For some strange reason … he kept his mother’s body in the house for 30 years

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A cleaning company employee found her inside a rubber barrel

South Korean police are investigating an elderly man accused of keeping his mother’s body in his home for 3 decades after her death.

The 80-year-old son, who lives in Dongdaemun district, east of the capital, Seoul, admitted that he kept what he claims to be the body of his mother, who died about 30 years ago, in a rubber barrel on the roof of a multi-storey residential building, according to Russia Today.

The man reportedly told investigators that he lived with his deceased mother for a long time because of his deep love for her.

Police investigations began on February 10, when an employee of a cleaning company found a body believed to have been neglected for a long time inside a rubber barrel .. Reportedly, the body, wrapped in white tissue, had turned into an organic substance resembling wax.

Investigators believe the man’s confession is close to the truth, but they asked the National Forensic Service to conduct a DNA test to confirm the link between him and the remains of this body.

Police are reportedly considering whether to apply the abandonment charge to the accident, despite the expiration of the seven-year statute of limitations.

The multi-storey apartment building was reportedly owned by the man’s family.

The man is currently staying in a nursing home due to dementia, according to his family, who said they are planning to hold a funeral for the man’s mother once the investigation is complete.

For some strange reason … he kept his mother’s body in the house for 30 years

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South Korean police are investigating an elderly man accused of keeping his mother’s body in his home for 3 decades after her death.

The 80-year-old son, who lives in Dongdaemun district, east of the capital, Seoul, admitted that he kept what he claims is the body of his mother, who died about 30 years ago, in a rubber barrel on the roof of a multi-storey residential building, according to Russia Today.

The man reportedly told investigators that he lived with his deceased mother for a long time because of his deep love for her.

Police investigations began on February 10, when an employee of a cleaning company found a body believed to have been neglected for a long time inside a rubber barrel .. Reportedly, the body, wrapped in white tissue, had turned into an organic substance resembling wax.

Investigators believe the man’s confession is close to the truth, but they asked the National Forensic Service to conduct a DNA test to confirm the link between him and the remains of this body.

Police are reportedly considering whether to apply the abandonment charge to the accident, despite the expiration of the seven-year statute of limitations.

The multi-storey apartment building was reportedly owned by the man’s family.

The man is currently staying in a nursing home due to dementia, according to his family, who said they are planning to hold a funeral for the man’s mother once the investigation is complete.

February 20, 2021 – Rajab 8, 1442

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A cleaning company employee found her inside a rubber barrel

South Korean police are investigating an elderly man accused of keeping his mother’s body in his home for 3 decades after her death.

The 80-year-old son, who lives in Dongdaemun district, east of the capital, Seoul, admitted that he kept what he claims is the body of his mother, who died about 30 years ago, in a rubber barrel on the roof of a multi-storey residential building, according to Russia Today.

The man reportedly told investigators that he had lived with his deceased mother for a long time because of his deep love for her.

Police investigations began on February 10, when an employee of a cleaning company found a body believed to have been neglected for a long time inside a rubber barrel .. Reportedly, the body, wrapped in white tissue, had turned into an organic substance resembling wax.

Investigators believe the man’s confession is close to the truth, but they asked the National Forensic Service to conduct a DNA test to confirm the link between him and the remains of this body.

Police are reportedly considering whether to apply the abandonment charge to the accident, despite the expiration of the seven-year statute of limitations.

The multi-storey apartment building was reportedly owned by the man’s family.

The man is currently staying in a nursing home due to dementia, according to his family, which said it plans to hold a funeral for the man’s mother once the investigation is complete.





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