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November 14, 1987 | From Reuters
A policeman arrested in connection with the kidnaping and murder of two wealthy Argentine businessmen hanged himself in his jail cell Friday, police said. Sgt. Alberto Caeta, 40, killed himself two days after police arrested him for his alleged role in the kidnaping and murder of Osvaldo Sivak, one of the country's most prominent real estate executives, and lumber salesman Benjamin Neuman. Their decomposed bodies were found buried only yards apart.
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May 21, 1998 | SEBASTIAN ROTELLA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a startling twist to a mystery that has obsessed Argentina, a fugitive tycoon suspected of ordering the slaying of a magazine photographer shot himself to death Wednesday as police closed in on him at a rural estate, authorities said. Alfredo Yabran, 54, who became a symbol of public suspicions of labyrinthine corruption, killed himself in the early afternoon at his estate in Entre Rios, the province where he was born, authorities said.
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May 21, 1998 | SEBASTIAN ROTELLA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a startling twist to a mystery that has obsessed Argentina, a fugitive tycoon suspected of ordering the slaying of a magazine photographer shot himself to death Wednesday as police closed in on him at a rural estate, authorities said. Alfredo Yabran, 54, who became a symbol of public suspicions of labyrinthine corruption, killed himself in the early afternoon at his estate in Entre Rios, the province where he was born, authorities said.
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November 14, 1987 | From Reuters
A policeman arrested in connection with the kidnaping and murder of two wealthy Argentine businessmen hanged himself in his jail cell Friday, police said. Sgt. Alberto Caeta, 40, killed himself two days after police arrested him for his alleged role in the kidnaping and murder of Osvaldo Sivak, one of the country's most prominent real estate executives, and lumber salesman Benjamin Neuman. Their decomposed bodies were found buried only yards apart.
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