurs to the Office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) and members of a working group on arbitrary detention. Together, they said they were “extremely alarmed” by reports of China harvesting organs from detained minorities, including Falun Gong adherents, Uyghurs, and Christians. The rapporteurs, who are independent experts in the U.N. human rights system, asked China to provide information on the allegations (pdf), including the “legal grounds for the performance of medical examinations on prisoners or detainees,” and the “purpose of such medical examinations.” China has turned its transplant industry into a profitable business by killing prisoners of conscience and forcibly harvesting their …

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