Sister: Brother said that he was going to die

The sister of a deceased Gros Islet resident whose body was discovered in the sea yesterday off Gros Islet town has said that 28 year old Maquid Annerville had complained of seeing ‘things’ and said he was going to die.

“He said he was seeing things, that he was going to die and his life was ending,” Tanisha Paul said.

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Paul said a search had been mounted for her missing brother after he left home earlier this week and did not return.

She disclosed that her brother was the father of three children.

“I really don’t know. We just got a call that  he was missing in action and then we tried to get hold of him. He does not have a phone so we could not call him on the phone, so when we went down there to look for him – my brother and myself, one girl was running and telling me that one guy on a jet ski said that looks like my brother,” Paul recalled.

She described her deceased brother as a very nice person who was very troublesome at times but not violent.

A post mortem examination is scheduled for later today.

 

 

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