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|Attorney Michael Lopez and client did not expect the case to become so complicated|
|Thursday, 11 August 2011 01:14|
Giordano told his lawyer he had met his travel companion a few years ago on an online dating site, they talked much on the phone and used to meet about twice a month. The man and Robyn Gardner had come to Aruba for a short vacation and on the first day they drove around and to Baby Beach with the intention to go find a snorkeling spot. The next day they returned, it was afternoon and they ate something and went to snorkel. They went snorkeling after lunch and that is when she went missing. He returned to shore alone, and when he noticed she was not surfacing, he sought help and called 911.
His client was detained on suspicion of murder, although no body has been found and mr. Lopez says that he does not understand this. Lopez said his client is divorced and has children and the woman who went missing might be married, but there is no further information available on her. Lopez explained the district attorney has 10 days to do its investigation and he hopes that within this time, anytime he can be able to tell his client to go home. Lopez said his client had spoken to the woman's parents and the Vice Consul of the U.S.A. in Curacao. Lopez had not received his client's statement yet, but he understands that nothing has changed and his client has only given more details on the first few statements.