Campaign launched to restore dignity of Thailand’s only infamous cannibal

Campaign launched to restore dignity of Thailand’s only infamous cannibal

 

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More than 10,000 people have signed up in support of a change.org campaign for the removal of the mummified body of Mr. Si Quey sae Oeng, Thailand’s only alleged cannibal, from the museum of Siriraj hospital, in order to restore his human dignity.

 

The online campaign was a follow-up to a twitter message by @ChangeSiam who raised the issue, about Si Quey’s mummified body being in a glass display case at the museum of Siriraj hospital for the last six decades, saying that the man didn’t kill or eat children’s organs but he was, in fact, framed and falsely charged.

 

The twitter message was re-tweeted over 80,000 times before the launch of the signature collection campaign.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/campaign-launched-to-restore-dignity-of-thailands-only-infamous-cannibal/

 

 

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