Three school principals arrested in bizarre murder
DominicanToday.com - The National Police Tuesday arrested three public school principals accused of murdering the teacher and vice mayor of the southwestern town of Bahoruco, Lenny Feliz with a hammer.

One of the detainees, Fernando Carrasco "Chito" head of the school Mundito, was the last person seen with the victim, and confessed to the killing, perpetrated together with the also principals Luis Felix Gomez "Felo” of the school Guayuyal, and Sandro Feliz Santana, of the School El Paraje, in Agüita Blanca, La Cienega, all three in Barahona province.

Police spokesman Maximo Báez said "professional greed” led to the murder, after the victim had won a contest of the Education Ministry.

"He (Carrasco) said that when the principals were going to a meeting in the Cristo Rey school in Barahona they coordinated and hit her with a hammer to the head, killing her and through the investigation of the principal Fernando Carrasco Roque he confessed to the place where they buried her."

Báez added that the body of the teacher, who had been missing for 22 days on Tuesday, was found in a scrub brush near La Cienega.

 

Dominican Watchdog Note: WTF is wrong with these people, why do they kill each other like animals everyday and then proclaim to the media that the Dominican Republic is paradise!

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