Jorge Luis Dieppa, who worked as a Spanish interpreter at the U.S. District Court's El Paso Division since 2004, also worked as a part-time lecturer in the languages and linguistics department at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP), according to a school spokeswoman.
Dieppa, 57, disappeared on July 5 in an apparent kidnapping and was found dead in Ciudad Juarez a day later, after relatives were unable to produce $10,000 ransom, according to news releases from the Chihuahua state prosecutor's office. ...
Dieppa's kidnapping and violent death are not believed to be related to his status as a federal employee, and court officials had been told he crossed the border into Mexico to have work done on his car, the San Antonio Express-News reports.
Three people have been arrested in connection to Dieppa's death, according to a news release from the Chihuahua state prosecutor's office. ...The suspects allegedly decided to kill Dieppa because he recognized Lisbeth "La Liz" Nayeli Rodriguez Alanis, an exotic dancer with whom he had a five-year relationship. Dieppa met the woman at a bar where she worked as a dancer, according to the news release.
Mexican news outlet Puente Libre reports that Rodriguez Alanis and her accomplices decided to kidnap Dieppa after learning he taught college courses in El Paso."
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