Case #3 – Black Organ Harvesting Beyond The United States
According to Face2Face Africa,
Matthew and Grace Huang, an Asian-American couple, were convicted of starving their adopted daughter to death in an effort to sell her organs once she had died.
The Huang family adopted Gloria from Ghana and have two other adopted children (pictured above) also from Africa.
Mr. and Mrs. Huang were arrested in Qatar’s capital city, Doha, back in January 2013, after the death of 9-year-old Gloria (pictured above with her two brothers). The Huang family adopted Gloria from Ghana and have two other adopted children (pictured) also from Africa.
Shockingly, this is not the only case dealing with organ harvesting. In 2011, Catholic Online reported on African refugees, attempting to relocate to Israel, having their kidneys and livers removed while they were alive and then being left to die.
Then a Somali girl was reportedly smuggled out of her country to Britain for her organs, according to the New York Post, last October. Her case was of particular significance because it was the first time that authorities saw a child being trafficked specifically for her organs.
Another high-profile organ-harvesting, kidnapping case involved the “humanitarian organization” Zoe’s Ark. Back in 2007, Chad’s President Idriss Deby accused the organization of trying to kidnap 103 children and take them to France for illegal adoptions and organ-harvesting. At the time, President Deby told NPR, “Clearly, their goal was to kidnap and steal these kids from their parents, and sell them to pedophile organizations in Europe, or kill them and sell their organs.”
In another story, back in 2013 a young Somali girl was smuggled out of her country and into the United Kingdom. She thought she was headed for a better life. Instead, she would risk giving up her young life so a white European could live.
The unnamed girl was brought to the UK from Somalia with the intention of removing her organs and selling them on to those desperate for a transplant.
Child protection charities warned that the case was unlikely to be an isolated incident as traffickers were likely to have smuggled a group of children into the country.
The case emerged in a government report which showed that the number of human trafficking victims in the UK has risen by more than 50 percent … and reached record levels.”
A total of 371 children were exploited, with the majority of them being used as slaves or sexually abused. They included 67 children from Nigeria and many others from other parts of Africa and the rest of the world.
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