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21-Year-Old Charged In Fatal Shooting Of Her Sister At Faux A Chaud


The Criminal Investigations Department, Castries, has charged twenty-one (21) year old Alisha George of Faux a Chaud, Castries, for causing the death of her sister, Miguella George.

The incident occured on Saturday, October 22, 2022 at Faux a Chaud.

A post mortem examination revealed that 16 year Miguella George died as a result of brain damage secondary to a single gunshot wound to the head.

Alisha George was taken before a Magistrate at the First District Court today, October 27, 2022, and was remanded in custody.

The matter was adjourned to November 29, 2022.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force. Headline photo: Miguella George – Deceased

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  1. It’s like we have a nation of animals and not people. How was this child raised for her to shoot her little sister in cold blood. If you can’t even reason it out with your siblings then there’s no hope for this country

  2. What Other Charge Murder.More persons Should be charged .The owner of the illegal Firearm.The person he Bought it From

  3. To be honest, Saint Lucia justice system need a make over, a redo and a revamp. It’s going to take a miracle, but man these laws are so backward and ancient, it encourages crime.

  4. Agree totally. And did the older sister intend to kill her, or is this a case of manslaughter?? In any case, this was an “easy” conviction, so many murderers out there, who it seems cannot be found. Hmmmm. Feel very sad for the sisters’ mother. Terrible for her, and all the other families traumatised by these senseless illegal gun crimes in St Lucia.

  5. I don’t mean to be rude but the answer to your question is in the first sentence of the report.

    Did you just read the headline and not the article!

  6. fatal shooting is not a charge . First degree murder with a dangerous weapon is a charge or manslaughter

  7. Did the police retrieve the weapon? Did she say who gave it to her? Is any other person arrested? The public need answers.

  8. I think the socioeconmic class of this indiviual played a huge role in her getting charged with murder. Had it been in another community with gates, a security guard in a little hut and surveillance systems, all would have been saying it was an accident. I am wondering where is the owner of the gun and why isn’t he being charged as well. He is justas culpable. I am still of the opinion this was an accidental death; I happened to see the status of the two of them on facebook the victim posted just mere minutes before the incident. There was no animosity. Just two sister being happy in each other’s company. St. Lucians like to sensationalize things too much to suit our need for malicious salacious gossip. A family is in mourning. They will never be the same.


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