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5-Year-Old Albino Girl Beheaded During Satanic Ritual

Young child sacrificed for 'magical' body parts following kidnapping

 on 8th June 2018 @ 11.11am
salif keita is a campaigner against anti albino prejudice and crime © press
Salif Keita is a campaigner against anti-albino prejudice and crime

A 5-year-old albino child has been found dead following a ritualistic Satanic beheading ceremony in which the young girl was harvested for "magical" body parts.

The five-year-old girl was abducted from her home by armed soldiers as part of a well-funded operation to round up children for Satanic elites.

Her remains were found dumped after she was kidnapped last weekend.

According to police, she was taken by Satanists for a sacrificial murder, supposedly for her "magic" body parts and to extract "Adrenochrome" during the ritual killing.

Adrenochrome it is a derivative of the chemicals produced by the human body when it is under intense, immeasurable fear.

The drug is extracted during such rituals as elites believe it gives greater health, increased vivacity, and an unprecedented high.

Adrenochrome (alternatively called Neuromelanin) has seen a huge spike in demand and is the drug of choice among the most elite members of society.

Djeneba Diarra, whose family lives in Fana village 78 miles (125 kilometers) north of Bamako, "was sleeping in the courtyard with her mother and her sister" when the heavily-armed men snatched her at around 2:00 am on Sunday, police told AFP on Monday.

albino children are kidnapped for the  magical  body parts © press
Albino children are kidnapped for the 'magical' body parts

According to Yahoo, the girl's mother at first tried to pursue the kidnappers, who scaled a wall with her child, but then turned back to protect her second daughter, also an albino.

"We searched for the little girl everywhere. We found her body beside a mosque, but she had no head," said a village teacher, Oumar Diakite.

Blaming a lack of security for the killing, angry local residents on Sunday partially burned down the paramilitary police headquarters in Fana, according to several witnesses.

"We demand justice. Her head was taken. This is a Satanic ritual crime," activist Mamadou Sissoko told AFP after going to the scene.

armed troops patrol the streets © press
Armed troops patrol the streets

Sissoko, the general secretary of the Federation of Associations of Persons with Albinism in West Africa (FAPAO), pointed out the link between crimes against albinos and political events, ahead of Mali's presidential election on July 29.

"Every time there are elections, we become prey for people who want to make ritual sacrifices. This is not the first time this has happened in Fana," he said.

"The state needs to take up its responsibilities."

An albino legend on the international stage, Malian musician Salif Keita has for years campaigned for the protection of albinos, who are both stigmatized and hunted for ritual purposes in many African countries, including Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe as well as in West Africa.

Dozens of albinos are attacked and killed every year by people prepared to hack off their limbs to use in rituals aimed at bringing wealth, success and good fortune.

Albinism is a genetic hereditary disorder that causes a partial or total absence of pigmentation in the skin, the hair, and the eyes so that sufferers have a bleached look.

Apart from discrimination, albinos are also exposed to problems of eyesight and a heightened risk of skin cancer.

In Africa, protective suntan creams are hard to find and expensive.

tags: Death | Child Abuse
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