a horrible thing happened to a senior girl in our neighboring school
November 28, 2011 9:04am CST
the thing is ,several days ago,the girl who looking for job was cheated by a professional criminal group.she was spiked with some medicine ,then blacked out.the criminals got her kidneys out of her body in exchange for money,and threw her corpes to a grassground suburban.the families of the girl came to the college with a signboard saying'give my daughter back',but the school failed to give some info to outside public,and the criminals are still at large ,which means we girls can't hang out after 8:00pm without boys around. the city ,Wuhan, where i grow up ,is the biggest city in mid-china ranking the 3rd of the number of colleges.and i grow up in downtown of Wuhan,i live a more safe and stable life. but with the development of expanding school-area and the number of colleges, many colleges are in the suburban of Wuhan where accidents happens often for the lack of police management.as senior girls are immature to the complex society and filled with job hunting pressure,they 're easier to be in a setup.the recent number of college-students-cheated are 53( the majority of them were dead),and it's inceasing. everytime i go home to visit my parents,they always remind me of safety thing.I think patrols should be put more in our city,the schools and government should pay more attention to our college students' safety.what do you think? what else could we do?anything happen in your area?
• United States
28 Nov 11
This is so tragic. And horrifying as well. Thinking about the family of that girl makes me cry. Your government should really pay focus on this matter. Its so serious. I hope they take steps to assure proper security to the feminine part of your nation. Apart from that, it might sound childish, but seriously, you guys should keep a small bottle of pepper spray with you all the time.
29 Nov 11
I was very naive at all when I was a child there are many issues that there are many children who are arrested and taken an early age without a trace. Children are vulnerable victims and issues often make children more scared. Along with the increasing advance of an area, in my opinion, there is a small percentage of people who are not happy with the progress of an area and they are deliberately making propaganda that is not clear, the issue that is not true. Thus, the impact of the events that made ??it not only became more advanced and experienced setbacks.
• United States
29 Nov 11
It is really horrified to hear such sad news. It might happen elsewhere besides China I believe. I had been to Wuhan this April, and I have to admit, it is a fast growing city, with a lot of skyscraper building standing out, it will out pace Guangdong someday I believe. I hope that local authority will take this matter seriously, and put more force to ensure the safety of local students.
30 Nov 11
you've been here!well,it's a late welcome. it's really fast growing,subwayslines and roads are now under building,traffic jam is everywhere through downtown nearby.besides the kidney thing ,the traffic accidents,robbery thing ,cheating thing has been reported by daily newspaper very often recent years.i really hope more force or patrols will be put in the area where there's many colleges .
28 Nov 11
I am afraid there is not much you can do to prefent this. If those kind of people want a kidney or something else they will always find a way to get it. One way or an other. I also can't say it's the girls fault (accepting a drink) or the schools or the parents. I don't think these kinds of things would easily happen over here. Although I must say our government is very active in "collecting" organs (want to change the law if you don't sign they will automatically take out your organs if you die!). If this is happening more frequently in your country I wonder what the reason is. Are or were there people (poor people) willing to give away a kidney for money? Was that allowed? Can this be the reason that there is a group of people now taking what they want without any hesitation and with violence. I don't think the government can watch every student. Mostly students are hard to watch (growing up, drinking, partying, stubborn, knowing it all better, have to find their own way) besides of the fact that if you lock up all students those kind of people will find other victims. I think it has to do with some laws (or no laws and rights) that make these kind of horrible violece possible.
29 Nov 11
you're right,if those really want a kidney,they will find whatever a way,they 'll find other victims if students be locked up. the law ,i realized it's very important.the law in your country is much better.in my country,if you don't sign to donate your organs,that means you won't give away anything. people,even poor people,won't willing to give away kidney for money,unless if their parents or children need this for a life. but there're still a number of people who are suffering kidney problem waiting for a proper kidney to transplant,so those criminals are willing to do the business with the patients or even doctors in some hospitals!