posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 03:03 PM
They said they found no external wounds where they assumed the wounds should be present. If they were placed there through the skin, as the report
suggests, and they were in his body long enough for his skin to heal and show no scars... then wouldn't he have received rather extreme internal
damage from having the needles in so long?
How long would it take a young boy to completely heal from that many entry points and scar tissue to the point where no entry wound is visible? It
should take quite a while, a long enough time to where the needles would have probably started killing him, I assume. Internal bleeding, continued
abrasion from the needles, organ tissue, etc. They are reported to be in his abdomen, which is rather complex and constantly in motion. So many
muscles. How did the needles not cause serious damage when they were in and around his abdomen, if they were in fact in there long enough for
his scar tissue to completely heal... ?
Either the story is false, or by some miracle the boy survived some rather sinister torture... or something else?