Ebola Murders In Guinea As Health Workers & Journalist Wind Up Dead
At the same time that information is coming out from the World Health Organization that Ebola deaths are ever increasing in West Africa to 2,630 murders seem to be increasing with workers. In Guinea it was reported by Reuters that eight bodies were found in the village latrine after they had gone missing. Three of the bodies had their throats slit and were clearly murdered as citizens of the cities and country continued to attack health workers and journalists that are trying to spread information about Ebola and how to stay safe from it.
It's been suspected by Guinea's government that the group of workers could have been kidnapped first and then killed later. The health team which consisted of five workers had already been reported as missing after people in the Nzerekore area started throwing rocks at the health workers to get them to leave in fear that they were spreading disinformation about Ebola and part of the problem.
People in West Africa have started to react violently to volunteers, journalists, health workers and Ebola educators because they feel the disease doesn't exsist. The citizens of the different villages throughout West Africa believe if Ebola is not real the health workers have some type of other motive that could be effecting their people. Obviously the violence has stepped up once people start getting murdered over Ebola education by getting their throats slit and dumped in latrines.
Eight Bodies Found After Attack On Guinea Ebola Education Team
A government spokesman said on Thursday that eight bodies, including those of three journalists, were found after an attack on a team trying to educate locals on the risks of the Ebola virus in a remote area of southeastern Guinea. Damantang Albert Camara told Reuters, "The eight bodies were found in the village latrine. Three of them had their throats slit,"