A shocking video shows first responders rescue a New Mexico man whose hands were nailed to a tree in the woods in an act of revenge. The victim, Jose Duran, was freed in an hours-long rescue mission in Bosque that was captured in footage obtained by news station KRQE this week. Duran, who initially wouldn’t...
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2013 - GOLDEN TREE NAIL & SPA INC.
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