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    UT - Dr. Dennis Olvera, 65, & Aaron Olvera, 40, found dead at Canyonlands NP

    http://us.topnewstoday.org/us/article/5416803/

    I had worked with Dr. Olvera many years ago. He was vicepresident of company I worked for.He also taught us Behavior Management and what to do if you are cornered.
    Dr. Olvera was found dead along with his son from Murder / Suicide or Double Suicide in Utah Park. Family believe this is not possible. I had read that daughter says Dr. Olvera's license is missing as well as camping equipment. Dr. Olvera is from Greenfield, In. and is Vice President of D.S.A. which is a company that has group homes for the mentally challenged adults.

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    I've seen some pretty peculiar cases declared to be suicides.
    I think it' much easier for police to claim something is a suicide or murder/suicide-then they don't have to look for suspects.
    Just my opinion

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    http://www.theindychannel.com/news/l...y-shot-in-utah

    Authorities said an Indiana psychologist and his son who were found dead in Utah killed themselves, but friends of the doctor question that assessment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bam View Post
    http://www.theindychannel.com/news/l...y-shot-in-utah

    Authorities said an Indiana psychologist and his son who were found dead in Utah killed themselves, but friends of the doctor question that assessment.

    This is fishy. Where are their backpacks? What made the police "certain" this is 2 suicides?
    All posts from me are MY OPINION ONLY

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    The gun was registered to one of the men. The backpacks and campsite have not been found. Very odd case.