CCP exports crime along BRI route: Cambodian live organ harvesting and ‘piglet’ trafficking

With the “One Belt, One Road” initiative, the crime of organ harvesting in mainland China has become rampant in Southeast Asia. A Cambodian organ price list circulated on the internet a few days ago, and Southeast Asia is said to have “sufficient supply.”

Several Taiwanese media have recently reported on Cambodia’s “price list for live organ harvesting.” On the price list, all human organs, including the heart, liver, kidney, and pancreas, can be sold for a total of $840,000. The pancreas is the most expensive, with a unit price of $350,000. Others such as scalp, skull, small intestine, skin, teeth, blood … have their own prices.

Link: THE BL