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Decapitated, limbless body found in Chiba estuary

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" the body's head arms and legs were likely cut off using some type of blade" Wow, great police work there

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I've surfed near there and it gives me the creeps thinking about it especially if it had floated down to the beach.

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The body parts were probably posted to somebody over unpaid debts.

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An examination showed the body's head, arms and legs were likely cut off using some type of blade, and that there were no other major injuries, according to the police

Having your head, legs, and arms cut off are pretty major injuries. Doesn't seem like there are many more majorly injuries that could be inflicted on the torso.

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Why not just say "torso"?

I was looking for the sentence at the end that says, "Police strongly suspect foul play." LOL

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So many weirdos out there!

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Michael JacksonToday  07:41 am JST

" the body's head arms and legs were likely cut off using some type of blade" Wow, great police work there

Yes, it’s the kind of police work needed to distinguish for instance a probable murder as opposed to some one falling in the ocean and getting body parts eaten by sharks or torn off by the stresses of being washed around among rocks (or debris in a tsunami etc).

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My comment was directed at the obvious fact that if something was cut off then a blade must have been used

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@micheal. Ever heard of axil grinders? Tools used to cut bike locks?

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those are still blades

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Maybe he used a high pressure water jet those things cut through Rock and steel like butter

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Man, that's just brutal..

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An examination showed the body's head, arms and legs were likely cut off using some type of blade

No, really? Some type of blade? Close examination of the abrasions on the bone can tell you what was used in this incident. Hand saw, power saw/chainsaw or axe each have distinctive marks. 4 plus years of Criminal Forensics tells me so.

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RIP to this poor woman... and the bloke who found her must be in a state of shock... what a horrible thing to do to anyone.

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