Shallow grave murder accused in court

The two accused in the shallow grave murder at Babonneau made an appearance in court today.

The matter was adjourned.

Charles Justin, 30, also known as “Stanley  and Neil Wilson, 28, also known as “Jerry” were arrested a day apart last month.

The two men,who are from Plateau, Babonneau, were charged with causing the death of Dean Monlouis.

The body of Monlouis was found buried in a shallow grave at Plateau, Babonneau on Thursday March 24, 2016.

The brother of the deceased, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Monlouis and the two accused were friends.

He told reporters outside the courthouse that the trio were always together every day.

According to the brother, the three friends used to do “how much things.”

He said that his deceased brother preferred to follow his two friends in wrongdoing.

However he asserted that his brother did not deserve to die in the way that he did.

The brother said he wants justice for his deceased sibling.

There are reports that the two accused allegedly threatened the deceased the day before he died.


The two suspects at one point attempted to shield their faces from cameras.