FOUND. Remains of CHARLES DEAN, younger brother of U.S. presidential candidate Howard Dean, 29 years after he disappeared while traveling in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War; buried in a rice paddy in central Laos. Charlie Dean, then 24, and Australian companion Neil Sharman were arrested by communist Pathet Lao guerrillas in September 1974 while traveling along the Mekong River. They were apparently executed three months later as suspected spies, although the U.S. and Australian governments maintain they were tourists. The remains have not been officially identified, but members of the Dean family say they recognize items found with the corpse,...

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