Following the expulsion of disgraced Politburo member Bo Xilai from the Chinese Communist Party and the referral of his case for criminal prosecution, two former, high-ranking Taiwanese officials have called for the United States and the UN to pay more attention to the atrocity of forced, live organ harvesting in China.
The former deputy secretary general of Taiwan’s National Security Council, Parris H. Chang, said this is a critical moment for the international community to demand a thorough investigation of the crime of organ harvesting in China.
During the stay of Bo Xilai’s former police chief, Wang Lijun, in the U.S. Consulate in Chengdu, Wang is believed to have turned over to U.S. officials information regarding Bo’s crimes, including his involvement in organ harvesting. U.S. Congressmen have asked that the State Department release any information relating to organ harvesting provided by Wang.
A Chinese official like Wang Lijun knows a lot.
—former Taiwan official Parris H. Chang
“A Chinese official like Wang Lijun knows a lot. If he told the United States officials these secrets, the United States would have more evidence to judge these things that violate human rights and humanity,” said Parris H. Chang, Taiwan’s former Deputy Secretary-General, National Security Council.
The former National Policy Advisor to Taiwan’s President, Fan Jen-fei, said, “In particular, the Japanese have proved that when they want a liver for transplant, they trade in China. That is killing people for their organs.
“I heard the murdered were mostly Falun Gong practitioners. It should not be allowed. I hope that in the international community, the people of all nations and the delegates of all nations should raise this issue to the United Nations.”
Fan said that he has known for years about the organ harvesting taking place in China. Fan feels that while Bo is facing trial, the international community should express its concerns about the crime of organ harvesting more intensely.
Translated from New Tang Dynasty Television and edited by The Epoch Times.
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