Organ harvesting ring mooted as two SA teachers go missing in Vietnam

'Two different American ladies look like the answer to what's going on. They bought flights for the men and were apparently very close to these boys.'

19.8.2019

'Two different American ladies look like the answer to what's going on. They bought flights for the men and were apparently very close to these boys.'

The disappearance of two South African men in Vietnam is under investigation by Gift of the Givers, which fears they may have fallen prey to an organ harvesting syndicate.

said they shared mysterious acquaintances — two American woman he described as having had contact with both men and who paid for their flights around South East Asia and treated them to lavish gifts.

Sooliman said all evidence now pointed towards the men having become caught up in an organ harvesting ring, based on the prominence of the black market trade in Vietnam and the details surrounding their disappearance resembling those of past crimes.

“Two different American ladies look like the answer to what's going on. They bought flights for the men and were apparently very close to these boys.”

“They have lied about their whereabouts and the circumstances around their relationships with these boys,” he said. “Why would they lie unless they were involved?”

“The night that he disappeared, he spoke to his auntie and she said that he sounded very down. She said that he told her that he was 'going down' and that his relationship with (one of the American women) was a mistake.”

“It is believed that he suffered a breakdown causing distress and disorientation,” the group posted in July.

“There is nothing being done there, there is no co-operation [from authorities in Vietnam]," said Sooliman.

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