Update: Cecile Acosta

My friend Kristine contacted me again in regards to her boyfriend’s sister, and she told me that Cecile Acosta has been confirmed dead yesterday morning, having been murdered by her ex-husband.  The police have him in custody.  Thank you for praying for her, and please keep her family in your prayers.  Cecile leaves behind a five year old daughter.

Here is the article on the Andhra Wishesh site:

A 36-year old Mexican woman was missing from April 09, when her boyfriend put her in a bus bound to Thrissur. Later she was found murdered…..

The Madurai Police in Tamil Nadu found a suitcase of containing a burnt and decomposed body of a foreign woman. The case was impending due to investigations by the forensic experts was going on. But on 15th the Virudhunagar police received a complaint from a Mexican National that another Mexican National was unable to be reached out, after he had helped her to board a bus on April 09. The bus was bound to Kerala.  The Mexican at Virudhunagar was Manric (40) and the missing woman who was a student in Kerala to learn Mohaniattam was Cecile Denise Acosta. The police questioned Manric.

Meanwhile on Police interrogating, Manric confessed that he “hit” his girlfriend with “no intention to kill” following “a fight over custody of the child”. The police say he burnt the body in a bid to wipe out evidence.

Police said Cecile Denise Acosta was a student of Kalamandapam Deemed University for Art and Culture at Thrissur in Kerala learning Kerala’s traditional dance. She came to Krishnankovil in Virudhunagar district of Tamil Nadu on April 4 to see her boyfriend Manric, who is also a Mexican national. Manric came to India on June 25, 2011, was studying Post Doctorate Fellowship in Mathematics in Kalasalingam University at Krishnankovil, Tamil Nadu. `Cecile Denise Acosta left her daughter Adila (5) with him’ was his earlier version.  (With inputs from internet: AarKay)

2 thoughts on “Update: Cecile Acosta

  1. Hello, I think you are very kind to support Cecile’s family. Many, many people in Mexico are in grief now for this terrible tragedy. Wherever you are thank you!

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