Appeal Planned for US Man Held in Aruba Case

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    A lawyer for Gary Giordano, who's been detained in Aruba since the presumed death of his traveling companion, says he will appeal a judge's order detaining his client at least 60 more days.

    Giordano, of Gaithersburg, Md., has been in police custody since Aug. 5. Attorney Michael Lopez says he will appeal the judge's decision by Monday's deadline. Lopez declined further comment Thursday, saying he is still studying the detention order for Giordano.

    The judge says authorities can hold Giordano as a suspect in the presumed drowning of Robyn Gardner, 35.

    Investigators Look Into Gardner Photos on Giordano's Camera

    [DC] Investigators Look Into Gardner Photos on Giordano's Camera
    Some reportedly graphic and disturbing photos of Robyn Gardner are now part of the investigation into her disappearance in Aruba. Authorities said the photos came from her travel partner, Gary Giordano, who is now also accused of trying to cash in on Gardner's presumed death.

    Giordano says Gardner disappeared while snorkeling, but police say they found inconsistencies in his story. He was taken into custody Aug. 5 trying to catch a flight out of Aruba, telling Customs he was switching flights because of the weather and Gardner was taking another flight, sources said.

    Lopez says there is no evidence of a crime. Gardner's body has not been found.

    New Pictures from Aruba of Missing Md. Woman

    [DC] New Pictures from Aruba of Missing Md. Woman
    Aruban prosecutors released new photos of Robyn Gardner that they say raise further doubt about Gary Giordano's story that the two were snorkeling when she disappeared.

    Aruba Solicitor General Taco Stein has said manslaughter charges are being considered.