Between 60,000 to 100,000 prisoners are killed and harvested for “spare parts” used in transplants, each year, a human rights monitor reports.

The exact number of prisoners that have been used in this way cannot be exact, but the number of transplants gives us a rough measure that spans on the hundreds of thousands, Ethan Gutmann confirms.

This year’s report leverages whistle-blower evidence, often by individuals with direct involvement in the harvesting. The decade-long study reveals how ...

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