Organs taken from dead cadet school student

SUPREME Commander Gen. Tarnchaiyan Srisuwan has ordered a full investigation into the death of a Military Preparatory School student whose vital organs were stolen during an autopsy, the Thai-language daily Khao Sod reported today (Nov. 21).

The student’s parents became suspicious after the school did not give them a clear explanation about his death. “They told me he had a heart attack. But I saw bruises and scars on his body.”

They later took their son’s body for an autopsy and were shocked to discover that his brain, liver, kidneys and intestines were missing.

“His collar bones were also broken and there were severe bruises in his stomach and his back,” his father told the newspaper.


Top: The military student who died and whose vital organs are missing. Photo: Khao Sod

By  Songpol Kaopatumtip