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FBI Rules Out Tainted Alcohol As Cause Of Death For American Tourists In Dominican Republic

FBI Rules Out Tainted Alcohol As Cause Of Death For American Tourists In Dominican Republic

October 21, 2019
1:40 PM ET

The FBI ruled out tainted alcohol as the cause of three mysterious deaths in the Dominican Republic in May, a State Department spokesperson said Friday. At least 10 American tourists died while vacationing in the Dominican Republic between June 2018 to June 2019, HuffPost reported, causing speculation that alcohol may have been poisoned. “Methanol poisoning from tainted alcohol was ruled out by the FBI in [three] cases during the toxicology screening, and it was not the finding in any other cases of U.S. citizen deaths investigated by Dominican authorities,” a State Department spokesperson said in a statement to The Hill. “The results of the additional, extensive toxicology testing completed to date have been consistent with the findings of local authorities,” the spokesperson continued. The entrance to the Excellence resort is seen where, according to family members, a tourist died unexpectedly on June 10th after getting sick in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. (Joe
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