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Hebron youth found burned to death
Published Wednesday 30/07/2014 20:05
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HEBRON (Ma'an) -- A Palestinian youth was was found burned to death in Hebron on Tuesday, a Ma'an reporter said.

Karama al-Hashlamon, 25, was pronounced dead early Wednesday in al-Ahli Hospital in Hebron.

The director of the Hebron prosecution Ashraf Mashaal, said that the general prosecution will transfer the body to Al-Quds University's Institute of Forensic Medicine to undergo autopsy.

Mashaal told a Ma'an reporter that al-Hashlamon's parents "found him burned in his house Tuesday morning and he was taken to al-Ahli hospital for treatment. He was pronounced dead Wednesday morning."

“The investigation is still under way and no one has been arrested yet," the director added. "We are still waiting for the result of the autopsy."
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1 ) Eileen K. / USA
01/08/2014 02:48
If Karama al-Hashlamon was found badly burned and later died at al-Ahli Hospital, why an autopsy? Had there been other injuries he may have had, and the perpetrator(s) set the fire to cover the other injuries up? Evidence seems, to me, that the victim was burned alive, and later died of his burns. The only question I can see is; who's responsible for this heinous crime; and, will there truly be a thorough investigation in which suspects will be questioned?

2 ) William W / USA
09/08/2014 01:06
an autopsy is meant to make sure no foul play was involved or if there was to gather information to be used in the prosecution of the perpetrator. also to see it the injuries were self inflicted..
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