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Family of David Abreu asks to clarify case of fire in NY

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. –  The relatives of David Abreu Nuñez, an interior decorator, accused of the fire in which he died along with a seven-year-old girl and his grandfather of 76, demanded of the US authorities to deepen investigations.

Fabio Abreu and Emmanuel Abreu, father and brother of David Abreu Nuñez , a native of the Buenos Aires sector, north of Santiago, believe that the incident was caused by Alberto Navot Ramírez Rodríguez, with whom his relative maintained a love relationship.

In the fire in the city of Queens in New York, an 11-month-old boy and his mother Elizabeth Rodriguez were affected, who remain in critical condition.
Family died in New York went to vacation
The arguments are based on the alleged threats received from the United States by the relatives of the decorator, by his ex-partner, who does not appear now, nor does the affected family want to link him.

“A while ago when they both lived here, Alberto beat my brother because he refused to buy another car. There he asked that they give him 25 thousand dollars more to do the papers and my brother refused and that is why he threatened to kill him via Whatsapp, “he said.

Prior to his arrival at Rafelina Rodríguez’s house, where the tragedy happened, David, who went via Mexico to the United States, went to North Carolina, Texas and Quiens and sought a humanitarian visa, since he felt disrespected in the Dominican Republic , for his sexual preference towards other men.

“I know my son very well and I do not think he was the one who committed the fire. They should find out more. As it is possible that he took gasoline and closed everyone inside and did not come out, “says Fabio Abreu, father of David. He says that six thousand dollars did not appear that he had to do the residency papers and allegedly had delivered to Rafelina Rodriguez.

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