City Health Officer sinabing posibleng buwan bago maagnas isang bangkay kaugnay sa kaso ni Jovelyn Galleno

City Health Officer sinabing posibleng buwan bago maagnas isang bangkay kaugnay sa kaso ni Jovelyn Galleno

- City Health Officer Dr. Ric Panganiban granted an interview with Radyo Bandera Philippines

- The doctor stated his opinion in relation to the disappearance of 23-year-old Jovelyn Galleno

- Police officers recently unearthed skeletons in an area that was pointed by one of the suspects himself

- According to Panganiban, it is possible that the corpse will reach a month or year before the corpse will decay

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Dr. Ric Panganiban, the City Health Officer, gave his opinion on the skeleton that was discovered in the area where one of the suspects in the Jovelyn Galleno case pointed.

Jovelyn Galleno
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According to the CHO, it would take a month or a year before the corpse will decompose and become a skeleton.

There are also other factors that will affect the state of decomposition of a corpse, which according to him, would also depend on the place where it was found.

The doctor said that if just for three weeks from the time of death, then there would still be some sort of smell and there would still be something left sticking on the bones.

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Another health officer, medicolegal Dr. Eunice Herrera had doubts whether it was Jovelyn because for her, she has conducted numerous autopsies and she has not encountered a case where the corpse turned into bones within two weeks.

Jovelyn Gallano is a 22-year-old employee working in a mall in Palawan. She went missing on August 5. According to her sister, her employer said that Jovelyn already signed out from her work around 6:30 p.m. on that day. She was still able to chat to her sister but she wasn’t able to go home anymore.

The family of Leobert Dasmariñas, one of the two suspects in the Jovelyn Galleno case, has given their statement in an interview about their kin’s admission of the purported crime. According to his mother, while she wouldn’t immediately dismiss as untrue the admission of Leobert, she doesn’t feel the “impact” of the allegations made being the mother of the suspect. The suspect’s younger sister, on the other hand, said she can’t believe the allegations because she knew her “kuya” well. Recently, a skull and skeleton, purportedly belonging to Jovelyn, were discovered by the police right in the location where Dasmariñas said they abandoned the body.

Remains that allegedly belong to Jovelyn were found by the police. According to the police, the skull and bones discovered will undergo DNA testing to confirm if they belong to Jovelyn. One of the two suspects in the disappearance of Jovelyn was the one who showed the location of the bones to the police. The suspects, who are reportedly relatives of the missing woman, allegedly committed the crime because one of them was attracted to Jovelyn.

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Source: KAMI.com.gh

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