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The Ingrid Visser case

07/06/13 20:35 CET

The Ingrid Visser case
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The three men who were arrested on suspicion of murdering former Dutch Olympic volleyball player Ingrid Visser and her partner last week pleaded not guilty to all charges at their trial in Spain on Friday.

The couple disappeared May 13 after they checked into their hotel room in Murcia. Their remains were found buried in a lemon grove two weeks later following a business deal that is reported to have gone wrong.

Juan Cuenca Lorente, an ex-director of Murcia’s volleyball team, is the 36-year-old Spaniard who was arrested on Saturday along with two Romanians aged 47 and 60.

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