The unsolved murder of Salvadoran restaurant owner in Washington

Roland D. writes:

Notice the casual mainstreaming of Santeria in this Washington Post article, with no exploration of whether it may have had any role in Nori Amaya’s murder.

LA replies:

I thought that they were going to say that the removal of the murdered woman’s fingernails had something to do with Santeria, but there was no further comment about it. There are other oddities that the article treats as normal, such as Amaya going to a doctor’s check-up with a pet lizard on her shoulder. Also, here is a TV news story from last November, one month after the murder.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at May 13, 2010 08:10 PM | Send

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