PRC execution / organ harvesting vans

The PRC has taken buses and fitted them out with an operation room and streaming cameras . They don't execute all their death row prisoners like this, it's reserved for people with high value organs. The probably wouldn't harvest some toothless smoking and drinking guy who eats food fried in gutter oil but Falon Gong followers who eat well and meditate all the time high quality organs and are good money.






People's Republic of
After the 1997 decision to legalize lethal injection as a form of execution, PRC officials began using execution vans across . Becoming popular in 2006[citation needed][why?], these officials state that the vans are cost-effective by allowing communities without the money to build dedicated death rows to prisoners without the costs associated with sending prisoners away for death. Former judge and current lawyer Qiu Xingsheng argues that "some places can't afford the cost of sending a person to Beijing—perhaps $250—plus $125 more for the drug."[9] Because Beijing is the only place where the drug is manufactured, the vans have allowed localities to administer the death sentence where the crime took place. Estimates place the number of execution vans in operation at around 40; the PRC has not confirmed this number.

A converted 24-seat bus, the execution van keeps the appearance of a normal police van on the outside with no markings indicating its purpose. The rear of the vehicle houses a windowless chamber where the execution takes place. Several cameras are present and feed closed-circuit televisions in the front of the van; a recording can be made if desired. The bed itself slides out of the wall under its own power, on which the convicted person is strapped down. A syringe is put into the arm by a technician and a police official administers the injection by pressing a button.[citation needed]

Controversy
The PRC government claims that this is a more humane form of killing people, being far less painful than firing squad executions. Zhao Shijie, president of the Yunnan Provincial High Court, was quoted as praising the new system: "The use of lethal injection shows that 's death penalty system is becoming more civilized and humane."[8] While the vans have moved away from previous days of large public executions, human rights activists counter that they are "like government-sanctioned death squads", and allow for an increased number and a higher efficiency of executions.

There is concern that mobile execution units have made organ harvesting much easier and more profitable, as lethal injection does not damage the body.[clarification needed] In March 2006 the Ministry of Health banned the sale of organs.[9] It is believed[by whom?] that this has had no effect. Activists claim that the bodies are quickly cremated, which makes it impossible for family members to determine if organs have in fact been removed.[7]

Notable executions
On December 22, 2003, organized crime leader Liu Yong was executed in an execution van in a controversial ruling. Liu was convicted of 32 charges and sentenced to death in 2000, but was granted a reprieve after appealing the case on the grounds that his confession was forced. Liu had been given a retrial by the Supreme Court on December 17. It was the first time the Supreme Court had bypassed 's two-trial system in which two trials are permitted and the verdict of the second trial may be appealed by either side.[10][11]

On March 17, 2006, billionaire Yuan Baojing was executed in a van for the arranged murder of a blackmailer.[9]

The former Director of the State Food and Drug Administration of the People's Republic of Zheng Xiaoyu was executed in an execution van on July 10, 2007, for corruption. Zheng tried to appeal the sentence, but the court ruled that he was a "great danger" to the country and its reputation.

re falon gong organs are the best sellers
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organ_harvesting_from_Falun_Go

Gutter oil


PRC likes perp walks.


and lastly, something the Ukrainians can masterbate to.

poll: The UNITED STATES should publicly hang corrupt politicians

vote:
No
Nah, just lock them up in the newly upgraded guantanamo
Military Tribunal and lethal injection, like they did to noname
We wouldn't have a government if we did
Yes

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By: Armchair Separatist (817.10)

Tags: Chine, Death Vans, Execution Vans,

Location: China

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