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Monday, April 1, 2013

New Hope in Solving Lambertville Drownings

Sarah MajorasHunterdon County's prosecutor and medical examiner say they will "leave open" their investigations into the sudden and suspicious disappearance and drowning death of 39-year-old bartender Sarah Majoras in Lambertville New Jersey this past January.
Officials had formally closed that inquiry on March 11th, but changed their minds after a recent request for access to their investigative documents by a reporter for The Trentonian revealed the startling fact that a full autopsy hadn't even been completed yet.
Read the full story here and, if you have been following this case and are concerned about its apparent linkage to the previous Lambertville canal drowning of Majoras' close friend, David Anderson, then share the article with whomever you can think of in order to give the matter more national exposure.
I will endeavor to provide more coverage of the Majoras/Anderson drownings on this website, and for other outlets I am affiliated with, whenever new information and evidence becomes available.

1 comment:

  1. For those still following this case, I can continue providing coverage of it via the GatherNews agency so long as I have fresh mainstream sources to cite in my articles (72 hours old or newer.)

    As stated in the original posting and discussion section concerning Sarah's disappearance and drowning, these do not necessarily have to be AP or UPI sourcing. Even local news updates are acceptable, as long as the source is 100% reputable and reliable.

    To keep things organized then, please list any and all links to such timely news items (related to either the Majoras or Anderson drownings) in the comment section of this particular post.