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Posted at 7:53 AM ET, 01/13/2011

Memorial service for slain ex-Redskins cheerleader

By The Associated Press

The family of a Las Vegas Strip burlesque dancer and former Washington Redskins cheerleader whose body was found dismembered and encased in concrete plans a church memorial service.

Celeste Flores Narvaez said a Catholic Mass will be held Thursday for her younger sister.

Debora Flores Narvaez performed in the "Fantasy" show at the Luxor casino resort.

She told a roommate she was going to her ex-boyfriend's house Dec. 12 to watch a television show.

An arrest report alleges the former boyfriend, Jason Griffith, strangled her during an argument.

Griffith is a 32-year-old dancer in the Cirque du Soleil Beatles show, "Love," at The Mirage.

He faces murder, battery domestic violence and destroying evidence charges.

Prosecutors say Griffith cut up and tried to store the body in containers filled with concrete.

By The Associated Press  | January 13, 2011; 7:53 AM ET
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Comments

So their evidence against him is solid?

Posted by: ronjaboy | January 13, 2011 12:52 PM | Report abuse

"So their evidence against him is solid?"
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He confessed to the crime, and that's just about as solid evidence as you can get.

Posted by: lwilliamson1 | January 13, 2011 1:35 PM | Report abuse

I think the evidence is pretty concrete!

Posted by: Luisvaz | January 14, 2011 8:56 PM | Report abuse

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