Kidney-Trafficking Ring Busted in Jiangxi Province

The gang was working across several provinces. (Screenshot/China.com.cn)
The gang was working across several provinces. (Screenshot/China.com.cn)

A gang of 12 was sentenced in Nanchang for keeping nearly 40 people captive during a five-month period, and selling 23 kidneys for over 150 million yuan (about $2.4 million).

The team included a number of doctors and nurses, and they were operating across several provinces, according to China.com.cn.

Organ trafficking is a highly lucrative business in China, and there is compelling evidence that it is rife in the country’s prison and labor camp systems.

Translated research by Lulu and Mona.

The gang was working across several provinces. (Screenshot/China.com.cn)

The gang was working across several provinces. (Screenshot/China.com.cn)

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