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2 minors accused of digging up, abusing corpse of 83-year-old woman

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Oct. 03, 19 | 5:53 pm

The corpse of an 83-year-old woman in Digos City was dug up and was suspected to have been abused.

Relatives of Isabel Bastatas suspected that the body was abused since she no longer had an underwear, a report by GMA News’ “Saksi” said.

The cadaver was already in crossed legs when found unearthed, the report said.

Two teenagers were arrested by police in a follow-up operation after they were identified by a witness as the ones who exhumed the cadaver.

Lt. Ernesto Castillo, chief of Digos Police, said in a report that the two teenagers may have suspected that some valuables were buried together with the corpse.

Police could not determine yet if the corpse was really abused.

Initially, the two teenagers admitted abusing the cadaver but recanted later.

One of the minors said they were forced by the police to admit the accusations against them.

Digos City Mayor Josef Cagas has ordered to have the two undergo reformation program.

The two teenagers have been turned over to the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).

The family of Bastatas is planning to file charges against the parents of the two teenagers.

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