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Construction workers place the skeletal remains dug up inside the Department of Justice compound. INQUIRER.net/TETCH TORRES




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Skeletal remains found in DoJ compound

By Tetch Torres
INQUIRER.net
First Posted 19:09:00 02/04/2009

Filed Under: history, Archaeology

MANILA, Philippines?The Department of Justice (DoJ) has skeletons though not in the closet but in its compound.

Skeletal remains were dug up about at a construction site inside the DoJ compound, said Edgar Jalata, the justice department?s administrative aide.

But Jalata could not say how they got there.

DoJ Information Chief Alex Lactao tried to provide a possible explanation, saying the area was an execution site during World War II.

The skeletal remains will be turned over to the National Bureau of Investigation.



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