Sunday, February 19, 2012

Missing in Connecticut: 'No body' murder cases difficult to solve, but possible

By Michelle Tuccitto Sullo
Investigations Editor
While investigators believe missing people like William Smolinski Jr. of Waterbury and Jose Ortiz of New Haven are murder victims, no arrests have been made — leaving their grieving families without answers, closure or justice.
A prosecution without a body can be challenging.
Tad DiBiase, a former federal prosecutor who manages the website, said in any murder case, the body is the best evidence.

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