Full bodies Scar Sew, Stolen Organ TKI Malaysia
Efforts to families of three workers, home Pringgasela, East Lombok NTB alleged organ trafficking victims in Malaysia for justice continues. Monday (23/4), who accompanied the victim's family care organization of migrant workers Migrant Care and Koslata reported cases suffered by relatives to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Foreign Ministry). Protection of citizens and the Director of Legal Aid Foreign Ministry, Tatang B Razak who met the victim's family vowed to prosecute the case. It also has asked the Embassy in Kuala Lumpur to conduct the investigation. We will form a team to investigate, "said Tatang Razak, at the Foreign Ministry Office, Jakarta, Monday (23/4).
However, M Soleh of Koslata who accompanied the victim's family was disappointed with the response provided Kemenlu. He said the Foreign Ministry did not respond to allegations of reactive inhumane treatment that befell the people of Indonesia abroad like this.
"It should be more actively seeking the ministry, not just based on the data provided by the Malaysian side. It's suspicious, "he said in the same location.
The case itself stems from the repatriation of the bodies of three migrant worker from the village and ambush Pancor Kopong Pringgasela District, East Lombok, April 5. They are Herman (34), Abdul Kadir Jaelani (25), and Mad Nur (28) is in Malaysia to work as construction workers and oil palm plantations in Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia.
Konsidi unsuspecting victim's family with an incomplete body. Ie there is a scar on the eye as well as horizontally elongated stitches in the chest. In addition there is also a vertical seam of the chest to the navel, and stitches across the bottom of the stomach.
The family is suspected suture scars in organ theft, such as heart, liver, kidneys and corneas. "This fact is very much different from the information document provided local officials revealed that they were shot dead," he added.
Meanwhile, Hirman, my older sister told Abdul Kadir, the first time he heard about the loss of her sister from work in Ashami Enterprise, New KG, BT 3 Mambau, Lorong Eagles, Seremban, Negeri Sembilan on the last week of March. At that Hirman who also worked in Johor, it receives information from Wildfire, his cousin who worked with victims. "Wildfire says he (Abdul Kadir) had not come home a few days," he said when met at the Foreign Ministry.
Around March 25, Wildfire got word of Mandarin-language local newspapers that mention the discovery of two motorcycles that are used in a relative's fishing. Wildfire of this information and ask for a license check Hirman bodies in Port Dickson Hospital. From examination of the victim is known to have died with the condition of the bodies are not intact with sutures.
"But if you just why all gunshot wounds must be sewn in the same place? Why his eyes also had to get stitches, "added Salah.
Meanwhile, a certificate from the Embassy in Kuala Lumpur number 0817/SK-JNH/04/2012, 0818/SK-JNH/04/2012 numbers, and numbers, signed 0819/SK-JNH/04/2012 Budiarso Heru (Second Secretary Consular Affairs) said the embassy did not do a check on the causes of death of the three TKIs.
"Because the slope was requested that an autopsy be performed to determine the actual cause, we can not believe it with a document from Malaysia without checking," he added.
Now the family invited the police to the three victims of the demolition of the grave for autopsy. "We invite so that there is certainty," added Hirman.