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Dominican Republic-officials shut down American tourists playing deaths; William Cox talks about the death of his mother.
The Dominican government, the “shameful” response to a character of Americans dying is not a consequence of fall in the Caribbean nation shows something is not right with your account, after the son of a woman who died.
Leyla Cox didn’t want to die of a heart attack – as a Dominican official said to the family: son, William Cox, claimed Friday on “The story”.
“It is absolutely scandalous. It is the families with everything that’s going on over there is shameful to dismiss,,” Cox said.
“It is not something wrong with this story. To how many Americans are going to die before something is done and we as Americans say enough is enough?”
FAMILY AND FRIENDS OF THE WOMAN WHO DIED, SAY, IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, THE AUTHORITIES ARE LYING ABOUT THE PAST SEVERAL HEART ATTACKS’
Host Ed Henry asked Cox, if the officials of the Federal government or the legislature have reached to help him, his family.
Cox said he wanted the White house to comment on the matter.
“I, personally, would like to hear what the trump administration would say about this whole incident,” he said.
“I have not been contacted to clear by the FBI. If you can see, I need your help. Please reach out to me.”
However, he added that officials, he has been able to speak to, “very helpful.”
He speculated it could be the sinister reasons for the death of his mother.
“I know, a criminal offence may have been committed and the Dominican authorities did not investigate, delete it,” he said.
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC DEATHS, RESORT PROMPT MEMBERS OF CONGRESS TO ANNOUNCE A TRIP TO THE CARIBBEAN NATION
On Monday, the Public health Minister Rafael Sanchez Cardenas said at a press conference Leyla Cox, an enlarged heart, high blood pressure and suffered from a “past a series of heart attacks.”
But on Wednesday, her supervisor, where she worked at the Richmond University Medical Center in Staten Island, said that in the ten years that you knew Cox who was 53, she had not had a heart attack, or had any serious medical conditions.
On the other side of New York City, a member of Congress announced that he cases a trip to the Dominican Republic in the Wake of the disease, and death.
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Rep. Adriano Espaillat, D-NY, a legislator represents a large Dominican population in Washington Heights, Manhattan, and is the first Dominican-American to Congress – meet the heading of the island-nation, with the authorities.
“More than 3.2 million Americans visited the #Dominica Republic last year,” Espaillat said in a tweet.
“I’m doing this trip for me to see and ensure the safety of American tourists and visitors in the Dominican Republic remains a priority.”