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Police Investigating ‘Suspicious Death’ In Castries


Police are investigating what they deem for now to be a ‘suspicious death’ at Trois Piton, Castries.

The investigators have identified the deceased as Seraphina Stephen.

She was discovered dead at her home on Tuesday.

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  1. Sad if her life was indeed taken away by someone else, as currently alleged. The deceased and I went to secondary school together and I know her as a quiet individual. May her soul rest in peace

  2. In St. Lucia, the term “Police are investigating” means the case is closed and do not ask any further questions. Do not expect anything further in this case. Prove me wrong if you can.

  3. It looks like only the police and authorities don’t know about that case. From what I heard from family members the post mortem reviled death by strangulation. So I guess we are hiding statistics early to avoid another record year. What is the latest on the Laborie body found at Praslin and the house fire that took away 2 lives? Clear the air so speculation could stop.

  4. Don’t we all remember our pathologist protesting at Casaban, for Madry against Cabot (property owners)? Making public statement, in doctor’s attire, on colonization, against the last administration? Why now he is saying nothing about OUR seaports? Do we trust that this same pathologist won’t hide the truth from us reference people being murdered in this country, to make his government look good? I don’t trust him

  5. @ Shock and Hemorrhage
    He is not the only one, the most blatant was the one time UWP Minister who accepted Party funds to finance his election, yet took more, quote “I went for the higher bidder” to jump and be made a present Minister – he better enjoy it while it lasts’.

  6. Everything is going up just recently the price of bread went up but people are still working for low wages 2 to 3 EC dollars an hour


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