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Chinese Death Bus Kills You, Pilfers Organs

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Wow. The bus seen here is one of forty in China used as a mobile execution chamber for criminals sentenced to death. And no, it doesn't run over you.

The buses provide a setup for lethal injections, and the acts are carried out on streaming video so local authorities can observe and ensure that everything is done legally.


Critics say that the buses help the government secretly harvest organs to sell to the west, as there's already a doctor on hand to administer the injection and they never show the bodies between execution and cremation.

The government is secretly harvesting criminal's organs for sale to the west? Wow, that is freaking wrong. China, get with the program, that shit ain't right.

China's Death Buses Deliver Executions, Organ Harvesting On the Go
[gizmodo]

Psst. Over here. Looking for a liver.

Thanks to Hector, who doesn't ride the bus because he bought a car. Nice, Hector, wanna scoop me and go to the mall?

There are Comments.
  • Hazakabammer

    Have you ever heard of eugenics? In 1899 in the state of Indiana, the son of the cousin of Sir Charles Darwin contributed to the passing of a law to sterilise all degenerates (prisoners) so as to prevent them from breeding.

    An evil man can only raise an evil dog.

    Bloody good show China. China have been doing everything right millennia before the west, they kill people who preferred to do misdeeds (knowing that they could be killed) and then use the organs to save people's lives, they have respect for our planet by enforcing a one child rule (One is Fun, as they say..) in order to control population!

    I'm British. We have free healthcare for everyone, housing is given to those who need it so we've pretty much eradicated homelessness. America isn't doing it right when they can just let a man die because he's lacking insurance, despite the fact he pays taxes.

    I wanted to move to America because of the constitution and the liberties.. but there are too many cons in return for those liberties.

  • Justice Law

    I like how both you and I found a post from three years ago. And you have a very truthful point.

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