Cuban Journalist Murdered in Dominican Republic
HAVANA TIMES — Cuban Claudio Nasco, a newscaster on channel CDN of the Dominican Republic, was found dead Friday night in a motel in Santo Domingo, the motive is and circumstances are under investigation.

 

 

Nasco’s death has shocked the journalistic community and social sectors of Dominican Republic , where the newscaster enjoyed a solid reputation and popularity. He was newscaster at CDN since the early 2000s and in 2005 became part of the SIN News team. He was well integrated into Dominican life ,  “I feel a great appreciation for this country that welcomed me from day one. I’ve never felt like a foreigner, I felt like one more Dominican and I think most of the Dominican greatness lies in having a huge heart and welcome everybody, “he said in a recent interview....

Dominican Watchdog Note - Wonder if he still feels the same, guess we can't ask him.....!!!!

 

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Top fashion designer Jorge Diep on Tuesday said he regrets NCDN TV news anchor Claudio Nasco’s murder on Friday, and revealed having met Oscar Pérez "Yandel," one of three men charged in the gruesome killing, calling the suspect “very popular among gays in Santo Domingo.”

"He’s a popular dude among gays, he has a very nice treatment and is famous for his personal attributes, and has many friends and acquaintances in the circles. He didn't seem like a criminal so I have no doubt that Claudio was deceived by him," said Diep on Facebook.

"I unfortunately met Jandel the main killer of Claudio. He came to my house one day with a friend to introduce to me. Since I’m retired from all homosexual practices since the day that I decided to follow Christ, I told him that I wasn’t interested in his friendship and much less his sexual services.”

Recent gruesome gay murders

 

I recent years TV producer Mickey Breton, Dominican Municipal League senior official Víctor Gulias and filmmaker Jean Luis Jorge were also murdered in similar grisly circumstances.

 

 

Fiscalía dice muerte de Claudio Nasco fue premeditada

diariolibre.com. La Fiscalía del Distrito Nacional pedirá un año de coerción contra los tres acusados de la muerte del presentador de televisión Claudio Nasco, ocurrida la noche del viernes pasado.

Los acusados: Oscar Pérez, Joel Rafael Miliano Rodríguez y Luis Manuel Estévez Ponciado fueron traslados hoy a la cárcel preventiva del Palacio de Justicia de Ciudad Nueva.

La Fiscalía dice que el caso no fue un simple homicidio, sino un asesinato que fue promeditado.

"Ciertamente se trató de un asesinato porque hubo una planificación", dijo el fiscal Dante Castillo, quien coordinado el Departamento de Homicidios de la Fiscalía.

Informó que hasta ahora se solicitará medida de coerción a los tres jóvenes apresados, pero la investigación sigue abierta para determinar si hay más responsables.

Castillo manifestó que se investiga si hay otras personas involucradas en el hecho y aseguró que las pruebas con que cuenta la Fiscalía serán presentadas al juez que conocer la coerción.

Agregó que el puñal ocupado a los que supuestamente asesinaron a Nasco está en manos del Ministerio Público.

El cadáver de Claudio Nasco fue encontrado la noche del viernes 13 amarrado y amordazado en la habitación número 11 de la cabaña Chévere, ubicada en la avenida 30 de Mayo, del Distrito Nacional.

Se espera el informe del Instituto Nacional de Patología Forense para determinar la causa de la muerte de Nasco, ya que en el cuello tenía una toalla.

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Nasco spent six years out of television working as manager of the Independent Financial Centre of the Americas company. Upon his return to journalism this year, Nasco traveled to the Vatican to cover the assumption of Jorge Mario Bergoglio as Pope Francisco.

Nasco was an active journalist in the social networks. He was well integrated into Dominican life ,  “I feel a great appreciation for this country that welcomed me from day one. I’ve never felt like a foreigner, I felt like one more Dominican and I think most of the Dominican greatness lies in having a huge heart and welcome everybody, “he said in a recent interview

- See more at: http://www.havanatimes.org/?p=100627#sthash.Ee8uyLXP.dpuf

Nasco spent six years out of television working as manager of the Independent Financial Centre of the Americas company. Upon his return to journalism this year, Nasco traveled to the Vatican to cover the assumption of Jorge Mario Bergoglio as Pope Francisco.

Nasco was an active journalist in the social networks. He was well integrated into Dominican life ,  “I feel a great appreciation for this country that welcomed me from day one. I’ve never felt like a foreigner, I felt like one more Dominican and I think most of the Dominican greatness lies in having a huge heart and welcome everybody, “he said in a recent interview

- See more at: http://www.havanatimes.org/?p=100627#sthash.Ee8uyLXP.dpuf

He was newscaster at CDN since the early 2000s and in 2005 became part of the SIN News team.

Nasco spent six years out of television working as manager of the Independent Financial Centre of the Americas company. Upon his return to journalism this year, Nasco traveled to the Vatican to cover the assumption of Jorge Mario Bergoglio as Pope Francisco.

Nasco was an active journalist in the social networks. He was well integrated into Dominican life ,  “I feel a great appreciation for this country that welcomed me from day one. I’ve never felt like a foreigner, I felt like one more Dominican and I think most of the Dominican greatness lies in having a huge heart and welcome everybody, “he said in a recent interview

- See more at: http://www.havanatimes.org/?p=100627#sthash.Ee8uyLXP.dpuf

Nasco’s death has shocked the journalistic community and social sectors of Dominican Republic , where the newscaster enjoyed a solid reputation and popularity.

Born in Matanzas, Nasco studied philosophy at the Basil Catholic Seminary in Santiago de Cuba , in 1998. Shortly thereafter he traveled to the Dominican Republic where he settled.

Integrated into Dominican life

He was newscaster at CDN since the early 2000s and in 2005 became part of the SIN News team.

Nasco spent six years out of television working as manager of the Independent Financial Centre of the Americas company. Upon his return to journalism this year, Nasco traveled to the Vatican to cover the assumption of Jorge Mario Bergoglio as Pope Francisco.

Nasco was an active journalist in the social networks. He was well integrated into Dominican life ,  “I feel a great appreciation for this country that welcomed me from day one. I’ve never felt like a foreigner, I felt like one more Dominican and I think most of the Dominican greatness lies in having a huge heart and welcome everybody, “he said in a recent interview.

- See more at: http://www.havanatimes.org/?p=100627#sthash.Ee8uyLXP.dpuf

Nasco’s death has shocked the journalistic community and social sectors of Dominican Republic , where the newscaster enjoyed a solid reputation and popularity.

Born in Matanzas, Nasco studied philosophy at the Basil Catholic Seminary in Santiago de Cuba , in 1998. Shortly thereafter he traveled to the Dominican Republic where he settled.

Integrated into Dominican life

He was newscaster at CDN since the early 2000s and in 2005 became part of the SIN News team.

Nasco spent six years out of television working as manager of the Independent Financial Centre of the Americas company. Upon his return to journalism this year, Nasco traveled to the Vatican to cover the assumption of Jorge Mario Bergoglio as Pope Francisco.

Nasco was an active journalist in the social networks. He was well integrated into Dominican life ,  “I feel a great appreciation for this country that welcomed me from day one. I’ve never felt like a foreigner, I felt like one more Dominican and I think most of the Dominican greatness lies in having a huge heart and welcome everybody, “he said in a recent interview.

- See more at: http://www.havanatimes.org/?p=100627#sthash.Ee8uyLXP.dpuf

A statement from the Dominican police reported Saturday that Nasco, 37, “was found gagged and stabbed the night before in room number 11 of the Chévere motel” on Highway 30 de Noviembre.

Witness statements indicate that Nasco arrived around 8:00 p.m. and one hour later employees saw his car leave. When they went to the room they found the lifeless body of the newscaster.

The body was removed from the site around 11 pm and sent to Forensic Pathology for a complete autopsy.

- See more at: http://www.havanatimes.org/?p=100627#sthash.Ee8uyLXP.dpuf
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