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Killed for their bones - On the trail of the trade in human body parts

25.4.17

Killed for their bones - On the trail of the trade in human body parts: [aljazeera.com] His teacher, Clement Gweza, recalls feeling mildly concerned when he didn’t turn up for school that Monday.

“I thought maybe there were no groceries at home, or maybe he was unwell,” Clement says, sitting inside his empty classroom. “But the second day [he didn’t turn up] … then I got worried.”

When he learned what had happened to David, he says, he was shocked. “It meant I was next,” he says, placing his hands on his chest.

For Clement also has albinism.


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