JOVELYN GALLENO CASE – Sepulturero Gives Opinion on Alleged Remains of Missing Lady

Here’s the opinion of a sepulturero on the alleged remains of Jovelyn Galleno

JOVELYN GALLENO CASE – A sepulturero or cemetery caretaker gave his opinion about the remains found in Palawan which are believed to be of the missing lady.

Jovelyn Galleno
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It was just recently when the alleged remains of Galleno, the woman who went missing in Palawan after entering Robinsons Mall, were found.

The alleged remains of Galleno were found in Purok Pulang Lupa Bgy. Sta. Lourdes, Puerto Princesa. Her mother verified that the identification cards found at the crime scene belongs to the victim.

But some netizens suggest having DNA testing to confirm the remains found were of Galleno.

A lot of experts including Doc. Eunice Herrera, a medicolegal officer of Puerto Princesa, shared their opinion about the matter.

According to her, body decomposition may take a lot of time and process given the weather condition and other factors.

Another expert also gave her opinion about the said remains which belong to Galleno.

In a Facebook post, Dr. Fi Atencio of the City Health Department shared in detail the stages of decomposition before the corpse ends up being a skeleton.

Meanwhile, a sepulturero or cemetery caretaker in Palawan gave his opinion about the remains found alleged to be Galleno.

In an interview with Radyo Bandera Philippines, the reporter first told Jerry Tabang, a caretaker at the Puerto Princesa City Cemetery about the bones since he has not seen them.

“Medyo maitim na siya…” reporter said.

The sepulturero replied: “Kung ganun status po nun, matagal na po yon. Kasi pag bago lang namatay, mga isang buwan o dalawa, malansa pa yan at saka may laman-laman pang natitira yan,”

He added: “Itong utak, yung utak natin, parang gatas yan eh, yung utak natin ang pinakamalansa,” he said. “Kung may formalin, maputi pa rin siya.”

The reporter explained that the area where the bones were found is forested and it is possible that the corpse was eaten by some wild animals.

But the sepulturero stressed: “Sir, kahit kainin pa ng bayawak, yung utak, hindi basta maano yun sa loob ng bungo.”

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