No visitors to Jaguar’s mausoleum on eve of All Saints’ Day

By Nestle L. Semilla October 31,2017

THOUGH his funeral procession drew 2,500 sympathizers, there was hardly anyone who visited slain drug lord Jeffrey “Jaguar” Diaz at the mausoleum where his remains were buried at the Calamba Cemetery in V. Rama Street, Cebu City.

The mausoleum, which is painted sky blue and fronted by a gold-painted steel gate, had no family member or relative visiting the tomb yesterday.
“I didn’t see anyone who went inside the mausoleum. Maybe today they’ll visit him,” a tomb cleaner who requested anonymity said in Cebuano.
However, the tomb cleaner said he saw some who put flowers outside the mausoleum.

There were monobloc chairs placed inside the mausoleum but no light bulbs installed outside.

Jaguar died at the hands of operatives of the Regional Intelligence Division in Barangay Almanza 1, Las Piñas City, in June 17 last year.

Half a kilo of shabu was seized from Jaguar who sent surrender feelers a week earlier and claimed that he had become a changed man.

Jaguar was considered by police as the biggest drug lord in Central Visayas.

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