THERE is no evidence to suggest that the internal organs of Andera Bharatt were removed.
This according to Police Commissioner Gary Griffith in a release on Saturday after videos circulating on social media suggested that Bharatt’s organs were removed from her body.
At least two viral videos with different people made this assertion.
A release by the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) stated, “The CoP says that based on a preliminary report from the investigators who were on the scene when the body was found, there is no evidence that any organs of the person were removed.
“He said a full report on the circumstances surrounding the death of the person will be given after a post-mortem is conducted.
“Commissioner Griffith says that once again, persons on social media have gone out of their way to cause further trauma and distress to a family grieving for the loss of a loved one.
“The CoP is again advising social media to be careful what they post, especially when the post is inaccurate. Such posts, he says, cause more pain for family members who still do not know how the victim died.”
Bharath’s body was found down a precipice in the Heights of Aripo on Thursday after she was last seen jumping into a taxi to get home with a colleague on January 29, after work at the Arima Magistrates’ Court.