Jennifer Zeng, 52, says she was arrested four times in China for following Falun Gong, a Chinese religious spiritual practice which the state has attempted to eradicate over the last 20 years.
She was held against her will, physically and mentally tortured, and kept in cramped conditions when she was thrown into a labour camp in 2000. During her imprisonment, her blood was tested and her organs were scanned but she believes one small comment saved her from the scalpel. She now lives in America after leaving the camp in 2001. As an international tribunal claims that the organs of prisoners are being illegally harvested and traded in China, here is Jennifer's version of events.