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Misis kinatay ng mister dahil sa matinding galit

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Mar. 13, 18 | 4:27 pm

MANILA: Isang 46-anyos na babae ang natagpuang pira-piraso ang katawan matapos katayin ng kanya mismong asawa dahil sa matinding pagkamuhi.

Putol ang mga kamay, paa, at binti ng Pinay na si Heidi Estrera nang datnan sya ng pulisya sa Quezon City, ayon sa ulat ng GMA News.

Ayon sa pulisya, pinitpit rin ang ulo at tinanggal ang mga dibdib at lamang-loob ng biktima.

Nang makapanayam ang asawa ng Pinay, sinabi nitong matinding pagkamuhi ang dahilan kung bakit nya nagawa ang malagim na krimen sa misis. Ayon sa kanya, parang ‘hayop’ ang turing ng misis sa kanya.
“Inu-under da saya [nya ako] tapos yung turing [nya sa akin] parang aso na bagong panganak palagi. Parang buryong na buryong na ako sa sarili ko,” pahayag ng suspek na si Orlando Estrera.

“Siya laging gustong masunod. Di ako maka-suggest man lang sa kanya. Masasaktan ka pa sa maririnig mo sa kung anu-anong pinagsasasabi sakin na pang-didiin sakin at pangduduro sakin,” dagdag ng lalaki.

At bagama’t napatay nya ang asawa, wala raw syang nararamdamang pagsisisi.

Gulat na gulat naman ang mga kapitbahay ng mag-asawa nang madiskubre ang ilang parte ng katawan ng biktima na pakalat-kalat malapit sa kanilang bahay.

Kakasuhan ng parricide ang suspek at iimbestigahan kung may sakit ito sa pag-iisip.

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