The family of Jeannah Danys Dinabongho Ibouanga, a university student whose mystery of death in Karabük still has not been solved, came to Turkey from Gabon and demanded the amount of 6 thousand dollars required for an autopsy to be done for the second time from the Gabon Emby. The emby responded negatively to the family’s request. The family, whose financial situation was bad, could not autopsy their daughter for the second time. The family’s lawyer, Kerim Bahadır Şeker, reacted to the situation by saying, “Our attempt to enlighten a girl’s bullying has been cast a shadow.”
Release: 10:56 – May 17, 2023 Updated:
On March 26, at the Yeşilköy location of the Filyos Stream, the teams that came to the region with the notice of the train driver found the lifeless body of Jeannah Danys Dinabongho Ibouanga in the stream. After the suspicious death, the police launched an investigation.
Camera footage emerged where Dina, who had some bruises on her body, received messages requesting intercourse in return for money, and ran barefoot with the audio recordings she told her mother she wanted to go from Karabük.
Examining the security camera footage, the teams found that Dinabongho ran to the bush area after getting out of the car on the main road, and after a while, the car returned and the driver proceeded to the bush area.
Within the scope of the investigation, 8 people, 3 of whom are Gabon nationals, were detained. Five of the suspects were released after the prosecution questioned. One of the suspects referred to the court, İ.Ç. with S.C. While he was released on condition of judicial control, Dursun A., who was detained and released 4 times, was arrested.
The death of the young girl has still not been clarified. Dina’s body was sent from Karabük to Istanbul Forensic Medicine Institute due to insufficient cooling. Kerim Bahadır Şeker, who came to the Istanbul Forensic Medicine Institute with the family, stated that the Ankara Emby of the Republic of Gabon and the lawyer of the family, stated that an autopsy report should be obtained for the second time.
Dina’s parents, who came to Turkey from Gabon, demanded the amount of 6 thousand dollars required for a second autopsy from the Gabon Emby through a lawyer. The emby responded negatively to the family’s request. The family, whose financial situation was bad, could not autopsy for the second time for their daughter.
OUR LIGHTHOLD ATTEMPT IS SHADED
Kerim Bahadır Şeker, who stated that they received approval from the Ankara Emby of the Republic of Gabon for the re-autopsy, said, “After the Ankara Emby of the Republic of Gabon heard the opinion of the 6 thousand dollar forensic report given to us regarding the preparation of the report, they said that we will not have the report prepared. Unfortunately, although we will do our best to shed light on the bullying that a 17-year-old girl has suffered from day one, this behavior, this indifference leaves us with question marks as to whether $6,000 is worth more than a citizen. “Although we have repeatedly stated that the autopsy report is not sufficient, the report of the 1st Forensic Medicine Specialization Board is full of inaccuracies, and the issues that need to be stated have been left open, not only on this issue, but our attempt to shed light on this issue is now clouded,” he said.
NO STATE SHOULD LEAVE ITS CITIZEN IN SECOND
Stating that they aim for the law to be manifested for a girl who lost her life in a different country, Şeker said, “The efforts so far should continue as a citizen of the Republic of Gabon, both as the lawyer of the family and the emby, and as the family’s own daughters. No state should let any of its citizens down, especially for a forensic medical opinion report, for a figure that would not be contrary to reason and logic, such as $6,000. (DHA)
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