New Documentary on Live Organ Harvesting Receives Award

Epoch Times
Date: February 10, 2017
By: Larry Ong, Epoch Times

The crime is appalling and beggars belief—prisoners of conscience in China are being cut up for their organs while still alive in a massive state-run operation.

Filmmakers who move past disbelief to action—interviews with researchers, eyewitnesses, doctors, and straight-talking politicians—have in recent years produced compelling documentaries on organ harvesting in China.

Millions of people in several countries around the world have since learned of the Chinese communist regime’s forced organ harvesting of tens of thousands of Uyghurs, Tibetans, house Christian, and Falun Gong prisoners of conscience from the documentaries in private screenings and on national television. The power narratives also have won recognition in the form of dozens of awards, including the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award.

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