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VIDEO: 100,000 children get abducted in China each year for adoption, beggar gangs and their organs

Posted by temasektimes on March 22, 2012

The suspected kidnapping case in Ang Mo Kio Hub allegedly by a PRC couple may have shocked the entire nation, but it is actually a relatively common occurrence in mainland China.

According to a report by a Chinese newspaper, about 100,000 children get abducted in China each year and they are almost always never found as the PRC police is not bothered to investigate.

The New York Times reported one PRC couple in Shenzhen who lost their nine month old son at their home’s entrance when a man sitting in a car driving past simply snatched him away in an instant

(4月4日发自深圳的长篇报导,深圳的邓辉东在眨眼间失去了9个月大的儿子,当时她的儿子和7岁的姐姐正在家门口,一辆轿车开过来都没有停,一名男子从车窗­伸出双手抓住她的儿子,把他抢走了。)

The babies and lucky children are usually sold for adoption by Chinese couples or overseas to Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam for about $5,000. The unlucky ones have their limbs amputated and forced to beg for a living for the notorious ‘beggar gangs’ run as an enterprise in various Chinese cities.

The older children in their teens have little commercial value and are usually slaughtered like lambs with their internal organs harvested.

Watch the exclusive coverage on China’s kidnapping nightmare below:

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2 Responses to “VIDEO: 100,000 children get abducted in China each year for adoption, beggar gangs and their organs”

  1. VH2006 said

    The kidnappers might have watched the mother for quite some time. So beware of any stranger, who appears near your children frequently. You may wish to take a picture just in case.

  2. 陈一峰 said

    nothing new in china.

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