Coroner officer in New Hampshire confirms that body of young man allegedly murdered by ex-girlfriend “dominatrix” was in bones


Massachusetts State Police officers assisted with the investigation.

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From the body of Brandon Chicklis, allegedly Killed by his ex-girlfriend “dominatrix” in New Hampshire Only his bones remained, a coroner officer said Tuesday at the trial of the case that began this week in Worcester Superior Court.

Authorities say Chicklis, 20, who lived with his girlfriend in Westminster, Massachusetts, was stabbed inside a tree house, allegedly by his ex-partner and classmate, Julia Enright, in June 2018. The trial against Enright, who faces murder charges, started on Monday.

Through her testimony yesterday, Jennie Duval, a coroner in New Hampshire, described the young man’s remains.

The body was spotted by a runner weeks later, on July 10, on the side of a road in New Hampshire.

The remains, which were practically bony, were wrapped in sheets, bags, and duct tape, Duval testified.

According to the MassLive report, Duval also described that he removed the body after unzipping a bag. It was then that he saw the bags and sheets as well as a blue waterproof canvas and “beige” cotton.

Clothing was still among the wreckage, including a fastened belt, and a shirt rolled up on the body.

Because there were only skeletal remains, it was not possible to specify the cause of death.

Massachusetts State Police officers identified images of bloodstains on the victim’s Prius vehicle and the tree house. As part of the evidence that paraded in the Court, photos of cards were seen for sexual domination services (dominatrix) Enright’s property, as well as knives and magazines that were confiscated in a raid on the defendant’s home.

The young man was reported missing on June 23 or 24.

The woman’s lawyer, identified as Louis M. Badwey, maintains that his client is the victim in the case since he was defending with a knife from rape from her ex-boyfriend.

Prosecutors allege that the defendant seduced the victim into coming to the scene and killing him.



Source-eldiariony.com