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Court told of headless Filipina corpse discovery in Abu Dhabi

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Apr. 30, 17 | 1:43 pm

The Abu Dhabi Criminal Court of First Instance heard this week how the corpse of a Filipina household service worker (HSW) was found in a Dubai desert, the Khaleej Times reported.

The prosecution witness, the Deputy Director of the CID at Dubai Police, reportedly told the court that the body was discovered in “a very deserted place in Al Warqa’a on Academy City Road in September last year.”

The court “heard that the Filipino butcher had killed his aunt in Musaffah area of Abu Dhabi over a debt of Dh10,000, which she had lent him to arrange his travel to the UAE for work,” the online report said.

“The murder was discovered on May 27, 2016 when a Dubai Municipality cleaner informed the police about finding a headless body in a highly decomposed state,” the report added.

The witness also told the court that the suspect admitted during the course of the investigation that the man charged admitted to killing the Filipina woman.

“The headless body of the woman was found under a tree and in a very quiet place where there were no passers-by,” the officer was quoted as saying.

“I rushed to the scene after getting information about a highly decomposed body that has been discovered in the desert. The investigation team removed the body and it was taken for forensic examination,” the witness said.

Narrating the arrest, he said: “And through our secret sources after the investigation team identified the murdered woman, police obtained permission and arrested the man suspected of killing the woman.”

“We arrested the suspect from his residence in Abu Hail area of Dubai,” he added.

The man charged with murder was said to have dumped body parts in Dubai and Ajman desert areas.

“The headless body of the woman was found under a tree and in a very quiet place,” the report said.

The woman-victim was identified Manormeeta Salwaro Dadi, who reportedly worked as a household service worker for a family in Abu Dhabi.

The suspect was arrested three months after the murder.

“He said he had convinced the woman to get into the car and then drove her to a deserted area in Musaffah area as the pair argued over the money,” said the witness of the suspect.

“He said he stabbed her multiple times in different parts of her body until the woman died,” he added.

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