"We cannot reveal the results now, as they are still being studied."
Lombok Timur, West Nusa Tenggara (ANTARA News) - Indonesian police in West Nusa Tenggara have done a second autopsy on the bodies of two of the three migrant workers shot to death in Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia, on March 22.

"We cannot reveal the results now, as they are still being studied. We will do it later when the time comes," said Brigadier General Arif Wachyunadi, the chief of the West Nusa Tenggara Police Command, here on Thursday when inspecting the implementation of the autopsy at a family cemetary in Pancor Kopong in the village of Pringgasela Selatan, Lombok Timur.

The second autopsy was done to ensure the cause of the death of the three migrant workers, following their families` allegations of organ removals.

Herman (34), Abudl Kadir Jaelani (25), and Mad Noor (28) were shot by Malaysian police in Negeri Sembilan on suspicions that the three would conduct a robbery.

The police have scheduled the autopsy of Herman and Jaelani, who are related, on Thursday while Mad Noor`s autopsy will be done on Friday. The autopsy was carried out by a team, with members from the West Nusa Tenggara Police Command, Lombok Timur police, Bhayangkara police hospital in West Nusa Tenggara, and West Nusa Tenggara general hospital.

The director of the West Nusa Tenggara general hospital, Dr Mawardi Hamri, was also involved in the autopsy.

The autopsy was coordinated by the chief of the operations bureau of the West Nusa Tenggara Police Command, Senior Commissioner Pujiono Dulrahman, while the investigation was led by the director of crime investigation department of the command, Senior Commissioner Hary Sudwijanto.

Before the bodies of Herman and Jaelani were examined, they were first shown to their respective parents and family representatives, who would later again be asked to witness the condition of the bodies before the burial.

Brigadier General Arif said the police would only announce the results when Mad Noor`s autopsy was over. The families of the victims suspect that some of the victims` organs have been removed, for purposes of organ trading, as there were stitches found on their eyes, chests, and stomachs.

Their suspicion was based on information from Herman, the brother of Jaelani, who had seen the condition of the victims` bodies before they were shrouded and flown in to the country.

The bodies of the victims arrived in their home village on April 5 and buried in Pancor Kopong.

Besides Herman, there were three other witnesses who, along with hospital workers, helped cover the victims` bodies namely Misbah, Wildan, and Sahabudin.

Editor: Priyambodo RH
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