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Boy’s Aunt as A Prime Suspect in Eyes Gouging : China




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The six-year-old boy was found with missing both eyes in late August. Now he admitted in hospital for recovery. Credit : CNN

The six-year-old boy was found with missing both eyes in late August. Now he admitted in hospital for recovery. Credit : CNN

CNN:As the six-year-old boy had been missing for four hours and finally was found bloodied with missing both eyes in late August near his home, someone just gouging his eyes away.The six-year-old boy, named by local media as Xiao Binbin, is still recovering in hospital.

Early reports suggested that Xiao may have been the victim of organ traffickers, claims police later denied.Now, authorities in Fenxi country, Shanxi Province, have named the suspect as the boy’s aunt Zhang Huiying, who killed herself last Friday after jumping into a well in the courtyard of her home.

Police said Zhang’s DNA was found at the scene of her nephew’s attack. Blood stains belonging to the boy were also found on Zhang’s clothes.

The boy told police that a woman with a non-local accent called his name and asked him if anybody in his home played mahjong before taking him to the field, according to quotes attributed to his mother, Wang Wenli, in state media.

Local police immediately launched a manhunt for the suspect by offering a 100,000 yuan ($16,335) reward for information leading to the arrest of the suspect, whom they said was a woman, according to Xinhua.

Soon after the attack, state broadcaster CCTV showed images of a boy with bandages over his eyes recovering in hospital while his stricken relatives cried at his bedside.

As it not cleared about reason of gauging boy’s eyes but organ trafficker still be main suspect.Organ transplant medicine is an incredible life-saving technology, under the right circumstances. Unfortunately, due to a shortage of available organs, a new crime of the 21st century, organ trafficking, is supplying organs to people with the money to pay big dollars for a new life.

Organ trafficking involves the harvesting and sale of organs from unwilling donors or donors who sell their organs in ethically questionable circumstances. It is happening in many places throughout the world, but especially in China.

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