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Adam Anhang, founder and CEO of CWC Gaming, murdered Options
Beavis
#1 Posted : Sunday, October 02, 2005 7:38:53 PM
Jean Van De Velde



Joined: 10/2/2005
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Poor guy. Not a nice way to go.

It sure doesn't sound like a robbery. I wonder what the real motivation was?



http://www.gambling911.com/Anhang-Murder.html

[size=18:220b07f161]Mystery surrounds murder of online gambling entrepreneur Adam Anhang[/size:220b07f161]

The former CFO of Dr. Ho and CEO of CWC Gaming, Adam Anhang, was brutally stabbed to death Thursday night in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Gambling911.com first broke the story of this unfolding tragedy Friday evening. The murder occurred at a street intersection of Calle de la Luna in Historic Old San Juan, which is typically bustling with tourists and locals (even at the time of this murder took place). Anhung was also a part-owner in the Martineau Bay Resort & Spa (a former Wyndham property soon to become the Caribbean's first W Hotel) in Vieques, eight miles off the east coast of Puerto Rico.

The victim of the murder had his personal articles, money and documents, which could discard robbery as a motive. Anhang's wife accompanied him. Initial reports suggested she too had been killed, but Anhang's female acquaintance survived the incident and was able to speak to police.

Adam Joel Anhang, 32, was a Canadian resident identified by police as "an investor". Anhang had previously resided in Manhattan for a number of years and was CFO for Antigua-based Dr. Ho Casino, the online arm of Asian multi-billionaire Stanley Ho's vast casino empire. Áurea Vázquez Rijos, Anhang's 25 year old wife, provided an eye witness account of the incident to police.

Anhang was accompanying his wife to her car when they were intercepted by a subject dressed in workout apparel who then inflicted Anhang with several stab wounds using a kitchen knife. Three to the head, one to the left side of the back, two to his left side of the neck, and another to the chin, the lips and several in the stomach.

Rijos underwent a craneal contusion and a wound opened in the head. She was transported to Hoare Clinic and was to be operated on Friday evening, revealed Lieutenant Eddie Hernández, Director of the Division of Homicides in San Juan.

Neighbors heard shouts and the subject indicated that he was being assaulted. They observed Anhang being struck by the suspect as he begged for him to stop. The murder occurred just two blocks from the San Juan mayor's home.

The victim, whose office is located in the Regency Hotel, had his wallet with identifications, four credit cards, passport, cash, a cellular telephone, cigarettes and a bottle of tablets still on his person.

Investigators removed a kitchen knife with 6 inch blade from the scene, which contained the blood spots. The knife and other evidence were being analyzed over the weekend. Other personal belongings on the victim's person included a key ring, a silverplated small portfolio with a labial pencil, a check and a debit card in the name of Áurea Vázquez Rijos.

The pair married in March, after a two year relation, but this month Anhung reportedly filed for divorce to the woman. The two were already separated. Also under investigation was whether the pair had signed capitulations before marrying.

"The reason for the crime we do not have", asserted Lieutenant Hernandez, after indicating that they will hope by the recovery of the woman, who has since disappeared after being released from a local hospital.

Gimara public prosecutor Gabriel Maysonet and agent Reinaldo Martinez of the Division of Homicides of San Juan investigated in the scene.

Anhang was Founder and CEO of CWC Gaming live online gaming software and services, which currently powers over 15 licensees, including Gambling911.com sponsor MVPSportsbook.com and European-operated BetInternet. The company was set to bring on powerhouses Sportingbet and Ladbrokes.




Continued in next post...

Thinking sucks.
Beavis
#2 Posted : Sunday, October 02, 2005 7:55:16 PM
Jean Van De Velde



Joined: 10/2/2005
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Quote continuation

The reaction throughout the online gaming community as can be expected is one of horror.

"At first I couldn't believe it (the story) and thought it was some really sick joke," said an individual who works for CasinoWebCam. "Until I had it confirmed by someone else from the staff a minute later. Unbelievable!"

"Adam was a frail nerdy guy," explained one person close to him. "You could practically touch the guy and he'd fall over. I cannot understand why anybody would want to inflict this type of harm on the guy."

This person went on to describe Adam as a "low key" type of guy.

"He wasn't exactly a sociable type of guy but once you got to know him, Adam was a likeable well-meaning person."

CWC Gaming released the following statement late Saturday evening:

CWC is deeply saddened to announce the passing of it's CEO Mr. Adam Anhang early Friday morning September 23rd 2005.

Adam was first and foremost a dear friend as well as a colleague.

Adam was well known not only within the i-Gaming Industry but in specialized Real Estate developments around the Globe

Adam will be greatly missed by Family, Friends and Business Associates.

CWC has announced that Mr. Steve Reddy moves to CEO from Director as we transition from this tragic loss and build upon CWC's leadership position in the Live Gaming space as established by Mr. Adam Anhang.

Steve has been working closely with Adam, he understands both the Operations and Licensee base.

CWC Thanks you for your many messages of support from across the Gaming Industry including it's Clients, Licensees, the Press and Friends.

CWC will continue to expand and grow as a tribute to Adam's memory as we uphold the responsibility we have to ALL our Customers, Licensees and Employees.


Sincerely,
The CWC Family.




Anhang's wife/girlfriend was discharged from the hospital late last night and has not been heard from since.

Anhang's company had been an on-and-off advertiser at Gambling911.com over the past few years. G911 enjoyed an amicable relationship with both Adam and his company, CasinoWebCam.com.



Christopher Costigan, www.gambling911.com




Thinking sucks.
Bennyfromthebronx
#3 Posted : Monday, October 03, 2005 12:39:26 PM
Wang Nan



Joined: 9/21/2005
Posts: 108
Location: The Bronx

 
dangerous business the gambling industry, you'd think it's workers would get paid more for the risks they take.
Schoolboy Error
#4 Posted : Monday, October 03, 2005 12:45:13 PM
Wang Nan

Joined: 9/21/2005
Posts: 135

 
A tribute to Adam Anhang

David Carruthers pays tribute to his friend Adam Anhang, chief executive of CasinoWebCam, who was killed on Friday.
Adam Anhang, chief executive of software firm CasinoWebCam, was tragically killed last Friday. Anhang was the victim of a vicious attack, which has left his friends, family and colleagues devastated. Here David Carruthers, chief executive of sportsbook BetonSports and a close friend of Anhang, pays tribute to one of the most intelligent and well liked members of the egaming industry.

This week our industry has lost a true leader and visionary to an untimely and tragic death.

Adam Anhang contributed much to our industry. His creativity, commitment to excellence, and attention to detail benefited us all.

His patient and laid-back personality gave him the industry reputation of being the kind of person who would work well with anyone he met.

Anhang received his B.S. in Economics from the prestigious Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he often returned there to teach pro bono.

After college he became extremely successful as a real estate developer and investor.

One of his crowning achievements is the exclusive Vieques Martineau Bay Resort & Spa.

In typical Adam style, the island has quickly become one of the trendiest vacation spots, not to mention one of the world's most sought after investment locales.

He began his career in the online gaming industry as the CFO of Dr Ho.com.

However, Adam possessed the gift of being able to look at the status quo and find within it the potential of what could be.

He advanced the online gaming industry through his live online gaming software, which brings the energy of the land based casino environment to users sitting at their home computers.

He took this single concept and developed it from the embryonic stage into a viable and thriving organization, CWC Gaming, which currently powers over 15 licensees, including my own company, Bet on Sports plc (easy bets).

Adam did exceptionally well in the industry and knew how to work well with all of us, from top-level executives to the associates right out of grad school.

I will miss his counsel, I will miss our conversations about the industry, but most of all, I will miss his friendship
Thumbboy
#5 Posted : Tuesday, October 04, 2005 4:55:31 AM
Barack Obama


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that is horrible..
I wonder who would want to do such a thing?
Especially since the guy's posessions were all still on him, meaning it wasn't just some random robbery gone wrong.
Please keep us updated on this when they catch the people who did it.
Kilroy
#6 Posted : Thursday, October 06, 2005 2:53:05 AM
Philip Boit



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violent murders are apparently not unusual in Puerto Rico

Kilroy Was Here
Beavis
#7 Posted : Monday, October 17, 2005 9:08:10 PM
Jean Van De Velde



Joined: 10/2/2005
Posts: 72

 
well the plot thickens

http://www.gambling911.com/Jona...-Rivera-Adam-Anhang.html

Bar employee charged in slaying of online gambling entrepreneur

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A bar employee was arrested on suspicion of murder Thursday in the slaying of a wealthy Winnipeg businessman in Puerto Rico’s capital.

Jonathan Roman Rivera, 22, worked as a cleaning person at the Pink Skirt, a restaurant and bar owned by the Puerto Rican wife of Adam Anhang, an online gambling executive who was stabbed and beaten to death along the cobblestone streets of Old San Juan.

Witnesses shown photos of Roman identified him as the man who attacked Anhang and his wife as they walked to their car from the Pink Skirt on Sept. 23, said Lt. Eddie Hernandez, the head of San Juan’s homicide unit.

Roman, who was detained Wednesday at the Pink Skirt, declined to appear in a police lineup on advice of his lawyer, Hernandez said.

His lawyer did not immediately return a phone call seeking comment.
Reports have surfaced that Rivera was offered $300.000, presumably to assassinate Anhang. In 2002, Rivera was arrrested for firearms violations.

As first reported by Gambling911.com, Anhang, 32, was stabbed more than 10 times in the head and neck with a 15-centimetre kitchen knife in front of several witnesses. His wife, Aurea Vazquez Rijos, was wounded in the attack. Vazquez told police the attacker had demanded money, but authorities said the assailant fled without taking the businessman’s wallet, expensive watch or cell phone.

Anhang was a powerful real estate developer in Puerto Rico and a CEO for online gambling firm CasinoWebCam, a live casino platform utilized by MVP Sportsbook and Easybets.

The 32 year old graduate of the prestigious Wharton School in Pennsylvania was also a part owner in Martineau Bay Resort & Spa located in Vieques, Puerto Rico.

Authorities have considered the possibility that Anhang, who moved from Winnipeg to Puerto Rico in 2004, was the victim of a murder-for-hire scheme.

Police were seeking to question Vazquez, 25, who was released from a hospital last week after being treated for unspecified injuries. Original reports had Ms. Vazquez released from the hospital the day after Anhang's murder. Friends and colleagues had been unable to reach her.

Vazquez gave diverse accounts of the murder to investigators. One of the versions described the assailant as a ragged individual and with sores on his arms, but witnesses claimed otherwise, telling investigators he was a strong youth that wore a dark jacket, making it impossible to see any sores.

The couple married in March after dating for two years but had begun divorce proceedings, said Roberto Cacho, Anhang’s business partner in Puerto Rican real estate ventures. Ms. Vazquez reportedly stood to inherit $25 million.

Prenuptials allowed for Vazquez to enjoy a pension of $3,500 monthly for three years if the marriage lasted a minimum of a year and of $5000 a month for a maximum of 60 months if the divorce occurred after 7 years.

Weeks before the murder, Anhang had initiated legal filings to be divorced of the young woman, and apparently would also have canceled some insurances of those that she would be the beneficiary in case of death.

When the agents carried out the arrest of Rivera, he resisted and the CIC had to send out reinforcements. Rivera refused to appear in a police lineup on advice of his lawyer.




quote continued in next post

Thinking sucks.
Beavis
#8 Posted : Monday, October 17, 2005 9:14:17 PM
Jean Van De Velde



Joined: 10/2/2005
Posts: 72

 
quote continued from previous post...

Back in Winnipeg, the parents of Adam Anhang were glad to see that putting up a $25,000 reward for information related to their son's murder was beginning to pay off.

"We're certainly very relieved," Anhang's father Abe told the Winnipeg Press last night. He said he and his wife Barbara offered the reward, and an informant came forward. They're expecting to hear today about charges against "two or three" other people as well, Anhang said last night.

Anhang's widow reportedly was in the process of moving out of her home last night when agents tried to contact her. Further arrests in this case are likely.



Christopher Costigan, www.gambling911.com

Originally published October 14, 2005 10:53 am EST




funny how the wife did not recognise her own employee...

Thinking sucks.
JackD
#9 Posted : Friday, December 02, 2005 3:08:15 AM
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"Beavis"
quote continued from previous post...

Back in Winnipeg, the parents of Adam Anhang were glad to see that putting up a $25,000 reward for information related to their son's murder was beginning to pay off.

"We're certainly very relieved," Anhang's father Abe told the Winnipeg Press last night. He said he and his wife Barbara offered the reward, and an informant came forward. They're expecting to hear today about charges against "two or three" other people as well, Anhang said last night.

Anhang's widow reportedly was in the process of moving out of her home last night when agents tried to contact her. Further arrests in this case are likely.



Christopher Costigan, www.gambling911.com

Originally published October 14, 2005 10:53 am EST


funny how the wife did not recognise her own employee...




He was and will always be a dear friend of mine...Beavis you have a GREAT point... That's all I'm saying
Cold Dog
#10 Posted : Friday, December 02, 2005 9:30:20 AM
Barack Obama


Joined: 9/20/2005
Posts: 16,519

 
JackD Welcome to the forum mate.

Sorry to hear he was a friend of yours. Sad
RudeNuT
#11 Posted : Friday, December 02, 2005 9:40:43 AM
Brian Lara



Joined: 9/24/2005
Posts: 3,368
Location: Australia

 
I wish I could welcome you under better circumstances JackD

Im very sorry to hear that Anhang was a friend of yours, and its unfortunate that incidents such as this are common in the world today.

Welcome

Beavis
#12 Posted : Friday, December 02, 2005 2:53:48 PM
Jean Van De Velde



Joined: 10/2/2005
Posts: 72

 
JackD, welcome to the board.

Are you aware of the tribute site at www.adamanhang.com? You might want to post to the guestbook there.

The following media report is a few weeks old, but is still of interest. Of course everyone is innocent until proven guilty.

http://www.allheadlinenews.com/articles/7000927536

Murder Suspect Had Affair With Slain Man's Wife

November 8, 2005 12:30 p.m. EST


Ayinde O. Chase - All Headline News Staff Writer

San Juan, Puerto Rico (AHN) - The suspect in the slaying of a wealthy Canadian online gaming executive, in a Puerto Rican tourist district, allegedly had an affair with the victim's wife.

Homicide investigators say Jonathan Roman, who has been charged with the Sept. 23 slaying of Adam Anhang, 32, was involved with the victim's wife, Aurea Vazquez, 25, months before the murder.

Roman, who was arrested Oct. 13, has denied killing Anhang, a multimillionaire chief executive of an online gaming firm, who was beaten and stabbed to death on the streets of Old San Juan. The suspect, who worked at a bar owned by the victim's wife, is free on $200,000 bail

"Apparently, Vazquez and Roman were having an affair," says Lt. Eddie Hernandez, director of San Juan's homicide unit. "That is the link between them we have been able to find."

Anhang was stabbed more than 10 times in the head and neck with a six-inch kitchen knife in front of several witnesses. His wife was wounded in the attack.

Vazquez told police the attacker had demanded money, but authorities said the assailant fled without taking the businessman's wallet, expensive watch or cell phone.

Vazquez, who was released from a hospital last week after being treated for unspecified injuries, has declined to speak with investigators about the case.

Anhang, who moved to Puerto Rico from Winnipeg, Canada, in 2004, was chief executive officer of CWC Gaming, an online gambling and software company based in San Jose, Costa Rica.




Thinking sucks.
poocano
#13 Posted : Friday, December 02, 2005 3:34:46 PM
Arnold Palmer

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Welcome to the boards JackD Welcome

very sorry about your friend



All bets are one unit ($50) unless otherwise noted.
Beavis
#14 Posted : Tuesday, March 07, 2006 12:30:11 AM
Jean Van De Velde



Joined: 10/2/2005
Posts: 72

 
This article was published a couple of weeks ago

http://www.mikeoncrime.com/News...w&articleid=2185

By Jason Bell

Mere minutes before he was murdered on the streets of Old San Juan on Sept. 22, 2005, Winnipeg native Adam Anhang sat with his wife and discussed terms of a seven-figure divorce settlement.

Aurea Vazquez, his wife of just six months, would receive monthy alimony payments, a sports car and a hefty lump sum to cover much of the cost of a new oceanside home.

The wealthy real estate developer and Internet casino titan had even agreed to cover the bank note on a restaurant his estranged wife owned -- the very restaurant where they met to thrash out the settlement.

The very restaurant where Anhang's alleged killer and his wife's suspected lover, Jonathan Roman Rivera, washed dishes for a living.

But terms of the split became moot, however, when Anhang and Vazquez, 26, were attacked while walking from the Pink Skirt restaurant to a nearby parking lot just after midnight. According to police, Anhang, 32, suffered several knife wounds, while his wife, a former model and San Juan socialite, suffered only minor injuries.

Due back in Winnipeg for Jewish New Year in early October, Anhang, the son of retired Winnipeg lawyer Abe Anhang and his wife Barbara, arrived home in a coffin.

"It's just crazy ...the senselessness of his death. The waste of it all is so dramatic," says Peter Linneman, who taught Anhang at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.

"The good things this guy had already done, and the amount of things he would have done. It's just terrible," says Linneman. "You can't quite grasp it all."

The two remained fast friends long after Anhang graduated, meeting annually for a scuba diving excursion, usually in Grand Cayman or off the coast of Venezuela.

Anhang shared the boardroom with the rich, the powerful and the well-connected in New York, Puerto Rico, Costa Rico and Hong Kong, but still found time to teach and inspire the up-and-comers of the business world as a guest lecturer at Wharton several times a year.

"I bring in these superstars of business and I started bringing in Adam," Linneman says. "He was fabulous with the students. You could tell he loved to teach. I've been in the faculty 26 years and I was learning from him. He was just the greatest."

There were early signs Anhang, a small man in stature, was bound for really big things.

When only sibling Becky Anhang Price delivered his eulogy, she remarked that her brother was born a businessman. "He brought a briefcase to Kindergarten," she told nearly 500 relatives and friends at Herzlia Synagogue on Sept. 28.

In high school at Joseph Wolinsky Collegiate, he was the business manager of the yearbook and treasurer of student council.

And he carried a pager with him at all times to keep in regular contact with his stock broker.

"Adam was always one step ahead of other people," recalls lifelong friend Ian Schnoor. "He was very driven. He put everything he had into every project he tackled.

"He could have been anything he wanted to be. But he wanted to get into business."

And he did, setting his sights on the city that doesn't sleep.

The slight, bookish kid from River Heights made it all the way to Manhattan, then later to Costa Rica and Puerto Rico, buying and selling property, propping up failing companies and turning them into winners.

By 2002, he was a partner with thriving real estate firm S&K Development in San Juan and part-owner of the Martineau Bay Resort and Spa in Vieques, an island 12 kilometres off the coast of Puerto Rico.

He was also the CEO of an international online gaming company, CWC Gaming, and the boss of a Caribbean-based aircraft leasing company, while maintaining a successful consulting business of his own. And it wasn't all work and no play.

Anhang had climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro before he was 30, and visited Machu Picchu, an ancient city in the Andes Mountains of Peru, and Angkor Wat, the world's largest religious monument located in the centre of the Cambodia.

The juggling act of careers and exotic travel amazed even his father.

"That was his life ...he was on planes a lot," says Abe Anhang. "I was in touch with him two or three times a week, but I never realized the extent of all the things he was doing.

"Frankly, I was astonished at all the things he was balancing at one time."

Yet, the devout Jew never forgot his roots, making a point of returning to Winnipeg regularly to spend time with family and friends.

"Adam had this dry wit and an infectious laugh," says Schnoor. "He was the kind of person that seemed to fit in everywhere. He could endear himself to anyone."

Roberto Cacho worked side by side with Anhang at S&K Development for nearly five years as the partnership managed several high-rise condominium towers and the Regency Hotel in San Juan, and several other parcels of land in Puerto Rico.

Fifteen years Anhang's senior, Cacho says it was he who learned the most throughout the partnership. "He had the mental capability to run a business well beyond his years. He had a very powerful brain," Cacho says. "It was a joy to work with him."

Cacho says his friend was worth millions, but wasn't the flashy type.

"But you never heard him talk about money. He wasn't driven by (greed) like some people," he says.

Anhang has been referred to as a pioneer in the Internet gaming industry.

And for good reason, maintains Steve Reddy, who was named chief executive officer of online gambling firm CasinoWebCam (CWC Gaming) following Anhang's murder.

Reddy says Anhang revolutionized the industry by developing and marketing software that allowed players to gamble against a live dealer through a webcam feed.

The software is now used by more than a dozen of the largest and most lucrative online gaming companies in the world, like MVP Sportsbook and Easybets.

"He had the vision to see that people preferred a live alternative to gaming," says Reddy. "He took this single concept and developed it from the embryonic stage into a viable and thriving organization.

"He was a giant in business, but also a kind, patient and gentle leader who preferred to teach and lead by exemplary example." Friends say the compassionate, trusting and strongly spiritual man was unlucky in love.

Anhang didn't date much in high school, but met and eventually married a classmate from the University of Pennsylvania when the two were in their early 20s.

Her infidelity destroyed the marriage just a few months in.

And it would prove a harbinger of things to come when, years later as Anhang flew back and forth from Manhattan to Puerto Rico, he met and began dating Vazquez.

Only Anhang's family and closest friends were aware of last year's spring nuptials.

But there would be no wedded bliss, says Cacho.

"It was a horrible relationship from the very start," he says. "She was the wrong woman for him. Adam was giver and she was a taker."

She had several affairs as well.

In May 2005, just two months into the marriage, Anhang hired a private detective and discovered his wife was cheating on him. "Eventually, he had enough and moved out.

Cacho says Vazquez didn't take rejection well.

"She couldn't handle being scorned by Adam. He pushed for the separation and she was angry," says Cacho, adding members of the woman's family have had several run-ins with the law. "Adam was afraid for his safety ...he had a bodyguard.

"The night they met to talk over the (divorce) agreement, he called me. I said, 'Don't meet with her.' But he needed to get through it, so he agreed to see her.

"...Much to my regret."

Jonathan Roman Rivera has pleaded not guilty to a first-degree murder charge. A preliminary hearing into the murder has been pushed back to early March in San Juan.

He is out on $200,000 US bail. Police are quite sure that Vazquez paid River'a bail through a third person.

Investigators suspect she was involved in the plot to kill her husband, although to date, she hasn't been charged.

She has yet to be questioned by investigators. Her lawyer, Jorge Gordon Menendez, the same lawyer representing the accused, has somehow shielded her from the police. Puerto Rican police say Anhang and Vazquez signed a pre-nuptial agreement which stipulated that, in the event of a divorce, the woman would receive somewhere between $126,000 and $180,000 per year for two years, or until she remarried.

However, if Anhang died before a divorce took place, the widow would have instantly become a very wealthy woman -- unless she was linked to a scheme to kill him.

"The truth will come out," Cacho says, confidently.

Two memorial funds have been established in Anhang's memory -- the Adam Anhang Memorial Fund at the Jewish Foundation of Manitoba (www.jewishfoundation.org), and the Adam Anhang Memorial Fellowship at the Zell-Lurie Real Estate Center at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.

Peter and Kathy Linneman established the fund, and contributed $10,000 (US) to kick it off.




Thinking sucks.
claridad
#15 Posted : Tuesday, June 13, 2006 5:25:43 AM
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Hi,

I've been following the trail of this murder since the beginning because I knew them both (Adam and his wife). I have had dinner with them and have been to their home. So, I'll let you in on the info that circles the streets of San Juan.

It is common knowledge that Anhang's wife, Aury (as she is known) was bad news and a goldigger. It is also known that she had an affair with the guy who was charged with his murder, who was also her employee (as much as you can call her a boss, since she never ran her business). Supposedly, she paid for his lawyer and bailed him out.

Recently, she sold Pink Skirt (the bar she had aquired with Anhang's money while they were married) and is nowhere to be seen in San Juan.

With all the fuss about her affairs and his desire to get divorced, I wouldn't doubt for one second that there was foul play involved.

Adam was an expectacular men, a person so amazing, intelligent and down-to-earth, the kind of person you think really don't exist. But he did, and he was cheated out of the great life he was supposed to have.
Thumbboy
#16 Posted : Tuesday, June 13, 2006 6:25:36 AM
Barack Obama


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"claridad"
Hi,

I've been following the trail of this murder since the beginning because I knew them both (Adam and his wife). I have had dinner with them and have been to their home. So, I'll let you in on the info that circles the streets of San Juan.

It is common knowledge that Anhang's wife, Aury (as she is known) was bad news and a goldigger. It is also known that she had an affair with the guy who was charged with his murder, who was also her employee (as much as you can call her a boss, since she never ran her business). Supposedly, she paid for his lawyer and bailed him out.

Recently, she sold Pink Skirt (the bar she had aquired with Anhang's money while they were married) and is nowhere to be seen in San Juan.

With all the fuss about her affairs and his desire to get divorced, I wouldn't doubt for one second that there was foul play involved.

Adam was an expectacular men, a person so amazing, intelligent and down-to-earth, the kind of person you think really don't exist. But he did, and he was cheated out of the great life he was supposed to have.


hi claridad, welcome to the forum.
He sounds like he was a great guy from everything I've read. Really unfortunate that he got mixed up with someone that could be capable of something like that. When you had dinner with the two of them did you notice anything unusual or did everything seem fine at the time?
barney rubble
#17 Posted : Tuesday, June 13, 2006 8:52:01 AM
Phil Taylor



Joined: 10/31/2005
Posts: 2,573
Location: Asia

 
Welcome to 121s claridad Welcome

Came across this post and what a sad story. It is amazing how greed or love can so easily make people do the most vicious crimes. However I am always cautious to write something that is so personal that so many people have been hurt not knowing the truth.

The repeated stabbing sounds like almost hate was invloved. And we can only speculate what happened however it seem Aury is quite disliked in general from these posts. However crimes of passion usually means people are not thinking normally and people can lose control very easily. I am not going to speculate what happen but lets hope the truth comes out eventually.

Very sad story, Adam's family must be so distraught. Send all my condolences in this time of pain.




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