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Germans React to Murder
« on: April 25, 2007, 03:55:59 PM »
Published in the Bohol Chronicle

The German community in Bohol has appealed for justice to their slain fellow émigré Helmut Malinka and wife Eutiquia Missiona as both were laid to rest last Sunday at the Loboc Catholic Cemetery.

Members of the close-knit German community here all showed their full support to relatives of the couple and paid their last respects during the funeral rites at the Loboc Church.

German expatriate Hans Schoof, in an interview with the Chronicle during the funeral rites last Sunday, said his fellow Germans are appealing to the police authorities and Gov. Erico Aumentado for justice to the Malinkas.

While Schoof expressed his recognition to the efforts of the joint investigation of the police and the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI), he asked for the immediate resolution of the case and prosecute those who were responsible.

Schoof, who is actively involved in socio-cultural programs in Bohol, likewise appealed for the security and protection not only of German emigrants now residing here but also to other foreign expatriates.

Meanwhile, police are still pursuing leads to arrest other suspects who aided the couples' house help, Virginia Saluta, 41, in carrying out the crime. Saluta is now facing 2 counts of homicide and robbery charges filed last April 18 at the Provincial Prosecutor's Office and is presently detained at the Bohol Provincial Police Office (BPPO) in Camp Dagohoy, this city.

Bohol PNP Director SSupt. Edgardo Ingking told the Chronicle yesterday, that they are still awaiting results of laboratory tests of other physical evidences recovered at the couple's house which will solidify their case against Saluta which is scheduled for preliminary investigation on May 2 under Prosecutor Macario Delusa.

Gov. Aumentado and SSupt. Ingking assured the German embassy that the other suspects will be identified and prosecuted the soonest time possible.

The Malinkas were murdered early morning of April 13. Helmut was hogtied in his bedroom with 8 stab wounds with blunt lacerations to the head while Eutiquia was found in a separate bedroom also stabbed twice to the chest.

The house helper had claimed the robbers also tied her up before going after the couple. After having freed herself, she reported the incident to police.

Bloodstained clothes was recovered by police at the helper's quarters.

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