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Public hunt for Paiche's murderer

Thursday, July 23rd, 2009, marked five years since the gruesome discovery of the wrapped headless body of 25-years-old Malawian woman, Paiche Onyemaechi Unyolo. Still, the killer or killers have never been caught.

Family and friends of the deceased, and the Clonmel Gardai have joined in a renewed plea for the killer to come forward. This time, family and friends have appealed again to Africans, in particular, to disclose any information that they may have, no matter how small it may be.


Mrs Onyemaechi disappeared from her St Herblain Park’s home, Waterford City Centre, three weeks before her dismembered body was found wrapped in a plastic bag near a stream in Brenor Bridge, Piltown, Co. Kilkenny, in 2004. The body was discovered by a woman who was walking in the area.

Her head was sliced up and has never been found that led to the speculation that her murder was part of a ritual killing. This surmise has left the African community in Ireland and Africa, and also the communities of Piltown and Waterford in profound panic ever since.

22 August 2009   

 

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