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Missing Student's Body Found in Boston River

Missing Student Body Found in Boston River: ABCNews.comABCNews.com
Wednesday, 10 October 2012

The body of Boston Architectural College graduate student Jonathan Dailey was found in Boston's Charles River this morning, possibly bound with chains and weighted with a cinder block.
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