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The dark side of theme park tourism - Associated Press - Sept 5, 2005

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  • The dark side of theme park tourism - Associated Press - Sept 5, 2005

    The dark side of theme park tourism - Associated Press - Sept 5, 2005
    Full Story available on MSNBC: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/9161096/

    From an Associated Press story available on MSNBC:
    Roberto Alvarez was jealous of the amount of time his girlfriend spent with the head of a crime family that dealt in millions of dollars of contraband, so he became a confidential informant for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

    Not long after talking with the agents, the 38-year-old Alvarez was shot to death; his body was found in a pool of blood 15 feet from the bus he drove in his job shuttling tourists to the theme parks.
    A black market for park tickets has grown up in this theme park mecca with illegal transactions occurring every day in the heart of its fantasy fueled tourist district.
    Full Story available on MSNBC: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/9161096/
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