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    I wonder how they found out about the bodies

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    We had such high hopes for the place...

    http://dr1.com/forums/showthread.php...l=1#post481873

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    Just like I thought, it turns out they were related.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natu View Post
    Just like I thought, it turns out they were related.
    Where does it say they are related?

    The decades-old skeletons were found in a completely different part of Juan Dolio, by the beach, by someone doing some type of plumbing work.

    These others are bodies thrown in some type of pit (pozo).

    Do you have different information?

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    Quote Originally Posted by frank recktenwald View Post
    I wonder how they found out about the bodies
    Some people connected to the case are detained and have cooperated with the authorities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greydread View Post
    We had such high hopes for the place...

    http://dr1.com/forums/showthread.php...l=1#post481873
    Tough to blame Juan Dolio, because some anti-socials decided to dump bodies by an abandoned house that is in the general vicinity of Juan Dolio. By all indications, neither the victims nor the perpetrators had a direct link to Juan Dolio.

    As for the decades-old skeletons, those may or may not correspond to people linked to JD. But too little is known about them as of now. Presumably an anthropologist is working with authorities to gather information about them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virgo View Post
    Where does it say they are related?

    The decades-old skeletons were found in a completely different part of Juan Dolio, by the beach, by someone doing some type of plumbing work.

    These others are bodies thrown in some type of pit (pozo).

    Do you have different information?
    Read this:

    Quote Originally Posted by KateP View Post
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Natu View Post
    Read this:
    As already explained, the decades-old skeletons belong to a DIFFERENT case, found at a DIFFERENT location by the BEACH, by a plumber.

    The pit (fosa) is another case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virgo View Post
    Tough to blame Juan Dolio, because some anti-socials decided to dump bodies by an abandoned house that is in the general vicinity of Juan Dolio. By all indications, neither the victims nor the perpetrators had a direct link to Juan Dolio.

    As for the decades-old skeletons, those may or may not correspond to people linked to JD. But too little is known about them as of now. Presumably an anthropologist is working with authorities to gather information about them.
    When the bodies start showing up tourists don't "blame the place". They avoid the place. Think Acapulco.

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    Well then the local media is not doing a very good job explaining this. And now that they are talking about skeletons being found related to the bus drivers case, you can't blame me for being confused.

    They are talking about 7 bodies and that they found the skeletons of 2 of those bodies of people that went missing 4 months ago. Its normal to feel confused, it is very confusing. Who are these 7 people?? Are they including the 3 bodies found yesterday, or are these 7 people new foundings??

    The bigger question is, WHY IS NOBODY TALKING ABOUT THIS!!!

    People get all indignant because some guy got mugged by 2 guys on a motorcicle, but nobody cares about 7 people that were thrown in a hole, ALIVE and tied up?? Seriously, the dominican population is the most manipulable group of people ever. Stupid crimes get front page ALL THE TIME!!

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