Chinese Regime

At Congressional Hearing, China’s Organ Harvesting Seen Through Rose-Colored Glasses

Rep. Chris Smith (L) and Rep. Dana Rohrabacher hold a hearing on organ harvesting in China on June 23. (Lisa Fan/Epoch Times)
Rep. Chris Smith (L) and Rep. Dana Rohrabacher hold a hearing on organ harvesting in China on June 23. (Lisa Fan/Epoch Times)

After presiding over an industry of organ transplantation that researchers say has led to a vast death toll of prisoners of conscience, China’s Communist Party...




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