Ate ni Christine Silawan, nag-react sa mga nang-bastos sa photos ng kapatid niya

Ate ni Christine Silawan, nag-react sa mga nang-bastos sa photos ng kapatid niya

- Photos of Christine Silawan’s remains surfaced online

- Some internet trolls made fun of the images by making memes

- Christine’s older sister sent a message to these trolls

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The photos of the remains of Christine Silawan broke the hearts of many Filipinos. However, the pictures have been used by several online trolls to make memes.

KAMI learned that Christine’s older sister, Lousiline Silawan, broke her silence about this issue.

According to Sunstar and Yahoo Philippines (Authored by Flor Querubin of Superbalita Cebu with JGS), Louisiline urged these internet trolls to stop making fun of her late sister’s pictures.

“It's very painful for us. Not only are we grieving for the loss of a family member, these people have the nerve to make fun of her images. Please stop it,” the grieving sister said in Cebuano.

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KAMI reported earlier that the doctor who examined Christine’s remains revealed that several internal organs were missing from her body.

The girl was found dead in Cebu with her face skinned off. Authorities are still looking for the suspect or suspects for the terrible crime.

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