BBC undercover investigation on harvesting organs in China
Posted by radiofreechina on September 28, 2006
“Thriving” sale of organs from Chinese convicts (AsiaNews.it)
In an undercover investigation, a BBC correspondent visited a hospital in Tianjin, where he was told he could get a new liver at the cost of something less than 95,000 US dollars. The chief surgeon confirmed that one of the China’s many executed convicts would be the “donor”: death row inmates offer their organs “as a gift to society”.