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Thread: Six bodies found in Juan Dolio

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    Has the makings of a possible serial killer or mafia dispute?

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    Padres de familia dispute?

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    Let's repeat that only THREE BODIES have been found. In an unrelated development, three decades-old partial skeletons were separately found.

    The newspaper article says there was a band of criminals who targeted bus drivers for their money and the bus. This relates to the 3 bodies.

    As for the old skeletons, who knows. Let's wait for the test results.

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    For all we know, the "old" skeletons could be from last month. Remember, we live in a tropical country where bodies decompose at a MUCH faster rate than in colder areas. I dont know, I just find it too hard to believe that they found 3 other bodies so close to the bus driver ones and they're totally unrelated. That last part is the one that i'm having a hard time believing and its also kind of hard to believe that those bodies have been laying there for decades and nobody discovered them, not even with all the construction that has beel going on in that beach for the past 20 years or so.

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    There are clandestine graves throughout the country where people are "disappeared" to. This appears to be related to gang related extortion similar to what we see in Central America. Having spent time in Guatemala City, Xela and San Salvador it saddens me that Santo Domingo is entering similar territory. I thank my creator and savior everyday for having the circumstances to seamlessly leave and re integrate ourselves into life in America. If they found 3 bodies in a cave we can only shudder at how many are out there missing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natu View Post
    For all we know, the "old" skeletons could be from last month. Remember, we live in a tropical country where bodies decompose at a MUCH faster rate than in colder areas. I don't know, I just find it too hard to believe that they found 3 other bodies so close to the bus driver ones and they're totally unrelated.
    We are simply reporting the information that is available in the newspaper articles. We can of course set our imagination free and speculate.

    They are talking about decades-old skeletons. I would hope whoever came up with that figure isn't sufficiently incompetent to confuse a few months with a few decades. There should be significant differences.

    Anyway, before alarming, we might as well wait for the official report on the skeletons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by virgo View Post
    right. The two findings seem completely unrelated.
    One was of decades-old incomplete skeletons, by the beach (it seems a lot os testing need to be done before reliable information about these skeletons is available).
    The other finding seems to correspond to 3 bus drivers who recently went missing, and whose bodies were apparently dumped in a natural cave or pit.
    ching, ching....

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    When I was living in JD it was dead, now they find the dead

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    The digging continues http://www.listindiario.com/la-repub...-desaparecidas

    Las osamentas de dos de siete personas, la mayoría choferes de minibuses desaparecidos en los últimos cuatro meses en San Pedro de Macorís, La Romana y Hato Mayor fueron encontradas por las autoridades en una fosa común, donde se cree reposan otros cadáveres, ubicados por dos de cuatro apresados por las autoridades.

    El hallazgo y su seguimiento podría poner al descubierto una de las redes más crueles de robos y asesinatos jamás conocida en la región Este, en cuyos vínculos por la característica de los vehículos robados, podría destaparse una “caja de pandora” por los sectores que podrían estar vinculados.

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    http://www.diariolibre.com/noticias/...edro-FE3789456

    DL reports recovery of the bodies from the well they've been buried in. it is believed the victims were thrown inside tied up, head first, still alive.

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