The bodies of journalists Facely Camara and Molou Chérif were found in a septic tank in Womé, in south-eastern Guinea, along with the body of a technician and the bodies of health care workers who had been distributing information about the Ebola virus. They reportedly disappeared on Sept. 16, 2014 after coming under attack by local villagers, and some of the bodies’ throats were slit. Camara was a reporting intern with Radio Liberté FM. Chérif worked for a community radio station in the town of Nzérékoré along with the technician, Sidiki Sidibé.