A MAN who died in Mexico has been flown home “without a brain, stomach or heart”, his wife has claimed.
The 35-year-old dad-of-two, known only as Mr Kim, died of “natural causes” on January 3.
But his wife Mrs Kim fears his organs have been trafficked, and believes the Korean National Forensic Service are involved.
Mrs Kim claims her husband was involved in a fight, and later rushed to hospital unconscious.
He was later pronounced dead, and she insists his entrance to hospital was caught on CCTV.
A forensic scientist initially told her that he had signs of external injury and bruising on her husband’s body, following a post-mortem examination.
But results to his second autopsy revealed he was also missing his brain and stomach, and the NFS could not determine the cause of his death due to the missing organs.
Please help me and help my husbandMrs Kim
Launching an online petition, she wrote: “More than a week later, I received the autopsy result that says ‘no external injuries.’
“I was dumbfounded.”
She claims Mexican police were not investigating her husband’s death because on paper, dying of natural causes was not suspicious.
Mrs Kim is now demanding Mexican authorities return her husband’s organs. “
She wrote: “My husband was a citizen of Korea. His three-year-old son and 11-month-old daughter have lost their father.
“Please help me and help my husband.”
Since January 22, the petition has received more than 17,500 signatures.
And KBS World Radio confirmed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in South Korea has also asked Mexican authorities to return the missing organs, which are believed to be at the Servicio Medico Forense (Forensic Medical Service).
Mexican cartels are now being accused of organ trafficking as well.
Gangs, especially the Caballeros Templarios, are known t