Egypt's three children corpses show internal organs kept intact

Tuesday 10 July 2018 09:02 PM

Corpses of three children
Corpses of three children

By Al-Mal
Initial  examinations showed corpses of the three children found wrapped in plastic bags today in a rotten condition next to  an abandoned villa in Giza's Maryutia suburb have burns and smoke-inhalation symptoms, denying that the incident is related to human organ trafficking.
The preliminary autopsy report showed the three victims are  for kids aged three and half, two years, five and half  year old.
Upon finalizing the autopsy, doctors suggest the children were detained and exposed to flames that caused their death.
Investigations into the horrific incident that sparked a state of fear among citizens and conducted by Giza's Investigation Directorate are interrogating eye-witnesses and checking CCTV footage installed in nearby buildings as well as reviewing disappearance complaints reported recently with Giza-plice stations.