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Woman found in Kewalo Basin identified

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 04:33 p.m. HST, Apr 10, 2013

The woman whose body was found in Kewalo Basin on Tuesday morning has been identified by the city medical examiner’s officer as Jennifer M.H. Kim, 35.

How she died, or even where she is from, remains undisclosed, however.

Homicide detectives from the Honolulu Police Department are investigating the death. Surfers found Kim’s body near the former site of the University of Hawaii dolphin research facility just after 7 a.m. Tuesday.

HPD has classified the case as an unattended death and that will remain unless medical examiners determine there is reason to believe otherwise, police said

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manakuke wrote:
Probably a sad tale unravels.
on April 11,2013 | 06:13AM
They need to review the body for foul play, drugs, tiny punctures, etc. Common guys, this is a person who was alive and died for some reason. FIND OUT OR IS IT TO DIFFICULT.
on April 11,2013 | 09:31AM
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