New York Times on Organ Harvesting

Some people might say that something really isn’t news until it’s written in the New York Times… Whether that’s true or not, it’s still rather significant that the New York Times recently published three articles about organ harvesting in China. 

Most significantly, the articles paid attention to the evidence that prisoners of conscience, mostly practitioners of Falun Gong, are the main target of the abuse. This fact has been the most underreported of media attention and the medical community, who is yet to differentiate between organ transplants from executed criminal prisoners and prisoners of conscience.

The reports by Beijing correspondent, Didi Kirsten Tatlow, centered around controversy at the recent World Transplant Congress in Hong Kong, on August 18-22, 2016. 

Read the full articles from these links: 

Debate Flares on China’s Use of Prisoners’ Organs as Experts Meet in Hong Kong

Chinese Claim That World Accepts Its Organ Transplant System Is Rebutted

Angry Claims and Furious Denials Over Organ Transplants in China