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Bootleg Alcohol Feared Responsible For Deaths Of Seven Americans In The Dominican Republic – Perez Hilton


At least seven American tourists have mysteriously

The deaths have put a black mark on tourism and travel within the Dominican Republic — a small nation in the Caribbean that shares the island of Hispaniola with Haiti — and families of the victims involved over the past year are even going so far as to

As we’ve been reporting, the total is now up to seven Americans who have died in suspicious circumstances down in the D.R. over the past year: David Harrison, 45; Robert Bell Wallace, 67, Miranda Schaup-Werner, 41; Nathaniel Edward Holmes, 63; Cynthia Day, 49; Yvette Monique Short, 51; and Leyla Cox, 53. Still other Americans reported falling ill during their vacations, though they survived and were able to return home for medical care.

Whatever is going on down there in the Dominican Republic, we can only hope it gets discovered and corrected very soon — this tragedy has already claimed far too many lives and changed too many families forever.

So sad… R.I.P. to all the victims over the past year.

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