Tom Evans and his wife, Kate, lost their battle on the weekend to keep their 23-month-old toddler, Alfie, alive. Little Alfie died at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in England despite his dad’s desperate attempts to resuscitate him for 10 minutes.

Despite Pope Francis’s offer to have Alfie treated at the Vatican hospital, months of appeals were nullified by the doctors and judges presiding over the nation-gripping case.

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Alfie suffered from a rare degenerative brain condition, and doctors claimed that any further treatment would be futile. He was removed from life support, and died five days later.

Life Site News cites Italian newspaper La Nuova Bussola Quotidiana, and reports that Alfie was injected with four different drugs by hospital staff after his father was pulled aside for an unusual midnight meeting, two hours before his death.

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“This was a little boy that was fervently alive, not what the hospitals are trying to say, that if someone has brain damage, so out of control, that they have to kill him,” said Steven Woolfe, a Catholic member of the European Parliament.

When Woolfe met with hospital officials, the discussion was “solely about how they could end the life of Alfie.”

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Alfie’s dad took a video to show the doctors the positive changes in his little boy’s condition, which he claims improved after hospital staff ceased administering medication to him.

His parents pleaded with staff to review the evidence, and Woolfe wrote several letters, including to the British Prime Minister, Health Minister, and Chief Executive of Alder Hey—but all pleas fell on deaf ears.

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The hospital, which has been defended by British Prime Minister Theresa May, has been embroiled in conflict for not only refusing to respect the wish of Alfie’s parents to have him treated in Italy, but also over the fact that they didn’t feed him for 24 hours after removing his life support.

Despite a helicopter waiting nearby the hospital, ready to take Alfie to Italy should the courts allow—the toddler was even given Italian citizenship last minute in another effort to allow him out of England—police remained stationed outside Alfie’s ward, disallowing his parents to take him out for treatment.

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In a supposed “leaked” conversation with an unidentified staff member from Alder Hey, as purported by the video’s publisher, she says: “I’m not suppose to be talking about it right, but i’ll get myself into trouble, but cause I am who I am right. I personally think this hospital is covering something up big time.”

It’s not the first time, however, that Alder Hey has been at the center of a scandal.

According to a report on Natural News, Mike Evans says that Alder Hey has a “horrifying history” of organ harvesting. He claims that the hospital is connected to a “multi-decade baby organ harvesting crime ring,” responsible for the harvesting of more than 100,000 baby organs, which he believes were distributed across hospitals throughout Britain.


Alder Hey has previously admitted to removing the organs from live children, as exposed by a damning BBC report in 2001, and “giving” the organs to a pharmaceutical company in return for “cash donations.” Parents of an Alder Hey support group have labeled the practice as “disgusting and grotesque.”

British Health Secretary Alan Milburn said, “This is yet another piece of deeply distressing news for the parents of children treated at Alder Hey,” per The Guardian.

In 2005, The Guardian reported that an “Alder Hey pathologist ‘stockpiled children’s organs.’” The accused doctor, who was head of foetal and infant pathology at the Liverpool-based hospital, had secretly removed the organs without the consent of those children’s parents.

Alder Hey is not the only U.K. hospital to have been busted for storing people’s organs without their relatives’ permission.

Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals in London were exposed in a Sun investigation in 2013 for storing dead people’s brains and vital organs, including children’s, most likely kept for testing.

As grotesque as all this is, a documentary, Human Harvest: China’s Organ Trafficking, by Canadian filmmaker Leon Lee exposes an even deeper level of evil committed against humans.

A multibillion dollar illegal organ-harvesting trade, sanctioned by the Chinese Communist Party, is operating nationwide in China. Political prisoners—mostly followers of the ancient meditation practice known as Falun Gong—have been harvested for their organs.

China’s lucrative organ-harvesting trade was first exposed by a hospital worker in March 2006, who says as many as 4,000 Falun Gong practitioners had been killed for their organs at the hospital she worked at outside the northeastern city of Shenyang. Moreover, she added that her husband, a surgeon at the same hospital, admitted to removing the corneas from 2,000 living Falun Gong practitioners.

Alarming reports submitted to the U.S. congress reveal why China is able to boast waiting times of as little as 1–2 weeks for a matching organ for anybody—something impossible elsewhere in the world.

“Somebody’s being killed for the organs,” asserts human rights lawyer David Matas, who’s shed much light on the covert operation. “There’s no other way to explain what’s happening.”

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By the late 1990s, there were 100 million Falun Gong practitioners in China, according to Chinese state-run reports at the time. Experts have revealed that the Chinese regime incarcerates these meditators in jails, where they are blood tested and treated as an organ pool.

Whenever someone flies into China for a transplant, one or more of these prisoners of conscience are dragged to the operating table like lambs to the slaughter after being blood matched.

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Chinese officials denied these claims with a self-refuting defense, where they initially admitted to executing prisoners for their organs, before changing their argument in 2017, flat out denying their previous claim.

Nobel Peace Prize nominees David Matas, David Kilgour, along with investigative journalist Ethan Gutmann, author of The Slaughter, testified that an estimated 60,000–100,000 organs are transplanted each year in Chinese hospitals, a number way above the official Chinese statistic of only “10,000.”

(L) David Kilgour, (M) David Matas, (R) Ethan Gutmann

“The Chinese government has been trafficking in organs for profit for far too long and we have strong evidence that Falun Gong practitioners were singled out for organ harvesting,” confirmed U.S. Representative Chris Smith.

In a momentous worldwide response, 1.5 million people signed a petition initiated by Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (DAFOH) between July and November 2013.

Watch the video on Alfie below:

And more on China’s organ harvesting here:

Falun Dafa (also known as Falun Gong) is a self-improvement meditation system based on the universal principles of Truthfulness, Compassion, and Tolerance. It was introduced to the public by Mr. Li Hongzhi in 1992 in China. It is currently practiced by over 100 million people in 114 countries. This peaceful meditation system has been singled out for persecution in China since 1999. For more info, please visit: and


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