A heated affair that ended in tragedy is now part of a $10 million lawsuit. The family of Vanesa Itzel Rodriguez Chavarria, who died in 2014, is seeking justice from the United States in a federal wrongful-death lawsuit filed Friday in New York. Three years ago, Rodriguez Chavarria, a young woman from Panama, began a...
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MARCH 06, 2014
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - COMEY FAMILY AFFAIR INC.
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