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Liberian Dogs Digging Up Corpses Of Ebola Victims And Eating Them In The Street.

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This is crazy, imagine what those dogs will transmit to whoever they lick or bite…. Ebola Virus + Rabbis = 
There are serious reports that dogs are digging up the corpses of Ebola victims buried in shallow graves in Liberia and eating them in the street.
Furious residents of Johnsonville Township, outside capital Monrovia, raised the alarm after packs of wild dogs were spotted digging up corpses from a specially-designated ‘Ebola graveyard’, dragging them into the open and feeding on their flesh. 
The grisly scenes in Liberia came three weeks after government health officials – desperate to stem the country’s rising infection rate – hurriedly buried the bodies despite a heated standoff with villagers who refused to give their permission to use the land.

But rather than resolve the dispute, Liberia’s Ministry of Health burial team dug the graves at night to avoid further confrontation, making the infected bodies easy targets for scavengers, villagers say.
Now fears are mounting that the dogs  which cannot grow sick from the strain of Ebola running rampant through West Africa but can carry it – will be able to pass it on to humans through licking or biting.
‘We are very disappointed in the Health Ministry, especially the government that took an oath to defend and protect us,’ Alfred Wiah told The New Dawn. ‘To see them act in such manner is unacceptable and we’ll never allow the government come to bury any longer.’
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  1. Anonymous

    August 30, 2014 at 8:08 am

    First of all,they aint supposed 2 b buried,they re 2 b cremated,2ndly their graves should b deeper than 6ft if they want to bury them. Its a pity




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