Body found at scene of fire

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SOURCE NEWSCO: A human body has been discovered among some rubble in Golden Grove. The discovery was made around 8:43 am on Wednesday 12, January.
The area was a scene of a fire earlier this week. The police are conducting further investigations.

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  1. The fire was on Monday, five persons were accounted for alive; now on Wednesday a body is ‘found’ in the rubble.
    Did none of the five persons know that their numbers should have been six?
    Was the sixth person trespassing?
    There seems to be more in the mortar than the pestle but I will wait to hear the outcome of the investigation?
    This is one time that I would hope that not only the police do a thorough job of investigation but also investigative journalists get busy asking questions, without interfering with the official investigation, it can be done, and a light be shone on this story.

  2. If all residences of burnt properties were accounted for. Where did this body come from? Who brought that body there? Check surveillance cameras if any were available at that time.

  3. Update on my observations on this distressing story.
    Why was the number of persons who resided in those residencies not reported on Monday?
    There could be a number of differing answers to that question.
    Was the question itself never posed to the shocked residents? Example: Are all your family members living in these establishments accounted for?
    In a later piece it has been reported that the burnt body was first thought to be that of an animal but on later and subsequent examination it was proven to be human.
    If the body was curled into a foetal position I believe that is plausible and that not until the embers cooled and a closer inspection could take place would it have been possible to recognize that the head and bones would be recognized as being human. Such a horrible way to loose one’s life. My heart goes out to the grieving father and family.
    I must say I am pleased so far that the reporting is continuing, the investigation is ongoing and I have high hopes that we will be made aware of the cause of the fire. Out of that should come lessons for all of us.

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