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Again in the news is a sad story about the dangers to OFW's. If I knew anyone wanting to be an OFW I would advise them to stay away from the Middle east and search for safer alternatives.

 

http://globalnation.inquirer.net/163382/ofw-dies-in-kuwait-body-returned-to-ph-missing-internal-organs

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31 minutes ago, marine6357 said:

Again in the news is a sad story about the dangers to OFW's. If I knew anyone wanting to be an OFW I would advise them to stay away from the Middle east and search for safer alternatives.

 

http://globalnation.inquirer.net/163382/ofw-dies-in-kuwait-body-returned-to-ph-missing-internal-organs

It is but her body was brought back on January the 5th and the article is dated 12th Jan so it's not new. :thumbsup:

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8 hours ago, marine6357 said:

Again in the news is a sad story about the dangers to OFW's. If I knew anyone wanting to be an OFW I would advise them to stay away from the Middle east and search for safer alternatives.

 

http://globalnation.inquirer.net/163382/ofw-dies-in-kuwait-body-returned-to-ph-missing-internal-organs

Roger that Marine!  A very timely and noteworthy warning about other cultures that preys on the naive and vulnerable Filipina.  

Thank you..........

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9 hours ago, Jollygoodfellow said:

January the 5th and the article is dated 12th Jan so it's not new. 

Ok so new to me then.

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Wife says this happens many times in ME.

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Several websites that deal with standardization of/questions about autopsies say that a thorough autopsy should have removed all of the organs, including the tongue and trachea. Qualified pathologists remove the neck organs through the chest cavity, though, and don't cut into the face of the deceased.

Why the intestines should have been removed and emptied. All organs, minus pieces slated for toxicology testing, should have been put back inside the body. Why the body was covered in bruises, we can guess but I dunno.

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10 hours ago, Reboot said:

Wife says this happens many times in ME.

In Maine? (ME)

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1 hour ago, Dave Hounddriver said:

In Maine? (ME)

Middle East ?

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