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Wang Shangkun qui a vendu son rein pour un ipad va maintenant au tribunal

Discussion dans 'Bistrot Chine du "Lotus Bleu"' créé par zel, 6 Sept 2012.

  1. zel

    zel Dieu suprême

    16 Déc 2010
    +1103 / -15
    China 'kidney for iPad' trial begins in Hunan

    Five people have gone on trial in China for illegal organ trading and intentional injury after a student sold his kidney to buy an iPad and iPhone.

    The defendants include the surgeon who removed the kidney from the 17-year-old in the central province of Hunan.
    They face up to 10 years in prison if found guilty, according to the state-run Xinhua news agency.
    The teenager, who suffered renal failure after the transplant, was said to be too sick to attend the hearing.
    The student, identified only as Wang, was recruited in an online chat room, according to prosecutors.
    They accused one of the defendants, He Wei, of arranging the illegal kidney transplant last April in order to pay his gambling debts.
    The group is said to have received around $35,000 (£22,000) for the transplant, while the student was reportedly given about $3,000 for his kidney.
    He nearly died after suffering renal failure following the operation and is said to still be in poor health.
    'Priced beyond reach'Mr He denied the charges, telling judges on that the teenager had been willing to undergo the surgery.
    Four others accused of having a minor involvement in the case also face fines.
    The case was discovered when the student's mother questioned him about how he obtained the money to buy his new gadgets.
    He eventually admitted to selling his kidney.
    While Apple products are popular in China, they are priced beyond the reach of many urban workers.
    In addition, there is a constant shortage of organ donors.
    Official figures from the health ministry show that about 1.5 million people need transplants, but only 10,000 are performed annually.
    Executed prisoners have been often used as a source of organs, but last month China vowed to phase this out over the next five years.


    D'autres sources en francais parlent de $300 millions de dommages et interets



  2. pier7

    pier7 Membre Bronze

    15 Fev 2012
    South FR-7
    +2 / -0
    C'est pas la première fois que ca arrive.

    Apple devrait instaurer une nouvelle grille tarifaire :

    Un doigt pour un iPod shuffle
    Un pied pour un iPod touch
    Une jambe pour un iPhone
    Un rein pour un iPad
    1 paire de bras pour un Mac

    Sans parler de l'apple TV qui risque de sortir incessamment sous peu :hum:

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