Hu Xinyu Case Unsolved, Another Jilin Girl Mysteriously Disappears

Hu Xinyu, a 15-year-old teenager from Jiangxi province, was reported missing for 100 days, local police announced that a corpse was found near the school, claiming that the student had committed suicide.

After that, the media revealed more details about the case, leading to a lot of doubts and attention from the public. In particular, the frequent cases of missing youth in Communist China in recent months have led to suspicions that the cases are related to the Chinese Communist Party ( CCP)’s live organ harvesting.

At the same time, an 18-year-old girl named Zheng Chunmei from Jilin province has been missing for 87 days. After learning about the Hu Xinyu case, her father once again urged the local police not to give up the search. As a family member, he said, ” She is not dead till we find her dead, we can’t just let it go, and don’t just close the case casually.” According to Mr. Zheng’s description, his daughter disappeared on the evening of November 4th last year around Jilin Bridge. He had reported to the local police station, and the police told them not to have any hope without any action taken. Helplessly, they sought help from the media. The police sent out rescue personnel to search near Jilin Bridge, but nothing was found.

Over the past year, cases of student disappearances within Communist China still occurred from time to time, despite the strict lockdown measures implemented by the CCP. On October 23rd, 2022, a 17-year-old girl was missing in Panyu District, Guangzhou; On November 12th, Liu Ao, a 14-year-old student from Wuhan, went missing after throwing garbage downstairs. Eight days later, his body was found, but the police prevented his family from approaching the body.

At that time, it was rumored on the Internet that “some organs were missing” when the corpse was found; On November 5th, a 15-year-old boy was missing in Shantou City, Guangdong, and on the same day, a 15-year-old girl was missing in Maoming City. Additionally, according to a list of missing Wuhan university students, by the beginning of 2020, there were at least 372 young people mysteriously missing only in Wuhan.

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