2 asylum-seeking Saudi women found dead in the United States | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

2 asylum-seeking Saudi women found dead in the United States

The New York Police Department (NYPD) is investigating the deaths of two Saudi sisters after discovering the bodies of both young women washed up on the Hudson River bank last week.

According to The Guardian, the corpses of Tala, 16, and her sister Rotana Farea, 22, were found on the river bank on October 24, bound to each other by a duct tape, more than 360 kilometres away from their residence in the city of Fairfax, Virginia.

Tala and Rotana have gone missing since August. However, the girls’ mother told the investigators who were looking into the case, the day before discovering the bodies, that an official in the Embassy of Saudi Arabia contacted her and ordered the family to return to the kingdom because her daughters had sought political asylum in the United States.

As such, investigators revealed yesterday that they were still unable to determine the cause of the two sisters’ demise. The girls’ bodies, which carried no sign of violence, were fully clothed and bound to face each other, reported The Guardian.

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