A 40-year-old resident of the United Kingdom, Anne-Marie Drozdz, was discovered dead in a villa in Ubud, Bali on Thursday, May 22, 2014. Click Image to Enlarge
Staying at "Rumah Hijau" (Green House)
- a rental property owned by Astuti Widiati located in Jujungan, Ubud, Drozdz's badly bruised body was found by a man identified in the press as Gerry Hening William (60) of the U.S.A. who was reportedly delivering towels to the woman's villa.
The Jakarta Post identified William as the husband of the villa’s owner.
As reported by The Bali Post,
the American arrived at the scene and noticed an entrance door damaged. When he entered the room, he discovered Dozdz's lifeless body sprawled on the floor, her head wrapped in a black cloth and her body covered in bruises.
A medical team from an Ubud clinic called to the scene confirmed death and noted signs of strangulation on Drozdz's throat. A medical worked also said her left arm was badly bruised and bleeding.
Forensic officers in Denpasar estimated death occurred 7-20 hours prior to the body’s discovery.
While results of a formal autopsy are still pending, the preliminary conclusion of investigators is that the women’s death was a case of homicide.
The last posting on Drozdz's Facebook
"Sometimes the strongest women are the ones who love beyond all faults, cry behind closed doors, and fight battles nobody knows about."
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