La Murdoj de Kadavrejo-Strato

By Edgar Allan Poe

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estis tro mallargxaj por permesi
la trapason de homa korpo. Dirante "tubbrosoj" oni aludis la
cilindrajn balaibrosojn utiligatajn de kamentubistoj. Tiujn
brosojn oni lauxirigis supren kaj malsupren en cxiu kamentubo
de la domo. Ne estas malantauxflanka sxtuparo laux kiu homo
povintus descendi samtempe dum la enirantoj suprenrapidigxis.
La korpo de Frauxlino Lespanajo estis tiel solide fiksita en
la tubo ke oni ne sukcesis gxin eligi gxis post kvar-kvin
helpantoj kunigis siajn klopodojn.

PAUXLO DUMASO, kuracisto, depozicias ke li estis vokita
cxirkauxtagigxe por kontroli la korpojn. Ambaux kusxis tiam sur
la litkadra kanabajxo en la cxambro kie malkovrigxis Frauxlino
L. La kadavro de la juna virino estis ege kontuzita kaj
ekskoriita. Sendube kauxzis tiujn aspektojn tio ke gxi profunde
ensxovigxis en la kamentubon. La gorgxo estis ege frotacxita.
Vidigxis jxus submentone pluraj profundaj ekskoriajxoj, same
kiel sinsekvo da lividaj makuloj rezultigitaj lauxindikajxe
far fingropremado. La vizagxo timige miskolorigxis kaj la
okulgloboj elstaregis. La lango estis duone tramordita. Granda
ekimozo malkovrigxis en la stomakokavo, kauxzite sendube far
genupremo. Laux la opinio de S-ro Dumaso, Frauxlinon Lespanajon
mortigis per strangolado homo aux homoj nekonataj.

La kadavro de la patrino estis horore mutilita. Cxiuj ostoj
de la dekstraj kruro kaj brako estis pli-malpli frakasitaj.
La maldekstra tibio kaj aldone cxiuj ripoj de la maldekstra
flanko, ege splititaj. La tute korpo, ege kontuzita kaj
miskolorigita. Ne eblis diri kiel la vundoj kauxzigxis. Peza
lignoklabo, aux largxa ferstango--segxo--iu ajn granda, peza,
obtuza armilo povintus estigi tiajn rezultojn manipulate per
la manoj de ege fortika viro. Nenia virino povintus trudi la

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