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Djordjo Benussi Investigating Judge into Britt Lapthorne’s Death swims Oct 8 2008 at Dance Beach Boninonovo Bay Dubrovnik Croatia

June 16, 2013

Djordjo Benussi Investigating Judge into Britt Lapthorne’s Death swims Oct 8 2008 at Dance Beach Boninonovo Bay Dubrovnik Croatia

Judge Dgorgo Benussi lives next to club fuego dubrovnik croatia britt lapthorne case sept 18 2008

Judge Dgorgo Benussi lives next to club fuego dubrovnik croatia britt lapthorne case sept 18 2008

14/10/2008 NEWS: The Judge in the Britt Lapthorne case goes for a swim in the area where her body was found Pic. Hodgson Ross

Judge Dgorgo Benussi goes for a swim at Dance Beach.Judge Dgorgo Benussi goes for a swim at Dance Beach.

judge Dgorgo Benussi goes for a swim at Dance Beach where Britt Lapthrone body was found

judge Dgorgo Benussi goes for a swim at Dance Beach where Britt Lapthrone body was found

Lapthorne. 081014. smh news. story by Paola Totaro. Pictures of judge who signed off on Britt Lapthorne swimming at Dance – the beach of Boninonovo Bay where Britt was found on Monday. This photo was taken just hours after judge delivered autopsy report to police – his name is Djordjo Benussi and is known as the investigating judge.

** he lives next door to the Club Fuego where Britt disappeared on 18 sept 2008 after 415 am **

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Dance beach Dubrovnik Croatian beaches Boninovo Bay Latino Club Fuego Britt Lapthorne’s body found in cove waters Sept 18 (446 am ) to Oct 7 2008

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JADROLINIJA passing dance beach

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britt lapthorne sketch of suspect e file from forensic composite student from melbourne austrlia missing sept 18 2008 body found oct 7 2008 by dance beach dubrovnik

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Lapthorne.  081014. smh news.  story by Paola Totaro. Pictures of judge who signed off on Britt Lapthorne swimming at Dance – the beach of Boninonovo Bay where Britt was found on Monday. This photo was taken just hours after judge delivered autopsy report to police – his name is Djordjo Benussi and is known as the investigating judge.

Judge Dgorgo Benussi goes for a swim at Dance Beach.

Judge Dgorgo Benussi goes for a swim at Dance Beach.

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In a bizarre twist, the judge who signed off on Britt’s autopsy report went swimming in the bay where her body was found – just two hours after police released the results of her post-mortem.

Judge Djordjo Benussi did his laps at Dance Beach, the rocky inlet which forms part of Boninovo Bay where Britt’s badly decomposed body was found floating by a fisherman seven days ago.

Judge Benussi was located after the Australian media found his home address – which is almost next door to Club Fuego, the Latino club where Britt was last seen in the early hours of September 18. A young woman, approximately Britt’s age, answered the door and said that the judge was swimming at Dance [pronounced Danche].

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Judge Dgorgo Benussi goes for a swim at Dance Beach where Britt Lapthrone was found, just two hours after signing off on her autopsy.

Photo: Paola Totaro

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In a bizarre press conference held 45 minutes late, at 11.45pm Sydney time last night, the deputy police chief of Dubrovnik, Ivan Kukrika, issued a brief statement saying only that there was “no evidence of violence found on the body”. 

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No evidence of violence? Her hands, and feet were removed, her teeth and hair.. That’s violent enough don’t you think!!!!
May 26 2013 (unless those blog posts are in error?)

In a bizarre twist, the judge who signed off on Britt’s autopsy report went swimming in the bay where her body was found – just two hours after police released the results of her post-mortem. 

Judge Djordjo Benussi did his laps at Dance Beach, the rocky inlet which forms part of Boninovo Bay where Britt’s badly decomposed body was found floating by a fisherman seven days ago. 

Judge Benussi was located after the Australian media found his home address – which is almost next door to Club Fuego, the Latino club where Britt was last seen in the early hours of September 18. A young woman, approximately Britt’s age, answered the door and said that the judge was swimming at Dance [pronounced Danche].

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Judge Dgorgo Benussi goes for a swim at Dance Beach where Britt Lapthrone was found, just two hours after signing off on her autopsy.
Photo: Paola Totaro

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It is purely descriptive and it says there is no visible sign of an act of death of how she might have died because the body is in such poor condition

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Judge Dgorgo Benussi goes for a swim at Dance Beach where Britt Lapthrone was found, just two hours after signing off on her autopsy. Photo: Ross Hodgson

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It is a false statement. The body is in such a bad state of decomposition that it cannot be determined whether foul play was involved or not. It didn’t say that there is no evidence of foul play, of course there is no evidence of foul play. The body is in such a poor state that nothing can be determined from it without scientific testing or forensic evidence and that hasn’t been undertaken at all.” he said.
In a bizarre press conference held 45 minutes late, at 11.45pm Sydney time last night, the deputy police chief of Dubrovnik, Ivan Kukrika, issued a brief statement saying only that there was “no evidence of violence found on the body”.

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The women claimed that a group of men who held police badges had tried to abduct them into a van they were driving and on failing with a few of the women, returned flashing police badges and pretending they were different men. 

The programme also claimed that it had discovered errors in the CCTV footage provided by the Croatian police indicating that frames had been removed or deleted.

Not long after the program aired on Australian television, Croatian police dismissed the claims made by the television programme… 

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 www.news.com.au – February 9, 2009 

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CROATIAN police have dismissed claims a gang of local men, purporting to be police, is preying on travellers at the bar where Britt Lapthorne was last seen alive. 

Three young women have told how local men approached and tried to abduct them at or near Club Fuego in Dubrovnik, in separate incidents before and after the Australian disappeared from the same venue. 

Two of the women said the men, who were of similar appearance, had claimed to be police. 

They said some had carried guns, and one of the men even flashed what he claimed was a police badge. 

But Dubrovnik police have dismissed the claims, aired in a Channel 7 investigation for Sunday Night, as “speculations”. 

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Dale Lapthorne said footage captured in the early hours of the day Britt disappeared showed a van that matched one used in the other abduction attempts.

Britt’s parents viewed the footage on December 30, after repeatedly asking Dubrovnik police to see it. 

Mr Lapthorne said they had also seen frames of what he believed was his daughter walking towards the van. But when Seven received the footage, those frames were missing. 

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“That figure was not on it,” he said. “When we viewed it over and over again we saw those particular frames were frozen for several frames, and then the image would jump.” 

He said he believed Dubrovnik police had tampered with the footage, and removed the frames. 

“The police are the only ones who have the CCTV footage,” he said. 

Meanwhile the owner of Club Fuego has threatened legal action. 

Vinko Cosmai said the report was highly damaging to his business, which relied on Australian tourists in the summer season. 

In the report, the three women produced forensic sketches of their alleged attackers with the help of forensic artists, and all three agreed the men were of similar appearance. 

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One of the three women interviewed by Seven, identified as Amber, said a group of men armed with guns yelled ‘police’ as they attempted to abduct her as she walked back to her cruise ship from Club Fuego. 

The incident happened five days before Ms Lapthorne, 21, disappeared. 

Amber and two friends were on a deserted street about 2am when the incident happened. 

“I heard a car accelerate with two men in the front seat and a man hanging out of the side sliding door coming towards me,” she said. 

“He was going to grab me.” 

She said the attempt failed and she ran, screaming but moments later “men just started coming out of nowhere, five, might have been seven”. 

“They were yelling ‘police, police’ and they told me to go with them. But when I looked up I knew that the main man that was yelling ‘police’ was the same man who was hanging out of the van and I knew that we were in trouble.” 

Amber said she faked an asthma attack and the men fled. 

Of the Lapthorne case she said: “Now that I know what I know, I’m pretty confident that they were the same people.” 

New York woman Jennifer told Seven she and two friends were outside Club Fuego 10 days after Ms Lapthorne disappeared when two men – one short, one tall – approached and tried to chat her up. 

She rejected them but they approached her again inside the club. 

“These guys just came up and said ‘hey you’re under arrest’. 

”(They) showed me what looked like a badge and put it back in really quickly.” 

Jennifer said the men beat up her friend to stop her getting away but ultimately left the club in a waiting taxi with several other men. 

“We all felt like it was very, very organised,” she said, adding that she had no doubt the men were a threat to her. 

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Australian woman Kate told of jumping from a moving van after she foolishly accepted a lift from two men who’d been buying her drinks at Club Fuego, a year before Ms Lapthorne’s death. 

When it was clear they were taking her to a location against her will, she said she leapt from the vehicle and ran screaming for help. 

When shown one of the sketches and asked if it was of one of the men who refused to let her out of the van, she said: “Yeah I think so, even down to the little freckles”. 

But the police spokesman Mr Borovec said the Seven report had not revealed anything that would help solve the Lapthorne case. 

He said Dubrovnik police continued to investigate, in co-operation with Interpol and Australian police.

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