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Japanese national found dead in Lapu-Lapu City
By Jose P. Sollano/FPL (The Freeman) Updated July 13, 2011 12:00 AM
CEBU,Philippines - A 76-year-old Japanese was found dead inside his rentedhouse in Barangay Agus, Lapu-Lapu City yesterday morning with anelectrical cord tied around his neck and an open wound in the forehead.
Takao Ukena’s body was discovered by his helper, Manilie CanayangParacueles, at 7:45 a.m. when the latter went inside to clean the roomof the victim.
Paracueles told the police that she last saw Ukena watchingtelevision at 6:30 p.m. Monday before she left the house. Paracuelessaid the victim is living alone in the house as she only comes duringday time.
Lapu-Lapu City police investigators are looking at the possibilityof foul play in Ukena’s death. Police Officer 2 Jolin Carolo Jocitanand PO1 Franklin Bulaguia believe that somebody may have entered thehouse and killed the victim.
The police suspect that the open wound in the forehead may have beencaused by a blunt object but they could not confirm it pending theresult of the autopsy.
Police investigators said robbery may not also be a motive since there was nothing stolen from the house.
CASE UNSOLVED AFTER 2 DAYS PNP AUTHORITY COMMENTED IN LIEU OF THEIR INVESTIGATION:
Task force to probe death of Japanese
By Jose P. Sollano (The Freeman) Updated July 15, 2011 12:00 AM
CEBU,Philippines - The Lapu-Lapu City Police Office has created "Task ForceUkena" to focus on the investigation of the death of a Japanesenational inside his rented house at a subdivision in barangay Agus.
Lapu-Lapu City police chief Senior Superintendent AnthonyObenza said the task force will focus on the death of Ukena Takao andgather more evidence and identify the persons behind his death.
The results of the autopsy report showed that the cause of the death was asphyxia by strangulation.
The family of Takao and a Japanese consul visited the Lapu-Lapu City Police Office to ask for details of the investigation.
The police believe that Rogelio Paracuellas, the husband of the caretaker of Ukena, is not involved in Takao's death.
But Police investigators said they will invite Paracuellas and his wife to shed light on the incident.
The dead body of Ukena was found inside his room with an electric wire around his neck.
The Japanese wallet and other valuables were reported missing, police said.
Police are talking with security guards of KB Subdivision in barangay Agus and reviewing CCTV cameras.
The dead body of Ukena still lies at the Cebu Rolling Hills Memorial Chapel in Mandaue City. - THE FREEMAN
Psychic Comment to the Incident:
In reference to the investigation done and continuosly underwent by the Philippine National Police of the case, very low substance seen in favor of the japanese victim. As the deceased holds the right to sought for justice, procedural matters in quest for the killers need to be sophisticated.
The judicial system in the Philippines has a turtle dock type of implementing the laws, crawling to the most negletion until when it is seen by National Eye movers, where rapid action is undertaken. Some needs bribery to facilitate fast solution to the crime, others need to pat their back before it can be solved.
In this case, the psychic has no vision for a concrete & heavy physical evidence, nor in neither way of any type of high definition technique leading to target the criminals. As it was stated in their first report where such incident robbery was not the inclined motive since no valuables found missing, it contradicted the second report where wallet & valuables were reportedly missing. In contrast however, there is no certainties but inconsistently reported & belied the bottomline of the bloody scenario.
For this case, allowing the psychic for a post mortem adventum dei rituo procedural rites, where the spirit of the victim will be called upon to the plenary of justice, to possibly rule out through his direct spiritual confession shall be held profess on the next issue after 72 hours. (to be continued for the second part....THE SPIRITUAL TRIAL)
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