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Behind Gu Kailai's Confession PDF Print E-mail
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The Chinese communist regime's quick closed door trial of Gu Kailai for the murder of British businessman Neil Haywood has concluded with a so-called 'confession by Gu. It would be naive to accept that the regime tried Gu Kailai for her role in murdering Neil Haywood alone.


There is a much more sinister reason behind the quick court case, that the communist regime prefers not to disclose: Gu Kailai was the chief draftsperson of the trade in human organs, especially from living Falun Gong practitioners, and she murdered Neil Haywood because he was beginning to be indiscrete about his involvement in Gu and Bo's lucrative profits from this trade in death.

The beginnings of Chinese organ harvesting and the sale of corpses

In 1999, Bo Xilai, who was then mayor and Party secretary of Dalian, approved the establishment of a foreign-funded enterprise - Hagens (Dalian) bio-plastics company. In August 1999, Gunther von Hagens opened the first corpse-processing factory in Dalian. Using a process von Hagens claims to have invented called plastination, in which bodily fluids are replaced by polymers, he began mounting exhibitions of plastinated bodies around the world, making millions in the process.

Hagens' Dalian plastination factory covers nearly 30, 000 square meters, and is the world’s largest production base of human specimens. Hagens once proudly told foreign journalists that the reasons for him to choose Dalian for his factory were very simple: he can obtain local government support at Dalian; his factory enjoyed preferential policies in Dalian; the existence of an excellent labor force, low wages and an ample supply of corpses.  Mr.Hagens claimed that he had established a global network for corpse acquisition, processing, transportation and exhibition, and that all corpse specimens produced by his factory are used for commercial exhibition. The exhibition 'Corpse World'  toured the world’s major cities and by 2004, the cumulative audience for that show was more than fourteen million people.

In June, 2002, the former partner of Mr. Hagens, the Director of the Department of Anatomy of Dalian Medical University, Mr. Sui Hongjin established his own factory “Dalian Bio-Plastics Limited”. Then, in 2004, Mr. Sui registered another company, ”Dalian Hongfeng Biological Co. Ltd”, which focussed on cadaver production and exhibition. The "Our Corpse” exhibition toured the United States, Japan, France and other countries and had more than 35 million visitors.

However, all these exhibitions, in the name of helping people better understand their own bodies were widely condemned and doubted. For example, in one of Hagens’ world exhibition tours, audiences were startled to see a specimen of a young Chinese mother with her eight-month old baby in her womb, just imagine who would voluntarily donate his deceased wife and their unborn baby for an exhibition to make money?

Hagens claimed that all bodies were imported from overseas, processed in Dalian and exported to other countries. However, according to the Overlook East Weekly, on the day that  they visited the company, there were 647 bodies in the factory, and the Chinese human Genetic Resources Management Office and the Science and Education Division of the Chinese Ministry of Health confirmed that no factory in China had ever applied for the proof of quasi-immigration and “the quarantine approval of the entry and exit of special articles of health” that would be required to import bodies. 

Since 2003, Mainland China has been the largest exporter of human specimens, but Chinese tradition and customs mean that it is very rare to donate organs or corpses in China, so where do the huge amount of bodies come from and whose was the operational hand behind the scene?

The ABC (American Broadcasting Company) reported, after an investigation of the Dalian Corpse processing plant of Sui Hongjin, that the bodies stored in his plant mostly came from the Chinese public security department.  And according to the Guardian in 2004, a large number of Falun Gong practitioners were held in the three labor camps near Hagens’ Dalian plastic plant.

Bo Xilai takes the lead

In July, 1999, former Communist Party Leader, Jiang Zemin launched the comprehensive persecution of Falun Gong (Falun Dafa). Thousands of Falun Dafa practitioners who were appealing against the persecution were illegally arrested and thrown into "re-education camps".

The then mayor of Dalian, Bo Xilai and his wife Gu Kailai, in order to gain political capital, became the vanguard for the persecution of  Falun Dafa practitioners, and rigorously enforced the extermination of Falun Dafa practitioners in Dalian.  Bo took the lead in expanding major new prisons and labor camps in Dalian, and organized the persecution of those Falun Dafa practitioners who went to Beijing to appeal for Falun Dafa.

Bo arranged to take the overflow from Beijing, and his prisons and labor camps held practitioners from all parts of China. In particular, Bo took those practitioners who were arrested in Beijing but refused to reveal their names so as to safeguard their families from persecution..

Gu saw a chance for immense profits. According to a source familiar with the matter, Neil Heywood was there with her from the beginning as a trusted aide as they began making money from the organs and bodies of the practitioners.

According toThe Epoch Times, Gu, a lawyer, was the main planner, executor and contact person between the establishment of the human organ banks, the sales of human organs, the export of human bodies, and the higher Politics and Law Committee officials such as Luo Gan and Zhou Yongkang.

Because thousand of Falun Dafa practitioners were unidentified, they became a large bank of healthy people, whose relatives did not know where they were, who were able to be slaughtered for their organs, and their body shells sold for plasticination or simply cremated.

A former staffer of Bo Xilai, Wang Lijun, was involved in the first study of the response of receptors after the transplanting of organs in China, and was also, from 2003 to 2008, the Minister of the Jingzou Public Security Bureau.

In September, 2006, the research center lead by Wang Lijun was awarded China Guanghua's special Contribution Award for Science and Technology, and in his acceptance speech, Mr. Wang said :” Our scientific achievement is the result of thousands of on-site intensive operations, and the efforts of many of us…..” In just two years, Wang’s research center did thousands of organ transplants and human corpse experiments.

Mr.Wang Lijun was actually the executor of Bo and Gu’s organ harvesting scheme, and he researched drugs used in executions so as to postpone the time of death to allow time for organs to be harvested from living people, because the rejection rate of the donor organs was much lower in this case.

The Chinese communist regime is thus desperate to hide Gu and Bo's involvement in these crimes against humanity, which could only have been committed with the knowledge of the upper echelons of the regime.


The American Exhibition Center: Premier Exhibition, put the following disclaimer on their website:


This exhibit displays human remains of Chinese citizens or residents which were originally received by the Chinese Bureau of Police. The Chinese Bureau of Police may receive bodies from Chinese prisons. Premier cannot independently verify that the human remains you are viewing are not those of persons who were incarcerated in Chinese prisons.

This exhibit displays full body cadavers as well as human body parts, organs, fetuses and embryos that come from cadavers of Chinese citizens or residents. With respect to the human parts, organs, fetuses and embryos you are viewing, Premier relies solely on the representations of its Chinese partners and cannot independently verify that they do not belong to persons executed while incarcerated in Chinese prisons.



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