The Deadly & Horrific Trade of Child Organ Trafficking – millions of women & children have been kidnapped & murdered for their body parts

This was written in 2007, the topic is making headlines now. This also featured recently with the hospital in the UK that saw the end of little Alfie Evans’ life, they had allegedly been involved in the collection of organs. Our world and humankind just get uglier.


The Deadly Trade of Child Organ Trafficking
Saturday 20 January 2007

By Prakriiti Gupta Srinagar, Asharq Al-Awsat-

The horrific killings of 19 children and women in the Indian slum of Nithari, close to the affluent area  of Noida on the outskirts of India’s  capital, Delhi, has brought into focus the horrific trade of human organ trafficking that  is claiming the lives of thousands of children worldwide.  There is huge demand and a market for body parts especially eyes, hearts and kidneys belonging to children. Estimates indicate that at least one million children have been kidnapped and killed in the past 20 years for organs. A kidney or eyes  can fetch up to US $10,000 and a heart could cost US $50,000 or more. Estimates
further indicate that money laundering in this deadly trade accounts for up to 10% of
the world’s GDP, or as much US $5 trillion. As a result, the black market for children’s organs is expanding and more and more children are kidnapped and killed.

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http://www.heal-online.org/childtraffic.pdf

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8 thoughts on “The Deadly & Horrific Trade of Child Organ Trafficking – millions of women & children have been kidnapped & murdered for their body parts”

      1. here’s the movie I was thinking of ….
        https://www.avclub.com/kill-zone-2-is-one-incredible-action-scene-after-anothe-1821233948

        “In Kill Zone 2, Jaa is a Thai prison guard with a sick daughter. The warden at the prison turns out to work for a Hong Kong organ-harvesting syndicate, and so Jaa has to decide whether he’ll do the right thing, helping the trapped Hong Kong cop shut it all down, or whether he’ll accept the free organ for his daughter.”

        I’m a big Tony Jaa fan so I bought it … but the hospital stuff was so true to life I don’t want to watch it a 2nd time. Sooooo scary.
        But beautifully choreographed (if you like Hong Kong cinema) and a great film.
        But I realized watching it this theme must be well known to Asian audiences.

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