OFW dies in Kuwait; body returns to PH with missing internal organs

By: Inquirer January 13,2018 - 11:39 PM

A SERIES of gruesome photos recently went viral on Facebook, showing the corpse of a woman covered in bruises and sliced, starting from the bottom lip down to her navel.

The photos were uploaded on Facebook in Jan. 10 by Gracel Ann Hukdong, niece of the woman in the pictures.

According to Gracel, the woman is her aunt Liezl Trus Hukdong who served as an overseas Filipino worker in Kuwait.

Gracel and other relatives were informed by Liezl’s employer last Dec. 19 that her aunt died after hanging herself, something that Gracel’s family found hard to believe.

When Liezl’s body arrived in the Philippines on Jan. 5, it was brought to a funeral home, where it was discovered that her vital organs have been harvested.

Her brain, tongue, kidney, lungs and eyes have been removed; the only thing that remained were her intestines.

The documents which came with Liezl’s body were also dubious in nature.

These contained wrong spellings, had no official seal, no doctor’s signature, and no license number of the doctor. There was also no autopsy result to accompany the rest of the documents.

Liezl left the Philippines on Dec. 17, 2016 to work in Kuwait, along with a relative.

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