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This report and a third final report in August 25, 2005, this one stating there was no proof that Abhaya had been murdered. The Crime Branch alleged five serious accusations against local police, Kerala police and others involved with the investigation: On 17 July 2009, the guilty parties were finally charged with murder, defamation and destruction of evidence.
Their only immediate suspects were two men and one woman of the cloth. You don’t go around throwing out allegations about holy people without rock solid evidence. Although the good doctor found abrasions on the nun’s right shoulder and hip, and two small lacerations above the right ear, he stated in his medical report that Abhaya had drowned. Abhaya hadn’t been dead when the three dropped her into the well.
Sixty-seven nuns at the convent were unconvinced that happy, peaceful Abhaya had killed herself.
This one is especially disturbing since both killer and victim weren’t priests but nuns working in a hostel for the homeless. Sister Abhaya was a youthful 19-year-old Roman Catholic nun, very devoted to her religion. None of the three bothered to remove the water bottle Abhaya had dropped on the kitchen floor, one of her slippers that was found under the refrigerator, ot its pair, that lay beside the convent well. After a brief search, police figured out where her body was and by a.m, the fire department was called in to retrieve it from the well. I forgot to mention that Sephy had decided to dispose of Abhaya after the young nun caught her and her two accomplices in “.” Tsk, tsk. As weird as that sounds, the nun almost got away with it.
Worse, due to a sloppy post-mortem investigation and destruction of evidence by investigating parties, the killer nearly got away with it…. I suppose they were a little too distracted to clean up the crime scene. Can you imagine this poor young woman’s limp, motionless body, dripping water and thoroughly soaked, as it was lifted out of the well? The Church has really got to re-think its celibacy vow.
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The three accused said they were not physically tortured, but were mentally harassed. Augustine, the Assistant Sub Inspector who prepared the First Information Report during the initial case investigation, committed suicide by cutting the artery on his wrist and taking poison. In his personal diary, Augustine wrote about how he was pressured by CBI to say that police officers had influenced him.
We’ve heard a lot about Roman Catholic priests molesting little boys but there have been sinister murders in the Church in the 20th Century that haven’t garnered as much attention. The killer, another nun named Sister Sephy, enlisted the help of two priests, Father Thomas Kottur, and Father Jose Puthurukkayil to remove Abhaya’s body from the kitchen and drop it down a well on the hostel property. She worried that Abhaya would report her misdeeds so she reasoned killing her was the only way around the problem.Sister Sephy said that she was forcibly subjected to medical examination. He had recorded that Abhaya could have seen something “objectionable” in the dining room and could have been silenced.Overall I suspect it was the Catholic Church Council who implored the CBI to destroy evidence and cover up the murder. As of this writing, I don’t know what the sentence was for Abhaya’s killers. Anujka de Poshonja (Anna Pistova, Banat Witch, Anuka Dee), earned the dubious title of The Witch of Vladimirovac, of Panchova, Banat, present-day Siberia. It took that long for police and the public to put two and two together and come up with deadly Love Potion No. Anna’s tragic tale began decades before she went on trial.Anna outlived 10 of her 11 children and her husband. A murderous woman, skillful with venomous herbs, who outlived her family. After her husband’s death, Anna built a laboratory onto her house and made what she insisted were remedies for diseases.Some of her herbal potions were probably as effective as Herbal Magic (TM).Then on 9 July 1999, the CBI issued a second final report stating that Abhaya’s death was a homicide, but as of that time, the identity of the perpetrators was unknown.