"Hard To Believe” Film Submitted as Evidence of the Chinese Communist Party’s $1billion Genocidal Industry of Forced Organ Harvesting

To view a briefing of the tribunal, click on the image above

To view a briefing of the tribunal, click on the image above

Our film “Hard To Believe” had been used as evidence against the Chinese Communist Party in its mass killing of prisoners of conscience. The tribunal’s final verdict was that China under the Chinese Communist Party was a “criminal state” and that mass killings of innocent civilians were taking place to sell their organs.

The verdict of the tribunal and its findings are hoped to be used to urge international organizations to take action.

Independent people’s tribunal is established to investigate forced organ harvesting in China

At the initiative of the International Coalition to End Transplant Abuse In China (ETAC) an independent Tribunal has been established to inquire into forced organ harvesting from, amongst others, prisoners of conscience in China. The Tribunal expects to publish its findings in early-mid 2019.

How Can We Help This University?

This week we faced an unexpected situation. The representative of a bioethics department of a U.S. university had previously been excited to be able to provideHard To Believe to their students and faculty, because of its specific relevance to medical ethics and bioethics. However, a week later, that excitement turned into something else altogether.