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Old 25-02-2014, 12:13 PM   #41
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Kidnapping is rampant nowadays. Kidnappers usually asked ransom money from the parents of their victims. But lately, I was disturbed of the news about the kidnap victims whose internal organs were missing after they were found.

In Ibaan, Batangas four children were abducted. One of them were found with the pair of eyes missing and with Php 30,000 pesos on his/her mouth. Three were found with missing internal organs. There was also report in Tanauan, Batangas with a missing heart and Php 8,000 pesos on the hole of the victim’s chest. It’s really creepy.

Lately, there have been reports that the kidnappings is not only happening in Batangas. There were also similar incidents in Cavite and Laguna. Last Wednesday, March 5, my friend told me that there was a third year high school student (from a school in San Pedro, Laguna) was abducted on her way home. I still haven’t heard about what happened to the victim.

I heard that a syndicate is behind this kidnapping and they are selling the organs to the black market. Text messages and email messages has been circulating saying that a white van with plate no. VMM 507 is said to be the kidnappers van. In our place the cartographic sketch of the kidnapper and the plate no. of the vehicle used by the kidnapper were posted everywhere.

Residents in our area in Laguna were already afraid. Students going to school were now accompanied by their parents and yayas. It has been reported that the kidnappers where luring children going to and from school. Our school management even released a letter to parents to watch for their children when going to school and while playing outside their houses.

I appeal to our police to do something about this. This kind of horrific deeds should be taken seriously and investigate this matter.
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Old 25-02-2014, 12:19 PM   #42
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Police investigators have denied that the spate of missing children cases is somewhat connected to organ trafficking — a grim possibility that surfaced when a missing four-year-old boy was found dead recently with his internal organs gone in Rizal province.

According to Chief Inspector Kimberly Molitas of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO), it is unlikely that the missing children were kidnapped by criminal groups for their organs to be sold illegally.

"We have also spoken to our counterparts doon sa DSWD (Department of Social Welfare and Development) at wala po tayong naitalang record na may batang nawalan ng organ, at nagkonsulta na rin tayo sa mga doctor—hindi po possible iyon na tatanggalan ang bata ng internal organs for transplant, hindi po viable iyon," Molitas said in an interview aired on GMA News TV's “News To Go” on Thursday.

A medical professional confirmed this.

In a phone interview with GMA News Online, Dr. Bu Castro, president of the Philippine Hospital Association (PHA), said that although children's organs are viable for transplant, organ trafficking in the Philippines is unlikely nowadays.

"We have a very, very strict law against it," he said. "We have an organ donation law and there is a legal process to it."

"I think [what] the police meant, hindi na viable kasi decomposing na. The organs intended to be transplanted must be medically harvested fresh as possible," he clarified, alluding to the case of the boy in Pililia.

Law vs organ trafficking

Republic Act No. 7170 or the Organ Donation Act of 1991 regulates the donation of human body parts after death.

In 2008, then-President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo ordered the total ban on all kidney transplant to foreigners as response to criticisms that her administration was promoting "transplant tourism."

The ban — intended to protect poor Filipinos from exploitation — prohibits foreigners from getting donated kidneys unless they can prove a donor is related to them by blood.

The World Health Organization, in 2005, identified the Philippines as one of the global hot spots for organ trafficking, along with China, Pakistan, Egypt and Colombia.

Castro admitted that there was a time when the black market for organs was rampant in the Philippines, but added, "Controlled na 'yung black market, that was 6 to 7 years ago."

Reports on the possible link between the kidnapping of minors and organ trafficking surfaced after authorities found the body of four-year-old Mark Escarmosa in Pililia town in Rizal with his head almost cut off and his internal organs missing.

Although investigators are not discounting the possibility of foul play, they are also looking into whether Escarmosa's death was due to an accident.

Police said they could no longer conduct an autopsy on the boy, who had been missing since March 19, because his body was already in an advanced state of decomposition when it was found at the bottom of a ravine Thursday last week.

Missing children

Meanwhile, the police has intensified its efforts to track down other children who were reported missing.

According to GMA News' Maki Pulido's report on “News To Go,” the Philippine National Police (PNP) has created a special task force—Task Force Sagip-Anghel—to address cases of missing children.

Among those still missing are Kevin Rodrigo, 9, who never came home after he was asked to buy bread at a local store near their house; Rafael Trinio, 4, who was kidnapped near his house in Sta. Cruz, Manila last November; Junjun May Sican, 5, missing since Christmas last year and last seen at a mall in Parañaque City; Dada Mateo, 10, a special child, missing for almost a month now.

In light of these cases, Molitas reminded parents to ensure the security of their children.

"Ayaw po nating isisi sa mga magulang natin 'yung mga nangyayari, ngunit ang sinasabi po natin ay maging mas vigilant ang mga magulang, mas bantayan pa nila ang kanilang mga anak lalo na kung wala pa sa age of reason," she said.

"Kailangan po siguro, further parental guidance. Mas palawigin pa ang pagdidisiplina sa kanilang mga anak at sa pagbabantay rin," she added.

At the same time, Molitas said police in Metro Manila will strictly impose curfew in the region to prevent possible kidnapping of children.

"There are already existing ordinances relating to curfew and what we will work out is the strict implementation of these ordinances," Molitas told reporters at a press briefing at Camp Crame.
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Soka community in Ibadan, Oyo State turned to a Mecca of a sort on Saturday, when an abandoned property at Idi Mangoro area was discovered with about 15 chained people suspected to have been kidnapped.

About six guns and several cutlasses were also recovered from the house beside it said to belong to Black Horse Plastic factory.

The discovery was said to have been made when some people who were looking for their missing family member, an okada rider, stumbled on the building situated in an undeveloped part of the community, and from where they were hearing voices.

On entering the building, the people who made the discovery reportedly met the inmates who were highly malnourished, on arrival, only six of them- three males and three females were met.

One of them was looking like a skeleton and in the throes of death with his mouth hanging open while he groaned in pain as flies hovered around his mouth, nose and eyes.

Human bones were also found inside a well in front of the eight-room building said to belong to Ponti Construction Company. The building beside it, it was learnt, also belonged to Black Horse Plastic Company.

Also, many shoes, bags, clothes and other accessories were found in two containers which stood beside the house while mobile numbers 08140574774 and 07038651723 with the name ’Friba’ and 08061197191 with the name ‘Koko Aram’ were also written on the inside wall of the building.

Identification cards with names such as Mr Rafiu Alamu (tanker driver) and national identity and First Bank ATM cards belonging to one Mrs Janet Motunrayo Lemo were also found at the scene.

Some of the inmates were said to have run for dear lives immediately their chains were loosened, with one of them who claimed to have been an immigration official shouting with glee as he breathed air of freedom and ran away.

One of the female inmates said that she was delivered of a baby on Friday and the baby was immediately taken away. Evidence of being a new mother could be seen as she had blood stains around her.

As operatives of Operation Burst and policemen from Sanyo arrived at the scene, four men who claimed to be security guards were arrested from the building belonging to Black Horse.

One of them who gave his name as Abideen Akanmu, said that he was brought to the building by one Gbadamosi to watch over the house inmates.

He further disclosed that Gbadamosi used to bring people who were dirty looking. “We would bring them and shave their heads,” he disclosed.

A member of the community who spoke anonymously said that he got a call from neighbours and “when I got there, I saw people who were like mad people but on a closer look, I saw that they were not really mad, but had gone through starvation. Some of them said they had been there for two years while others said seven months.

“I was told that some of them died from starvation. That was why I called the chairman of Oluyole Local Government, Prince Abass Alesinloye so that he could see things himself.”

Another community leader, Dr Amodu Akeem, a lecturer at Lead City University also told Sunday Tribune: “At about 10.45am, I received a call from a neighbour who intimated me of the discovery in our community.

“When I got there, I discovered that they were not mad people as they spoke Yoruba and English fluently. They were about 15. That prompted us to alert the local government chairman.”

They both appealed to the government to intensify patrol in the neighbourhood as the community had become endangered with what was discovered.

One of the inmates who gave his name as Tunji Alabi said he was a conductor when he was abducted and brought to the house. He said he had spent seven months.

A community member also alleged that the security guards were just disguising, labelling them as killers. He said the kidnapped people were sane but were malnourished. He also added that all of them were met chained.

Reacting to the story when contacted, the chairman of Oluyole Local Government, Prince Abass Alesinloye said he had already called the attention of the Special Adviser to the governor on Security Matters to the matter.

He added that he had called security agents such as Operation Burst and Divisional Police Officer, Sanyo Division so that the place would be secured.

The local government chairman also said he had made arrangement that the rescued victims be taken to the hospital for prompt medical attention.


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Old 25-04-2014, 10:01 AM   #44
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Canopic jars were used by the Ancient Egyptians during the mummification process to store and preserve the viscera of their owner for the afterlife. They were commonly either carved from limestone or were made of pottery.[1] These jars were used by Ancient Egyptians from the time of the Old Kingdom up until the time of the Late Period or the Ptolemaic Period, by which time the viscera were simply wrapped and placed with the body.[2] The viscera were not kept in a single canopic jar: each jar was reserved for specific organs. The name "canopic" reflects the mistaken association by early Egyptologists with the Greek legend of Canopus.[3]

The canopic jars were four in number, each for the safekeeping of particular human organs: the stomach, intestines, lungs, and liver, all of which, it was believed, would be needed in the afterlife. There was no jar for the heart: the Egyptians believed it to be the seat of the soul, and so it was left inside the body.
Canopic jars of the Old Kingdom were rarely inscribed, and had a plain lid. In the Middle Kingdom inscriptions became more usual, and the lids were often in the form of human heads. By the Nineteenth dynasty each of the four lids depicted one of the four sons of Horus, as guardians of the organs.

The design of canopic jars changed over time. The oldest date from the Eleventh or the Twelfth dynasty, and are made of stone or wood.[6] The last jars date from the New Kingdom. In the Old Kingdom the jars had plain lids, though by the First Intermediate Period jars with human heads (assumed to represent the dead) began to appear.[1] Sometimes the covers of the jars were modeled after (or painted to resemble) the head of Anubis, the god of death and embalming. By the late Eighteenth dynasty canopic jars had come to feature the four sons of Horus.[7] Many sets of jars survive from this period, in alabaster, aragonite, calcareous stone, and blue or green glazed porcelain.[6] The sons of Horus were also the gods of the cardinal compass points.[8] Each god was responsible for protecting a particular organ, and was himself protected by a companion goddess.

Hapi, the baboon-headed god representing the north, whose jar contained the lungs and was protected by the goddess Nephthys

Duamutef, the jackal-headed god representing the east, whose jar contained the stomach and was protected by the goddess Neith

Imseti, the human-headed god representing the south, whose jar contained the liver and was protected by the goddess Isis

Qebehsenuef, the falcon-headed god representing the west, whose jar contained the intestines and was protected by the goddess Selket.[9]

Early canopic jars were placed inside a canopic chest and buried in tombs together with the sarcophagus of the dead.[6] Later, they were sometimes arranged in rows beneath the bier, or at the four corners of the chamber.[6] After the early periods there were usually inscriptions on the outsides of the jars, sometimes quite long and complex.[10] The scholar Sir Ernest Budge quoted an inscription from the Saïte or Ptolemaic period that begins: "Thy bread is to thee. Thy beer is to thee. Thou livest upon that on which Ra lives." Other inscriptions tell of purification in the afterlife.[11]

In the Third Intermediate Period and later, dummy canopic jars were introduced. Improved embalming techniques allowed the viscera to remain in the body; the traditional jars remained a feature of tombs, but were no longer hollowed out for storage of the organs.[12]

Copious numbers of the jars were produced, and surviving examples of them can be seen in museums around the world

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Abductions of Children and the Traffic in Organs
By Maite Pinero, translated by George Andrews

A rumor has spread through Latin America that causes fear in the
slums and rural areas: that children have been abducted or bought
from poor families to be used as donors of organs. Last March in
San Luis Potosi, Mexico, the secretary general of the provincial
government, Librado Ricavar Ribera, announced the opening of an
investigation on the traffic in organs. He disclosed that
children in the Altiplano area and the suburbs of San Luis have
been disappearing, and are then returned to their families
several weeks later with one kidney missing.
Mr. Ricavar Ribera
stated that the children had been taken to clinics near the U.S.
frontier. He added that the same traffic was going on in the
neighboring province of Taumilipas, which is on the U.S. border.
Several thousand dollars buy the silence of poor families. It is
the neighbors who make the accusations. {1**.

One week later, after a brief search, the director of the
department of health, Dr. Salazar Martinez, closed the
investigation. The reason he gave for doing so was that such a
network "would require an extremely sophisticated hospital

Although the secretary of the provincial government had stated
that the operations were not being carried out locally, but at
the frontier, the department of health refuted his allegations on
the grounds that there is no hospital in San Luis Potosi that
does organ transplants. {2**.

When we met him, Dr. Salazar Martinez limited the interview to
two minutes.
According to him, the provincial official who
sounded the alarm "demonstrated light-headed conduct," but
nevertheless an investigation had been carried out. The doctor
did not have time to give us any of the details.
When asked
whether he knew that a similar investigation had been ordered two
years earlier, he no longer found time to continue the

As for Librado Ricavar Ribera, he has become the invisible man.
It is impossible to meet him, or to reach him by phone. This is
not at all surprising. All of those who have denounced the
traffic in organs -- ministers, high officials, judges -- have
been removed from office or otherwise silenced.

This scenario began at San Pedro Sula in Honduras. It was there
that the police discovered several clandestine "nurseries" at the
end of 1986; "casas de engorde" [CN -- houses where they fatten
you up]
as they were called locally, or houses in which children
are made fat. The children were then illegally exported out of
the country "for adoption."

In January 1987, after an investigation of several weeks, there
was a dramatic disclosure. The secretary of the national
department of social services, Leonardo Villeda Bermudez,
revealed that the children had been used as donors of organs. He
added that charitable institutions that care for the physically
or mentally handicapped had been deceived by criminals, who
presented themselves as generous benefactors. In interviews with
the newspaper *la Tribuna* and with Radio America, Leonardo
Villeda Bermudez described the investigation in detail. His
conclusion was: "We have proof that the children, who had been
bought or stolen from poor families, were sold for a minimum of
ten thousand dollars each to organizations in the United States,
to be used as donors of organs."
{3**. On January 9th, the
President of Honduras denied these allegations, and fired
Leonardo Villeda Bermudez from his job
. One month later, a
similar scandal broke out in Guatemala, as the police arrested
members of an organization that was exporting children to the
U.S. and Israel.
Among those arrested was Mrs. Ofelia Rosal de
Gama, sister-in-law of the former general and dictator Mejia
The chief public relations officer of the police,
Baudilio Hichos Lopez, stated: "We know that children sent to the
United States, supposedly to be adopted, were in fact used as
organ donors."

In this same country, in January 1988, the scandal erupted again.
The police arrested two "dealers in children" of Israeli
nationality, Michal and Luis Rotman. The director of the drug
enforcement agency, Miguel Aguirre, announced that "the prisoners
have confessed that they exported children to Israel and the
United States. The children were sold for seventy-five thousand
dollars each to families in need of organ donors for their own

A violent controversy broke out. The embassy of Israel protested
against "the monstrous accusation" based on "irresponsible
declarations by an official" specifying that "It is unthinkable
that such crimes could be committed in Israel" where the removal
of organs is forbidden by law, and where the only authorized
transplants "occur under strict conditions of control." When the
embassy of the United States demanded that the newspaper *El
Grafico* publish a retraction, the newspaper replied that it had
merely repeated the statement made by the director of the drug
enforcement agency. The minister of health put an end to the
affair by announcing that the information published in *El
Grafico* was false.

Simultaneously the U.S. Information Agency (USIA) presented a
report to Congress entitled "Soviet Activities in the Glasnost
Era" written by Herbert Romerstein of the USIA. The report
reminded Congress that the Honduran official at the origin of the
affair had retracted his statement, but did not mention that he
had done so only after having been reprimanded by the President
of Honduras. According to the USIA, the Guatemalan newspaper had
merely refurbished the Honduran story. No mention at all was made
in the USIA report of the very specific accusations made by
officials of two different governments.

The attitude of the United States has never changed. According to
the U.S., the rumor is the result of a Soviet-Cuban propaganda
campaign. Those who sound the alarm, whether they be ministers,
judges, lawyers, bishops, or organizations such as Defense of
Children International or the International Association of
Democratic Jurists, are denounced as "affiliated with Moscow."
{6**. In September 1988, when the European Parliament voted a
resolution condemning the traffic in organs, the assistant
Secretary of State in Washington, Richard Schifter, accused the
Parliament of propagating "shameless lies" invented by the

In August 1988 the revelations of Judge Angel Campos in Asuncion,
Paraguay, attracted a lot of attention. The police broke up an
organization that was exporting children from Brazil, using
Paraguay as an intermediary staging area.
The question Judge
Campos asked was: "Are they going to be adopted or dissected?"
What had alerted the judge that there was something wrong was the
fact that the children were being adopted by people "who did not
seem to care whether the child walked with a limp, or had a
harelip, or was born with an arm missing." Judge Campos expressed
his intention of investigating this in depth, stating that the
traffic in organs was a taboo subject, and a crime which is
extremely difficult to prove. Judge Campos was then summoned to
the U.S. embassy,
which issued a statement that during the
interview the judge had said: "At no time did I imply that the
organs of the children were to be used for transplants in the
United States."

However, new incidents kept occurring. On Nov. 14, 1988, the
Peruvian press reported the story of Rosita, a little girl whose
eyes had been taken.
{8**. In Lima, the police raided medical
facilities linked with the Mafia, while the Bishop of Chimbote,
Monsignor Luis Armando Bambarem, declared that children who are
poor and handicapped "are being murdered to obtain their organs."

According to the report submitted to the Parliament of Brazil
last December, seven thousand children have been killed during
the last four years.
A professor of theology at Sao Paulo
University, Father Barruel, appealed to the United Nations,
saying that "75 percent of the bodies had internal mutilations,
and in the majority of cases the eyes had been taken."

In Mexico, the accusations continue to accumulate. On June 24,
the correspondent at Puebla for the newspaper *El
Universal* denounced the abduction of three children, specifying
"In a village on the banks of the Cuichol river, a child was
kidnapped. He was found several weeks later at Tlatlauquitipec,
about 50 kilometers from his home. He had been operated on, and
had one kidney missing. He is in the hospital at Puebla." The
journalist adds: "The lack of names is caused by the panic which
strikes the families. People have refused to give me more precise
information because they are afraid of reprisals." {9**.

In May 1990, the assistant District Attorney for the federal
district of Mexico, Gustavo Bareta Rangel, declared that the
disappearances of children "could be related to the traffic in
organs, which is going on at the northern frontier of this
country." {10**. In October, the Commission for Population
Development of the Chamber of Deputies created a committee to
investigate. The president of the department of health, education
and social services for the federal district, Hector Ramirez
Cuellar, specified that his committee would go to the frontier
where, between Tijuana and Rosarito, the existence of clandestine
clinics is suspected.
He added that the abducted children could
be "used to fulfill the needs of numerous foreigners who arrive
there in expectation of a transplant."

Clandestine clinics on the frontier between Mexico and the United
States were also denounced in Italy, when the scandal of "dealer
in children" Lucas Di Nuzzo became public.
In four years, four
thousand Brazilian children, who had been provided with visas,
arrived in Italy for adoption. One thousand of them were located,
but the other three thousand had disappeared without a trace.
Oddly enough, many of the requests for adoption came from the
Campania region, noted for its large families with many children
-- as well as for its high degree of Mafia control. Two Italian
judges, Angelo Gargani and Cesar Martinello, went to Salvador de
Bahia in Brazil. Upon their return, they warned the government
that the Mafia was operating "a traffic in the organs of
These children were sent to clandestine clinics in
Mexico and Thailand, but also in Europe, where they were
dissected for their organs. The Italian government requested help
from Interpol. {12**.

Since 1987 in the developed countries, the demand for transplants
has greatly increased. Ciclosporin slows down the reactions of
rejection. Viaspan, discovered by two American researchers and
manufactured by DuPont, extends the transportation and
conservation times of the organs (32 hours for a liver instead of
8; 12 hours for a heart instead of 4). Thanks to the progress of
science, the human body has become a valuable source of raw
materials. Blood, organs, tissue, bone, sperm, ova, corneas,
skin, embryos and placenta all now have commercial value. And
traffic of all kinds in these materials is multiplying. {13**.

In 1990 the World Health Organization adopted directing
principles, the first of which stipulates that "no organ can be
taken from a living minor for transplant purposes... From the
beginning, one of the characteristics of organ transplants has
been the lack of organs. The supply has never been sufficient to
meet the demand. This shortage has brought about an increase in
the commercial traffic of human organs. Fear has also been
expressed concerning the possibility of a traffic in human
beings." {14**.

Indeed, proliferating scandals reveal the existence of a sinister
black market. The terrible misery of third-world populations
makes them an easy target for unscrupulous businessmen. Dr.
Crockett, an English kidney specialist, lost his license to
practice medicine for life in 1989, because he had organized a
network that obtained kidneys in Turkey. One year later, *Lancet*
revealed that 130 people between 6 and 60 years of age had gone
to Bombay for kidney transplants. The Indian doctors justify this
commerce, which is particularly widespread in Bombay and Madras,
under the pretext that the donors "volunteer" because they are in
need of money. {15**.

In Latin America, three recent scandals prove that this
catastrophic commerce is on the increase. In February 1992, in
Argentina, the minister of health admitted that the director of
the Montes de Oca psychiatric clinic, located near Buenos Aires,
had been taking blood and organs, especially corneas, from the
patients in the facility. The investigation still goes on to find
out the destination of the organs, as well as of the many
children born in the establishment. The minister revealed some
frightening statistics: between 1986 and 1992, one-thousand
three-hundred and twenty-one of these psychiatric patients died.
The swamps surrounding the clinic are being dragged in an attempt
to find out what became of an additional one-thousand three-
hundred and ninety-five patients who simply disappeared.

For a long time Argentina has been considered a country in which
there was a traffic in organs. As far back as 1985, Judge
Mahiquez had ordered an investigation of accusations that Montes
de Oca was dealing commercially in blood and organs.
One year
later, the investigation was closed. In 1987 the minister of
health began a new investigation of the persistent rumors about a
traffic in children used as organ donors. One year later, the
rumors were declared to be without foundation. However, last
December the minister prudently admitted: "Traffic in children
and organs does exist." {17**.

After Argentina, it was the turn of Columbia. At the beginning of
March 1992, a chamber of horrors reminiscent of Dr. Frankenstein
was discovered. The corpses of ten paupers, one of them a 15-
year-old girl, were found in the amphitheater of Barranquilla
Faculty of Medicine.
The remains of forty other persons had
decomposed to the point that they could not be identified. The
procedure used by the faculty's security patrol had been to
strike beggars over the head with baseball bats until the victims
were in a state of coma. They were not killed until after their
organs of commercial value had been extracted, which were sold on
the black market. What remained of the cadavers was then turned
over to the medical students for dissection purposes, or disposed
of in the garbage. {18**.

Colombia discovered with dismay and fright the substance of the
rumor about the massacre of the "desechables" (throwaways), as
the homeless adults and abandoned children are called, in order
to provide stock for organ banks. It was in October 1989 that the
Bogota daily newspaper *El Tiempo*, then Dr. Nestor Alvarez
Segura on Radio Cadena Nacional, reported that street children
had been found murdered and with their eyes removed.
In March
1990, Antenna 2 broadcast the report of the tribulations agency
which, in the Compartir de Soacha district near Bogota, had
caught on film the abduction of a young girl and her subsequent
return to her family after her eyes had been removed.
In October
1991 in this same city, community groups organized a
demonstration to protest against the disappearances of children.
A farmer named Garrido Mesa testified in front of TV cameras to
having found near a gutter the body of a four-year-old boy, from
whom the eyes had been removed.
According to *El Tiempo*: "At
first the officials of the institute of family services at
Cundinamarca refused to believe Garrido Mesa. They were obliged
to admit that he had told the truth, as the doctor who signed the
death certificate of the unidentified child at the local hospital
confirmed that the eyes had been removed." {19**.

Judge Ines Valderrama was placed in charge of the investigation.
She looked all over Soacha, but was unable to find either the
family of the child or Garrido Mesa. At Cundinamarca, the doctors
and officials all said they knew nothing of the matter. Judge
Valderrama requested access to the archives of the Institute of
Legal Medicine, which is where unidentified cadavers are taken.
She was told by those in charge that such research is impossible
because of the great number of cases. However, since the affair
of the "desechables" at the Faculty of Medicine, people are
speaking out.

Last April in Uruguay, an organization was broken up that had
been sending adult "volunteers" to Brazilian clinics to have a
kidney removed. Among the clients of the organization who had
benefitted from transplanted kidneys taken from the poor were the
assistant Minister of Foreign Relations of the military
dictatorship, Filiberto Ginzo Gil, and the Minister of Industry
under former President Sanguinetti, Jorge Presno.

In spite of the investigations which always end inconclusively,
in spite of the officials who retract their previous statements,
in spite of the witnesses and victims who disappear, the pieces
of the puzzle are being fitted together. The so-called rumor is
not without substance. Mexico is a country in a prominent
position as far as this matter is concerned, since kidney
transplants on children have been going on there since 1970. In
Columbia, it is the theft of corneas which is dominant. This
country has an old and prestigious tradition of ophthamology and
there are cornea banks in all the major cities.

The existence of a horrifying clandestine commerce, of which the
miserable populations of the underdeveloped countries are
victims, can no longer be credibly denied. After gold, silver and
precious stones; after oil, coffee and cotton; will the demand
for organs become a modern version of the plundering of the South
by the North? Why should the children be spared, since the
shortage of organs is so great?

On May 6, 1991, during a meeting of a sub-committee of the United
Nations assigned to study modern forms of slavery, several
members of the committee recommended an international
investigation of this subject. In his final documentation the
special reporter for the United Nations, Vitit Muntarbhorn,
states that although it is very difficult to prove the existence
of this traffic, the circumstantial evidence continues to
. {20**.

Part of this circumstantial evidence is the proliferation of
illegal adoption networks, the colossal amounts of money raised
by them, and the enormous demand which causes waves of abductions
in Latin America. [CN -- Perhaps related abductions of children
here in the U.S. as well?] A real slave trade in children, going
from the South to the North, has been established, which can not
be satisfactorily explained in terms of adoption networks
catering to sexual deviates.

The Latin-American bishops at the Franciscan missionary center in
Bonn are also astonished by the extent of the phenomenon.
Monsignor Nicola de Jesus Lopez Rodriguez, Archbishop of Saint
Domingo and President of the Latin-American Episcopal Council,
has declared that the Church is going to "follow up on all
complaints concerning the sale of children for illegal adoptions
or organ transplants." {21**. American lawyer Patrick Gagel was
arrested in Peru last February, after having exported a total of
three thousand children in thirty months to the United States and
. What became of these children? How come Patrick Gagel was
almost immediately released from prison,
as have others arrested
for this crime? Won't any government formally demand intervention
by Interpol, since this is the required condition for a real
international investigation? Must we wait for more horrifying
discoveries before we dare to admit the awful truth?

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

The preceding article originally appeared in *LeMonde
Diplomatique* (August 1992) and was translated by George Andrews
and then reprinted in *PARANOIA: The Conspiracy Reader*, Issue
#4. Back issues are available at a cost of $4 USA, $7
International. Write to Paranoia, PO Box 3570, Cranston, RI
02910. For a one year subscription (4 issues), write to the same
address ($12 USA, $18 Canada, $24 International).

--------------------------<< Notes >>----------------------------
{1** *La Jornada*, Mexico, March 8, 1992.
{2** *El Sol*, Mexico, March 13, 1992.
{3** *International Children's Rights Monitor*, April 1, 1987.
{4** *El Tiempo*, Bogota, January 9, 1987.
{5** *El Grafico*, Guatemala City, January 24 and 27, 1988.
{6** This theme was recently taken up by *le Nouvel Observateur*
in Paris, on June 11, 1992, in an article by Vincent Jauvert, "La
rumeur du KGB."
{7** *El Diario*, Asuncion, August 7, 1988; *O Globo*, August 8,
{8** *El Comercio*, Lima, November 14, 1988.
{9** *El Universal*, Mexico, June 24, 1989.
{10** *El Universal*, May 7, 1990.
{11** *La Jornada*, Mexico, October 10 and 23, 1990.
{12** *La Republica*, September 17, 1990; *The Guardian*,
September 19, 1990.
{13** As to the ethical problems this poses, see "L'homme en
danger de science?" in Maniere de voir, no. 15, May 1992.
{14** W.H.O., *General Report*, November 19, 1990.
{15** *L'Evenement du jeudi*, July 18, 1991.
{16** *Clarin*, Buenos Aires, Feb. 23, 1992.
{17** *Liberation*, December 12, 1991.
{18** *Semana*, Bogota, October 13, 1991.
{19** *El Tiempo*, Bogota, October 13, 1991.
{20** Vitit Muntarbhorn, "Report Before the Commission on Human
Rights," January 28, 1991, and "Report of the International
Association of Democratic Jurists before the UN sub-committee on
contemporary forms of slavery," June 15, 1991.
{21** *Bull
etin d'information missionaire*, July 23, 1991.
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Are these victims killed before their entrails are removed or do they die during the divination?

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@ pinkizzy;

If you go by the historic and classical references, then the victims are kept alive up to the moment of divination/death. If my understanding is correct, then the way blood spilled in patterns would be seen has a form of divination too. Hence the horrific nature of the practice.
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The stories are grim and often impossible to confirm: illicit clinics, corrupt doctors and global networks dealing in human flesh.

International organ trafficking is a big business, with an estimated value of $50m in 2008, according to Michael Bos from the European Platform on Ethical Legal and Psychosocial Aspects of Organ Transplantation.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimated in 2007 that organ trafficking accounts for between five and 10 per cent of kidney transplants performed annually across the globe.

Antonio Medina, 23, a paperless Central American migrant moving through Mexico to the US, says he knows a fellow traveller who witnessed organ trafficking, after he and his wife were captured by a criminal gang.

"He was travelling with his wife and they [gangsters] took both of them," Medina told Al Jazeera during an interview in Mexico. "They [gangsters] put them in separate rooms. He heard his wife screaming. After he went in and saw her on a table with her chest wide open and without her heart or kidney."

Medina's friend said he was saved from the grisly house-turned-clinic by Mexican soldiers. The claims, like many aspects of the organ trafficking business, are impossible to independently verify.

The profit motive

"I have no doubt organs are being removed from bodies," says David Shirk, a professor of political science and director of the Trans-Border Institute at the University of San Diego who has investigated trafficking. "But for the most part, organ trafficking occurs in hospitals, where there are corrupt medical practitioners."

"Maybe people are cutting organs out as a form of torture - a great way to torture someone would be to tie them to a chair and pull their guts out in front of their eyes - but it is not credible to me that bodies are being used for transplants, as the procedure requires very sanitary conditions and careful donor matching," he told Al Jazeera.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines organ trafficking as commercial transplantation, where there is profit, or transplantations occurring outside of national medical systems. Direct organ theft, including the case Medina described, represents only a small portion of global trafficking.

"There are criminal underground organisations providing kidney transplantations," says Luc Noel, coordinator of essential health technologies at the WHO. "But most cases involve the poor, the destitute and the vulnerable that are willing to part with an organ for money."

"The common denominator [with theft and "consensual" sales] is profiteering," he told Al Jazeera

Poor people can reportedly earn between $3,000 to $15,000 for selling their organs, specifically kidneys, to middlemen who re-sell them to wealthy buyers for as much as $200,000

In a 2009 report on organ trafficking, the Council of Europe and the United Nations concluded that there was possibly "a high number of unreported cases", attributing this to the "huge profits and rather low risks for the perpetrators".

Mexico is not considered one of the worst countries for organ trafficking; the grisly practice is thought to be most prevalent in Israel, India, China, Pakistan, Turkey, Brazil, Nepal, the Philippines, Kosovo, Iran, and former Soviet states in eastern Europe.

"Transplant tourisms flourishes in areas with weak authorities," says Noel from the WHO. "We do not want to see a society where the destitute become a store of organs for the wealthy and powerful."

Online buyers

Customers normally come from the US, Western Europe, the Arab Gulf states, Israel and wealthy enclaves in the developing world. "The patients are also vulnerable and often extremely sick," Noel says. "The solution is that each community should address its needs in organs. Public authorities need to increase awareness on the benefits of [volunteering] for transplants."

Most people are coerced into selling their organs through a combination of misinformation and poverty, says Debra Budiani, a visiting scholar at the University of Pennsylvania's Centre for Bioethics.

So, how does one go about buying an illicit organ? It's a bit more complicated than walking to a shady part of town and haggling with a guy carrying wads of kidneys in his trench coat.

"The procedure for American patients is to go online and look for these services," Budiani told Al Jazeera. "This has been the framework for transplant tourism."

China has been particularly sophisticated in using the internet to attract transplant tourists, she says. The nominally communist country has one of the world's highest execution rates, and dead convicts provide a ready supply of healthy young organs.

Once patients arrive in China and the deal is set up, organisers will often force them to compete for the organs in intense bidding wars, Budiani says. "They will get into a situation in the hospital where they are waiting to see who will get the first organ from an executed prisoner," and the highest bidder gets first pick, even though prices are normally negotiated before foreigners arrive in China.

"There is a lot of dirty business around these operations," she says. "And it started with a lot of coordination on the internet."

In a posting on a free announcements website in Tuxla Gutierrez, the capital of economically marginalised Chiapas state in southern Mexico, a user offers to pay $25,000 for an organ and promises to be "absolutely discrete and serious" with whoever responds to the add. The user leaves an e-mail address and says that the operation will be done in Houston, Texas. The proposed transaction is illegal, Budiani says.

New organising tools

In addition to her academic work at the University of Pennsylvania, Budiani directs the Coalition for Organ-Failure Solutions, a grassroots advocacy group.

The coalition is planning a trafficking hotline, to take calls from victims, so they can be linked to doctors and the appropriate authorities."We are establishing a virtual social network, with mobile phones as the common denominator," Budiani says. "Even if they are illiterate, they still have access to mobile phones."

A prototype of the plan will be tested in Egypt and India in the coming months. The hotline could also act as a resource for understanding the sources of this kind of crime, she says, adding that Egypt's recent revolution, and the political instability it has caused, creates a "vulnerable period where human trafficking could thrive".

Back in Mexico, Antonio Medina says his friend whose wife had her organs stolen just wants to forget the whole experience. "We keep in touch by email, he is back in Honduras."

As seems standard with trafficking victims, they fall back into the shadows, often irreparably physically and emotionally scarred, isolated and alone.

"Migrants are highly vulnerable to various forms of exploitation," says David Shirk. And that reality extends across the globe, from refugees of Sudan's internal conflicts facing organ trafficking in Egypt to Moldovans and Kazakhs who have had their kidneys illicitly removed in Kosovo.

Debra Budiani hopes the proposed anti-trafficking hotline will help prevent abuses, while providing solace to those who are missing organs, facing shame and sickness.

"We want to allow people to mobilise and share resources on how they have been abused," she says, "to put them in touch with other victims so they aren't so isolated."
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Although the victims are cats, they share the same injuries has human victims;


A rash of cat mutilations is rocking the city of Lakeland, Florida with the bodies of four recently found cut cleanly in half.

Several cats have gone missing since March and residents worry for their pets' safety.

Lea Ellen DeWitt is still shocked by the sight of her butchered feline.

There was no hair, there was no blood, there were no guts,” Lea Ellen DeWitt told WFLA-TV. “It was just the front half of the cat.”

Some neighbors speculate that alligators or coyotes are responsible for the bizarre killings.

Lakeland Police spokesman Gary Gross told the Lakeland Ledger that "it doesn't appear to be an animal” doing the killing.

Officials from the Lakeland police were scheduled to meet with Animal Control officers on Friday to figure out an action plan.
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Even though i do not like cats, i think humans are sick to do such things.

I think such things should not be talked about, and the more ignorant the public is of any of this is good.

These subjects are better left alone, and the police should deal with anyone whom is nuts enough to get into it.

Just because you understand something, does not mean you should do it.
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So true

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Israel is the organ dealing capital of the world
when the people in power want you dead, just existing is a revolutionary act
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El Arish, Egypt (CNN) -- Bedouin smugglers involved in people trafficking are also believed to be stealing organs from refugees who are unable to pay their demands for large amounts of cash to take them into Israel.

The New Generation Foundation for Human Rights and the EveryOne Group, from Italy, have presented evidence that the bodies of African refugees have been found in the Sinai desert with organs missing.

Read the first part of our coverage on the plight of refugees in the Sinai

The Sawarka Bedouin tribe, one of the largest in the Sinai, was named by one Bedouin source as being involved in organ thefts.

A Sawarka leader said he was aware that people trafficking was going on in Sinai and that in some cases refugees were held in bonded labor and tortured. But he added only rogue elements of his tribe were involved.
Tribesmen exploit refugees' battle

According to rights groups, refugees -- from places like Ethiopia, Eritrea or Sudan -- are enslaved and tortured and the women raped if they cannot come up with the large sums of money the Bedouin try to extort from them and their families to smuggle them into Israel.

Among Bedouin leaders in the Sinai, no one was willing to speak openly about the organ theft. Tribal leaders said they knew nothing about it or had only heard rumors.

But Hamdy Al-Azazy, head of New Generation Foundation, has photos showing corpses with distinctive scars in the abdominal area. All the photos were taken in a morgue in the Egyptian port town of El Arish after the bodies were brought there.

Al-Azazy says the organs are taken from refugees while they are still alive. "The organs are not useful if they're dead. They drug them first and remove their organs, then leave them to die and dump them in a deep dry well along with hundreds of bodies."

He says he was once taken to the area where the bodies are dumped after the organ removal process. He says he believes corrupt Egyptian doctors are working with the Bedouins, coming to Sinai with mobile hospital units to perform the operations to remove especially corneas, livers and kidneys.

"Mobile clinics using advanced technology come from a private hospital in Cairo to an area in the deserts of Mid-Sinai and conduct physicals on the Africans before they choose those suitable, then they conduct the operation," Al-Azazy said.

CNN showed some of the photos of the dead to Dr. Fakhry Saleh, the former head of Cairo's forensic department and an expert on the illegal organ trade.

"There are two kinds of scars. One is from a postmortem autopsy and one from surgery," Saleh said, pointing to a scar that he says came from an operation that must have been performed shortly before the person died.

According to Saleh, the operation was conducted no more than 48 hours before death, indicated by the freshness of the scars.

Furthermore, all the scars are in the area of the liver and kidney. "They are good stitches in the area of the liver and the kidney," Saleh said while examining the photos on a laptop.

While Saleh says he has never heard of organ theft involving African refugees, he says it seems highly probable that the scars on the bodies come from organ removal.

"They could open you up, take it out and just let you die. The mafia does not care whether you live or die. When they cut you open, it would be very painful, so they would give you anesthesia," Saleh later said.

Saleh has done extensive research on the illegal organ business in Egypt, which preys on poor people. The World Health Organization in a recent report called Egypt a regional hub for the trade.

An investigation headed by Saleh found illegal organ trafficking to be one of the most profitable criminal activities.

"Organ trade is the second most profitable trade behind only weapons trade," he said. "It brings in more money than drug dealing and prostitution."

One Bedouin tribal chief did put CNN in touch with a Bedouin who used to be involved in people smuggling and who was close to the organ theft scheme. The source spoke on condition of anonymity but offered insights into the scheme.

"The doctors deal directly with the Sawarka family, and they buy the organs starting from $20,000," the source said in a phone interview.

He offered further details of the logistics required to keep the organs fresh for the transplant into their new owners' bodies: "The doctors come with some sort of mobile fridge where the organs can be stored for six to eight hours and resold in Cairo or elsewhere."

The source claimed doctors from Cairo are involved in the organ theft, a claim that has proved impossible to verify.

"It's like spare parts for cars," the Bedouin, who later agreed to meet one member of the CNN crew in person, said sarcastically toward the end of the interview.

A second Bedouin, who also refused to be identified, later gave a similar account.

The police general in charge of security in Northern Sinai tells CNN that his forces are aware that organ trafficking and theft are going on in their area of operations but that the authorities have not identified who is behind the schemes.

I have a hunch there is a lot of of weirdness happening in the Sinai desert that the media are ignoring. There could also be an increase in UFO sightings in the area we are not hearing about....
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Whats going on in Tanzania?.....


Eight people from a Tanzanian medical institute have been arrested after 85 bags containing body parts were found in the port city of Dar es Salaam.

A police officer told the BBC that human limbs, fingers, ribs and skulls were in the bags, discovered in a landfill site in the Bunju suburb.

Some of the bags contained surgical instruments and used disposable gloves.

The BBC's Aboubakar Famau in Dar es Salaam says the find has shocked the usually quiet city.

Dar es Salaam police chief Suleiman Kova said those arrested have links to the city's Institute of Medical and Training University (IMTU).

Residents said they became suspicious after a truck repeatedly dumped black plastic bags weighing approximately 25kg (55lb) each.


Tanzanian police have detained eight people in a case involving the dumping of 85 bags stuffed with human body parts, including limbs, fingers and skulls, in a Dar es Salam landfill.

The Tuesday arrests came after authorities discovered black trash bags a day earlier in a suburb of the African country’s commercial capital.

“We have arrested eight suspects in connection with the 85 bags found in Kinondoni area of Dar es Salaam,” city police chief Suleiman Kova said.

According to reports, those arrested work at a private medical teaching college.

“We are detaining them for interrogation over the alleged dumping of the human body parts,” Kova added.

He further said that limbs, fingers and skulls were found in the bags, but that the flesh was not fresh.

“I can’t say how many human bodies were there, but we have taken them to Muhimbili National Hospital for further testing,” Kova said. “They were dry and produced no smell.”

Police said they had no information as to why the body parts had been dumped, and would not comment as to whether they were connected to witchcraft ceremonies.

Attackers in Tanzania have reportedly killed a string of albinos in recent years. In Tanzania, albinos are killed and dismembered due to a widespread superstition that charms made from their body parts bring good fortune and prosperity.

There was no immediate indication, however, that any of the body parts found in the landfill belonged to albinos.

Although i cant prove it... yet..... there is a strong link between South African president Jacob Zuma's private security detail/bagmen and muti practices in Tanzania. Any pointers in that direction from any white hat securocrats over a proxy link would be welcome...
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War is used to cover a multitude of sins...


Unlike the terrorist offenses in Libya, Syria, and now Iraq, backed by the United States, the UK, the EU, members of NATO as well as regional collaborators such as Saudi Arabia, Israel, and Qatar, where any attempts to stop extremists from seizing entire nations is met by the West’s howling indignation and accusations of “human rights abuses,” the unmitigated brutality executed by literal Nazis in Ukraine against breakaway provinces in the east are accompanied by a hypocritical silence from the West. Refugees streaming away from encircled and bombarded populated centers tell tales of mass murder, indiscriminate targeting of civilians, and even grisly accounts of forced organ harvesting taking place from the bodies of those killed by Kiev’s combined arms offensive, or from those kidnapped by criminal gangs operating in the vacuum of impunity afforded by the West’s silence.

Unlike in Libya, Syria, and now Iraq where the Western media eagerly reported “activist” accounts as unquestionable truth, and even participated in flagrant fabrications to justify further military intervention, particularly in Libya and Syria, networks like the BBC dismiss Ukrainian refugee accounts as hearsay not warranting any further investigation. In the BBC’s article, “The Ukrainian refugees escaping to Russia,” it states:

They claim that masses of Polish snipers have been shooting civilians, that children have been abducted and flown to America to have their organs removed, and that the Ukrainian army has been killing refugees who have been trying to escape.

There is no evidence to support any of these wild claims. But what they prove is a deep-seated mistrust of Kiev.

What could be considered more “wild” is the BBC’s outrageous hypocrisy, their lack of investigating claims – considering they claim to be journalists – and their lack of explanation as to just why the people of eastern Ukraine harbor a “deep-seated mistrust of Kiev.” Why would thousands of eastern Ukrainians, hostile or distrusting of Kiev, flee their homes in the first place had Kiev not been carrying out a policy of criminal brutality?

Forced Organ Harvesting – Real Horror Deliberately Dismissed by the BBC

Russian sources tell a different story, explaining the details of the ongoing horror the BBC mentions in passing but failed to either qualify or dispel with anything resembling evidence. In Pravda’s article, “In Ukraine, human organs don’t stink,” it is reported that:

Shocking information appeared on the social networks saying that the militia from Slavyansk found hundreds of corpses of National Guard soldiers during a night reconnaissance operation. The soldiers had had their stomachs ripped open and internal organs removed. In addition, the people living in the troubled territories, have seen well-equipped ambulance vehicles, armored cash collection vans and other special vehicles near hospitals of the Ukrainian army.

Employees of international airports, for example, in Boryspil, said that there were many small aircraft chartered to transport special refrigerators that are used for transporting human organs.

These would be the same “social networks” frequently cited by the Western media to substantiate claims made against the targeted governments of Libya and Syria. Now that Western interests are backing a regime trying to consolidate its power against armed fighters, such stories are “wild” and unworthy of further investigation. Pravda notes that the impoverished state of Ukraine’s military – unable to provide even matching uniforms or food – makes the increased medical presence around Kiev’s forces very unlikely the result of interest in preserving the well-being of both its own fighters as well as those caught in their path.

Instead, considering the immense corruption and lawlessness that existed even before the so-called “Euromaidan” and the rise of an ultra-right client regime operating in utter disarray, it is more likely organ harvesting for profit is taking place. Eastern Europe has been one of several global epicenters for forced organ harvesting for years. A November 2011 Bloomberg article titled, “Organ Gangs Force Poor to Sell Kidneys for Desperate Israelis,” reported that:

Investigators on five continents say they have uncovered intertwining criminal rings run by Israelis and eastern Europeans that move people across borders — sometimes against their will — to sell a kidney.

“The criminal here is the middleman who profits from the sick and the poor,” says Bahat, who investigated an organ- trafficking ring in Jerusalem. “It touches my heart that people will sell part of their body because they need money to live.”

Criminals see an opportunity to make big money in the organ trade, where they can sell a kidney for 15 to 20 times what they pay, police throughout Europe say.

“They recognize the obscene profit that can be made in the expanding black market in body parts,” says Jonathan Ratel, a Pristina, Kosovo-based prosecutor who has been investigating organ trafficking over the past two years. “It keeps happening because there is so much money in this.”

Traffickers typically pay $10,000 to a seller for a kidney and collect $150,000 when selling it to a patient.

In fact, amid the chaos of Ukraine’s armed conflict, it would be unthinkable that these same criminal gangs would not be scouring the battlefields and hospitals for potential victims. The BBC’s failure to investigate the very plausible claims of desperate refugees suggests both utter journalistic incompetence and even complicity in covering up atrocities being committed as part of Kiev’s brutal, unwarranted, and deadly bid to consolidate power.

The state of forced organ harvesting as described by Bloomberg in 2011 implicated criminal gangs in Ukraine specifically, as have other reports. Ukrainian hospitals and doctors have been long-implicated as well. How then does the BBC call accounts of organ harvesting “wild claims” when nothing has been done to stop such practices since 2011, and especially with conditions in Ukraine today setting the stage for such criminality to flourish unchecked?

History Repeating Itself

Just as the ultra-right taking power in Kiev signifies the resurgence of Nazism in Europe, fully backed by the European Union and NATO, the covering up of forced organ harvesting and other horrors is torn straight from the playbook of Adolf Hitler’s Nazis, including the likes of the notorious Josef Mengele. History is repeating itself, specifically because of the ignorance of Western audiences and the complicity of journalists charged with reporting the truth who instead, bury it under propaganda.

Since organ harvesting is undoubtedly taking place in Ukraine today – since it was taking place on record before the conflict even began – the BBC’s dismissal of this tale of horror may mean Polish snipers supported by NATO may also be carrying out atrocities, and the regime of Petro Poroshenko may very well be carrying out campaigns of racially motivated genocide.
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Heres an update on the Surinder Koli case that i posted a while back on this thread;


An Indian man sentenced to death for murdering a girl in a case dubbed "the house of horrors" will be executed next week, officials say.

In 2009, Surinder Koli and his businessman employer Moninder Singh Pandher were convicted of murdering 14-year-old Rimpa Haldar. Pandher was later freed by a higher court.

They were held in 2007 after body parts were found near their home near Delhi.

The crime shocked the country, with many accusing the police of negligence.

Police say at least 19 young women and children were raped, killed and dismembered in a house where Koli worked as a servant for the owner in the suburb of Noida near Delhi.

The children, remains of whom were found hidden in bags, were allegedly lured to their deaths by Koli, who offered them sweets and chocolate. He confessed in court to cannibalism and necrophilia.

Koli has been found guilty of kidnapping, murder and attempted rape in at least five cases involving children.

Local residents said that police failed to act because many of those reported missing came from poor families.

A court said the crime called for the death sentence as it was the "rarest of rare" cases.

"The hanging [of Surinder Koli] will be carried out on 12 September... all the rules and procedures will be followed", SHM Rizvi, chief of the main prison in Meerut in Uttar Pradesh state, was quoted as telling reporters by the Press Trust of India news agency.

Executions are rarely carried out, but in the last two years there have been two hangings in India.

Mohammed Ajmal Qasab, the sole surviving attacker from the 2008 Mumbai attacks, was executed in November 2012 in a prison in the western city of Pune.

And in February 2013, a Kashmiri man, Afzal Guru, was hanged in Delhi's Tihar jail for the 2001 attack on India's parliament.

The interesting thing here is that Moninder Singh Pandher was released without charge. Considering that he was Koli's boss and would tell him to do anything its highly suspicious and merits further investigation;

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Thai police say they are seeking two US citizens over the suspected theft of body parts - including a baby's head and an adult's heart - from a hospital.

The men were questioned on Saturday after staff at a DHL depot in Bangkok discovered three parcels containing the human remains, bound for the US.

The men were freed after saying they had bought the items at a market to give to friends as a joke.

The Americans are now believed to have travelled to neighbouring Cambodia.

Police said that staff at a DHL depot in Bangkok were doing a routine check on several parcels labelled as toys when they made the discovery.

Deputy national police chief Ruangsak Jaritake told reporters the authorities had received information indicating that the body parts had been "stolen from one of the big hospitals" in Bangkok's Thonburi neighbourhood.

"It is a famous hospital," he said. "But we are still looking for clearer evidence."

Police named one of the Americans as a controversial video maker, Ryan McPherson.

The BBC's Jonathan Head in Bangkok says he became notorious for making violent exploitative videos a decade ago about homeless men, and was questioned by police then.
'No grounds to prosecute'

Police in Bangkok say the parcels were bound for addresses in Las Vegas. One reportedly had a baby's head, a baby's foot sliced into three parts, an adult heart with a stab wound, and pieces of adult human skin with tattoos.

The police said they were also investigating a possible murder because of the stab marks.

The items were in five plastic containers filled with preserving fluid, packed into three packages. DHL staff discovered them when putting the boxes through an X-ray machine.

Police said the body parts appeared to have been removed and preserved by a medical professional.

The containers looked similar to those used to preserve corpses at Bangkok's Siriraj Medical Museum, according to AFP news agency.

One of the two men who tried to post the items was questioned by Thai police for four hours on Saturday night in the presence of US embassy officials, before he was released, the Nation newspaper reports.

Police told reporters they had released the men as they had no grounds to prosecute them. The FBI in the US has been informed about the case.

In 2012 a Briton was arrested in Bangkok for possession of six foetuses wrapped in gold leaf. Police had been tipped off that the foetuses were being sold through a website advertising black magic.
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Ukraine doesnt escape this either...


On the outskirts of Donetsk, militia fighters discovered new mass graves of civilians. Representatives of the People's Republic of Donetsk believe that the civilians were killed by National Guard soldiers, as the Ukrainian troops had been staying in the settlement, where the graves were found, since April, whereas Donetsk militia occupied the village only on September 21, RIA Novosti reports.

However, Kiev officials deny the information. Earlier, a representative of the Council of National Security and Defense of Ukraine, Andrey Lysenko, said that "no soldier of the National Guard was ever staying in the location."

Prime Minister of the People's Republic of Donetsk Alexander Zakharchenko told the Russian News Service that there were three burials of civilians found - about 40 dead bodies of civilians, prisoners of war and Ukrainian militia soldiers.

According to Zakharchenko, an examination of the bodies showed that the victims lacked internal organs. However, he noted, it remains unclear whether the organs had been harvested at the time when the victims were alive or dead.

OSCE observers confirmed reports about the discovery of three mass graves in the Donetsk region, in the village of Nizhnyaya Krynka and its surroundings on September 23.

Chairman of Just Russia Party, head of the party faction in the State Duma of the Russian Federation, Sergei Mironov, commenting on the reports, said that the Duma suggested establishing an international commission to investigate crimes against humanity and war crimes against civilians in Ukraine.

"What happened near Donetsk is a familiar pattern of Nazis. We recall well-known facts from the history of World War II, when, after the liberation of territories seized by Nazi occupiers, numerous burial grounds were found, where people had been tortured and shot. It is obvious for us that those who call themselves the Ukrainian government must be held accountable for that. It is also obvious that the Kiev government will deny any involvement in the crimes, as they denied the tragedy of May 2 in Odessa. This is the reasons why one needs to establish an international commission, because every crime should be investigated, perpetrators should be found and punished accordingly. This investigation should go openly, including with the involvement of the international court. Our task is to insist on this. We can not ignore such facts," Mironov said.

Noteworthy, the Facebook account of Yulia Tymoshenko's former lawyer, Sergei Vlasenko, was hacked in July. His correspondence with German doctor Olga Wieber and commander of "Donbass" battalion of the National Guard, Semyon Semyonchenko, was exposed to the general public. In the correspondence, the sides discussed organ trafficking.

Thus, in one of the messages, Wieber wrote in detail, which organs were needed: "17 hearts, 50 kidneys, new livers - 35 pieces, 30 pancreases and 5 lungs." Vlasenko responded with a promise to deliver all the organs. Vlasenko also wrote that Semenchenko should collect organs appropriately, not to deliver "bad quality" organs again.
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If Bill Gates and Warren Buffet were true humanitarians or philanthropists, they'd have set up the best detective agency and hit squad in the world to remove these evil scumbags from the planet.
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Police in Ivory Coast have set up a special unit to investigate a series of suspected ritual killings of children.

More than 20 children have been kidnapped and killed across the country in recent weeks and most of the bodies have shown signs of mutilation.

Police said 1,500 officers and soldiers would be patrolling "known danger spots" in the main city, Abidjan, including areas around schools.

Unicef has criticised what it says is a culture of impunity in Ivory Coast.

The UN children's agency says there has been a repeated failure to investigate crimes against children and it has called on the government to address "a general sense of scare in the population" about the attacks.

Police say they are involving the UN agency in their investigation. They have also set up a hotline for the public to call if they have any relevant information.

The mother of one of the victims, who was found with no head and with several other body parts missing, told the BBC: "I think it could be a ritual crime. I'm asking the authorities to do something about what is happening.

"I lost my child but I do not want to just cross my arms because this can happen to other people."

Election link?

Local media reports have suggested the perpetrators may believe they gain power from ritual killings.

"These are mystical and occult practices," Didier Kobenan, an electrician in Abidjan, told the Reuters news agency.

"This is about black magic and they need these human sacrifices to get money and power."

The BBC's Tamasin Ford in Abidjan says there was a similar spate of suspected ritual killings in Ivory Coast in the run-up to elections in 2006 and 2010.

The next presidential election is due to take place late this year although the Ivorian authorities have rejected suggestions of a link with the latest killings.

Interior Minister Hamed Bakayoko said: "There is still no proof that any of these crimes are linked.

"We have these ritual crimes and we know very well the type of criminal who commits them in other countries. They do it to get power and money."

One father in Abidjan told the BBC: "I am really afraid because this could happen to us too. I have taken measures, I have talked to the maids and to those working in my house. I told them not to let my son alone."

Graca Simon, who manages a school in the city, said: "We have been more vigilant. We have taken the names of all accompanying children. And security has been reinforced at the entrance."

1500 law enforcement officers is quite a lot to deploy, so it suggests to me the number of victims is much higher, than what the Ivorian government is telling the public.
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There is an industrial level of Anthropomancy in India that has still to be revealed and investigated....


by FP Staff Feb 8, 2015 13:05 IST

In another gut-wrenching incident, a 28-year-old mentally challenged woman was gangraped by a number of unidentified men in Haryana and then murdered. Her body was then dumped along the Rohtak-Hisar highway. The woman, originally from Nepal used to live with her sister in Bahu Akbarpur in Rohtak. She had been reported missing on 4 February.

The Times of India reports that it was difficult to recognise her body since "wild animals" had attacked her face. "The woman's body was found without key organs on Wednesday along with sticks, stones and condoms stuffed into her private parts three days after she went missing," the report stated.

Dr S K Dhatterwal, who conducted the autopsy on the woman's decomposing body said that he had not witnessed such brutality previously in his career. "He said two stones were inserted into the slain woman's anus. "Her face was eaten by animals; her lungs and heart were found missing. Also, her skull had fractured and there were injury marks on both her thighs and chest.''

Rohtak police are working overtime to trace the rapists. Rohtak SP Shashank Anand told The Indian Express that seven teams have been constituted to work on the case. Also, CCTV cameras have been installed at several location's including in places around the victim's house to help track the culprits.

"We have constituted an SIT to track down the perpetrators. We have put our best investigators on the job," Anand told TOI. A cash reward of Rs 1 lakh has been announced for anyone who helps track the rapists.

The woman hailed from Vardia district in Nepal and had come to visit her sister who worked as a domestic help in Rohtak.

If you look at the physical evidence alone then it does suggest injuries consistent with the practice of Anthropomacy. But who is organising this out in India? Who has the capability, time, and means to travel about India unseen and unhindered to engage in this? And is the Indian government shit scared to reveal the truth behind this?

More questions than answers here.
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