Practitioner Recalls Suspicious Blood Draws in Qianjin Forced Labor Camp
(Minghui.org) In 2011, Harbin police arrested nearly 60 Falun Gong practitioners. The majority of the female practitioners were taken to Qianjin Forced Labor Camp in Harbin.
Heads of the labor camp Wang Yaluo and Ye Yun ordered the camp doctor to take blood samples from all the practitioners.
I was one of the practitioners who had a blood sample taken. I witnessed practitioners being kicked and beaten when they refused to be examined.
One practitioner, Ms. Chen Min, asked not to be examined because she was being released soon. The doctor kicked her and she fell down. He kicked her a few more times before pulling her up and examining her against her will.
The non-practitioner inmates in the camp saw what was going on and asked if they could be examined, too. The camp officials said they could not. Those inmates couldn’t understand why and told the practitioners, “You are so fortunate to have a medical professional check you out every six months. We don't have that benefit.”
However, I believe that the reason for the exams was for the state-sanctioned forced organ harvesting. That was why the practitioners were examined medically.