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He Wore A Black Short & A Collared Shirt

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A cadaver, in advance decomposition, was found by some playing children yesterday morning—May 11, in a river separating the barangays of Mercedes, Culianan and Pasobolong, the East Coast. The same kids were on their excursion, as the usual comes any Sunday, so that every time they passed the place, they could accordingly smell an awful odor. But they always ignored it, well until yesterday. Their curiosity to know the source of the smell had led them to discover the dead body.

Right away, the police were called to make the initial investigation. The gender of the body was already beyond recognition, that probably due to the intervention of the elements around. The daily heat of the sun and the flow of the water in the place had definitely helped for the speedy decomposition of the body.

The possible identification were only the cloth which the body wore, maybe on the day that he/she died or was even killed—the victim wore a black short and a collared white shirt. After the police work, the authorities had also turned over the cadaver to a funeral parlor for its proper repose, because the latter did as well deserve a natural sanctity.

Despite that recognition of the person’s identity was pretty impossible already, the police were very careful in their professional work. The discovered body, by all means, did also have a family of his/her own who certainly have sought for him/her since the day that he/she was lost. Anyways, Barangay eMedia would like also to help find the pieces of the mystery of this poor soul.

Any families in the City who may have a missing loved-one and then befits to the description of the attire of the person, you may coordinate to Barangay eMedia or straight to the Sangali Police Station. As of the moment, even the authorities cannot give the public a clear-cut answer to the reason of the death of the cadaver—whether or not he was killed.

But with regards to some history in our City, illegal drugs are still very rampant all over, so that there are those who are involved in such illegal trade sometimes kill each other for many undisclosed reason to the public which only them do also know. Thus, it leaves us all in total limbo.

The underground world of the illegal drugs is extremely dangerous. People in their circle play serious things—such always involves even the cost of their own lives. Albeit, all we can have, as of this moment, are mere speculations. Whew! Admittedly, the story of the person is very pitiful, simply because he does not have any person—at the moment, to testify for his disappearance and eventual death.

The curious kids were also disturbed after their discovery, that some of them did not anymore continue their weekend break. Maybe because they too were also scared, in the process; whereas their parents were also concerned because the place to where the cadaver was found is already a pretty solitary place, so that any atrocity to happen cannot just be seen or be heard by any immediate neighbor or passing people around.

Anyways, news like this is easily discarded by our authorities as something quite remote. They may tell the general public that Zamboanga City is after all generally peaceful. However, they cannot stop the people to begin to worry, especially because the identity and the reason of the death of the dead person remain to be uncertain up to now. These two stuff are crucial information which can make the Zamboangueño people to fully calm.

“Hear, O sons, a father’s instruction, and be attentive, that you may gain insight, for I give you good precepts; do not forsake my teaching. When I was a son with my father, tender, the only one in the sight of my mother, he taught me and said to me, ‘Let your heart hold fast my words; keep my commandments, and live.”’ (Prov. 4:1-4, ESV)

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