Unregulated Masses hand over black box possibly containing murder victim’s breasts

Unregulated Masses hand over black box to police which may contain Huashan Grassland murder victim’s breasts

Taiwan News
Date: 2018/06/22
By: Keoni Everington, Taiwan News, Staff Writer

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — After a collective of artists called Unregulated Masses (野青眾)

Chen’s cabin (right) (By Central News Agency)

dismantled their camp on the Huashan Grassland  (華山大草原) this morning (June 22), they handed over to police a black box which they suspect could contain the breasts of the woman murdered in the tent village late last month, reported Apple Daily. 

Before personnel from Taipei City were slated to arrive at 9 a.m. this morning to tear down the remains of a village made from tents on the grounds of Huashan Grassland, which Unregulated Masses named 120 Grassroots (120草原自治區), the leader of the collective, a man surnamed Chuang (莊), called on members to gather at 7 a.m. to take down their tents and gather their belongings. In the process, one of the group’s members stumbled on a black box which did not belong to anyone on the scene.

They hastily notified the police, and officers and forensic experts quickly arrived on the scene as they suspect that the box may contain the woman’s missing breasts. Authorities immediately sealed off the area and took relevant physical evidence and the black box into the forensics center for examination.    [FULL  STORY]

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