Former political prisoners detail ongoing human rights atrocities in China

Last year, interviewed Chinese refugees who had been imprisoned in China for their spiritual beliefs. All reported having been subjected to torture and medical testing while in prison and suspected others were killed for organs. One transplant recipient told PBS NewsHour, “They called these people [prisoners of conscience] the living dead. You just haven’t died yet, but you’re gone.” Independent researchers say China is the number one destination for transplant tourism and home to the most rampant illegal organ trade in the world.