Her story helps confirm the allegations about organ harvesting, although she doesn't exactly have clear direct proof. "I Interview Jennifer Zeng who talks about her torture in a Chinese labor camp", posted by Emmanuel Goldstein, Jan 19, 2017 She herself was originally arrested and sent to a prison camp for a year without trial because she sent an email to her mother explaining that she had joined the Falun Gong religion and why she was going to stick with it. The Chinese police had intercepted her email. They used physical coercion, mild torture, and sleep deprivation to try to make the prisoners admit that their religion was evil, and made some of the prisoners use (mild) torture on other prisoners to prove that their loyalty no longer belonged to Falun Gong. I know it's sort of a long video, but listen to it, there are many details in that video that are just horrible. (You can skip over the man talking for the segment in the middle of the video) China forcefully harvests organs from detainees, tribunal concludes The organs of members of marginalized groups detained in Chinese prison camps are being forcefully harvested -- sometimes when patients are still alive, an international tribunal sitting in London has concluded. Some of the more than 1.5 million detainees in Chinese prison camps are being killed for their organs to serve a booming transplant trade that is worth some $1 billion a year, concluded the China Tribunal, an independent body tasked with investigating organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in the authoritarian state. "Forced organ harvesting has been committed for years throughout China on a significant scale," the tribunal concluded in its final judgement Monday final judgement Monday. The practice is "of unmatched wickedness -- on a death for death basis -- with the killings by mass crimes committed in the last century," it added. https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/...-organs-detainees-tribunal-concludes-n1018646 A disclaimer here: In all fairness Falun Gong probably is an evil cult at its core, but most of its members are good, well-meaning people. Perhaps the Chinese government should have tried stomping out this religious group in another way that didn't involve stomping out its ordinary members themselves.