Nepalese Father Confesses To Luring Poor Child with Food and then Murdered Him

125px-Flag_of_Nepal.svgWe have yet another horrific account of a primitive practice leading to the murder of an innocent person. The latest scandal occurred in Nepal Kodai Harijan, a father, admitted that he lured a poor child with a pack of biscuits and 49 cents. He then murdered the 10-year-old child on the alleged advice of a shaman who told him that the death would heal his ailing son.

Jivian Kohar, 10, was found playing with friends in the village and promised the food and money. He was then taken to a temple on the outskirts of the village where the father and other men performed a religious ritual. He was then taken to a field nearby where three people held him down as another slit his throat. His head was almost completely cut off when police found his body.

The village is the home of so called “untouchables” in Nepal — the lowest paid and most abusive sect in the culture. It is also the least educated.

As the father of four, I can see wanting to do anything for one of my children. However, the idea of sacrificing an innocent body to help my son is unthinkable. Yet a group of men followed the advice of this shaman.

143 thoughts on “Nepalese Father Confesses To Luring Poor Child with Food and then Murdered Him”

  1. Margaret Sanger founded planned parenthood. She has been praised by Hillary Clinton and her comrades, primarily in the Democratic party. In 1939, Sanger advocated the ” Negro Project”. She saw abortion and birth control as a way to “eliminate the Negro race and other undesirables.”. Sounds a bit like Hitler. Sanger’s quotes are easily found on Google and on YouTube.
    O brave new world that has such people in it……….

  2. “Parts is parts” was the line from a classic Wendy’s advertisement. Planned Parenthood is using it now.


    “Ethicists defend research despite Planned Parenthood controversy.

    Alta Charo, a professor of law and bioethics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, agreed that the controversy over the videos is entirely about the politics of abortion, and not about research.

    “Fetal tissue research has repeatedly served as a tool for those opposed to abortion rights,” she wrote in an email discussing the videos. “The imagery can be viscerally disturbing, as would any imagery of surgery or human tissue remaining after surgery.

    Research using fetal tissue has had bipartisan support since the early 1990s, when Congress voted to fund it, Charo said.

    Dr. Steven Miles, a professor of medicine and bioethics at the University of Minnesota, said fetal-tissue research helps doctors save lives and treat prenatal complications.”


    “None of the videos released shows anything illegal and, in fact, the full footage of Planned Parenthood executives meeting with people presumed to be buyers for a human biologics company include repeated assertions that clinics are not selling tissue but only seeking permitted reimbursement costs for expenses. Indeed, the Colorado clinic featured in the videos refused to enter into a contract with the phony company because of its failure to meet its legal and ethical standards.

    No federal money is used by Planned Parenthood to provide abortions except in some rare exceptions. So cutting off government funds, mostly through Medicaid and grants, would only hurt the thousands of people, most of them low-income women, who each day depend upon Planned Parenthood for birth control, cancer screenings, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections and other health services. Given that many of the clinics are in medically underserved areas, it’s a myth, as Republicans claim, that other providers can fill the gap. Shutting down clinics would make it harder for many women to obtain birth control — and the last thing either side of the abortion debate should want is an increase in unwanted pregnancies that result in more abortions.”


    “In a way, though, they also did us a favor. Many patients weren’t even aware that they could donate fetal tissue for research before these videos helpfully informed them about it. Donating fetal tissue contributes to invaluable scientific research that cannot be performed with other organ and tissue donations, but the stigma surrounding abortion has made it verboten topic — at the cost of medical advancements. In the midst of efforts to push back on these deceitful videos, we’re missing an opportunity to talk about how, and why, to donate fetal tissue to research. For those considering abortion or those who might need the procedure in the future, thinking ahead of time about the possibility of organ and tissue donation is a smart move, one akin to registering as an organ donor.

    Planned Parenthood facilities are one among many hospitals, tissue banks, and clinics that collect and store donated fetal tissue. All of them charge small fees for donated materials, as storage isn’t free, and securing facilities to maintain confidentiality costs money. These facilities all act as the third party between patients and the biomedical research firms that process donated tissue and make it available to researchers in either fresh or frozen state. Your donation could go into research that prevents miscarriages, helps treat abnormalities of fetal development, contributes to genetic therapies to treat conditions like Parkinson’s, and a variety of other medical advances.”
    Here is an example of a consent form to donate fetal tissue.

  6. Gigi, first, I am not a secular person, I am a Christian, a Presbyterian, which is actually none of your business. PP gets signatures from women who consent to donate their fetus’ remains.

    “Planned Parenthood, July 14: At several of our health centers, we help patients who want to donate tissue for scientific research, and we do this just like every other high-quality health care provider does — with full, appropriate consent from patients and under the highest ethical and legal standards. There is no financial benefit for tissue donation for either the patient or for Planned Parenthood. In some instances, actual costs, such as the cost to transport tissue to leading research centers, are reimbursed, which is standard across the medical field.

    In 1993, a law pertaining to federally funded NIH research was enacted that allows donation of fetal tissue from induced abortions if certain criteria are met. These include that the woman donating is not aware of the recipients of the tissue, and that the abortion timing, procedures or method itself would not be altered for the sole purpose of obtaining the tissue.

    The American Medical Association echoes this in its ethical guidelines on the issue: “Fetal tissue is not provided in exchange for financial remuneration above that which is necessary to cover reasonable expenses.””

    “Perhaps now is a good time to clear up a few of the untrue statements that are going around about this: No, Planned Parenthood doctors are not doing this without women’s consent. (See the consent form Planned Parenthood uses here.) No, Planned Parenthood affiliates are not profiting off aborted fetal tissue—the $30 to $100 Nucatola mentions in the video is what research firms typically reimburse clinics for the cost of storing, shipping and transporting it. No, Planned Parenthood is not breaking federal law against selling human body parts (which would require, you know, actually selling them).

  7. I. Annie:
    I didn’t read all your blog comments, but please tell me where is your evidence that the women consented to the selling the body parts? Or are your claims a cover up for your secular liberalism. Please give me the site.

  8. LOL! Should be “gig”. However he probably is god of the deep blue toilet bowl.

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