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Two Corpse Discovered By Cops In Shallow Graves In St Thomas, Identified

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The cops in St Thomas have made significant discoveries. In classifying two bodies that were discovered in shallow graves in the parish last month.

The death has been recognised as 27-year-old Kajaye Rhoden of Yallahs and 24-year-old Akeem Williams of Port Morant and White Horses, all in St Thomas.

Following the conclusion of scientific tests, it was strengthened that a body that was excavated from a shallow grave near the Yallahs Pond on October 16, was of Rhoden.

A post-mortem report unveiled that he died from bullet injuries to the uppermost body. Investigators are continuing their probe in the exploration of his killers.

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A second body that was discovered in a shallow grave. At the back of a house in Pondside, Yallahs at about 1 pm on October 30. Was strengthened to be that of Williams. The approval came following the completion of DNA testing.

Williams was reported lost for two weeks ere his body was found by residents and relatives who had been rummaging for him. He died as a consequence of multiple stab injuries, according to a post-mortem report.


Murder is the illegal killing of different humans without explanation or legitimate excuse. Especially the illegal slaughter of different humans with acerbity. This state of consciousness may be depending upon the scope, distinguish murder from other forms of criminal homicide, such as assassination.

Manslaughter is a killing perpetrated in the absence of malice, brought about by reasonable provocation, or diminished capacity. Involuntary manslaughter, where it is understood, is a killing that lacks all but the most attenuated criminal intent, recklessness.

Most societies judge murder to be a remarkably serious violation and thus assume that the person charged should get severe penalties for retribution, deterrence, rehabilitation, or incapacitation. In most countries, a person convicted of murder regularly faces a long-term prison sentence. Perhaps a life sentence, and in a few, the death punishment may be imposed.

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