Monday, December 9, 2019

Automatic guns used in 3 “Black Sunday” killings?

Automatic weapons may have been used in the ‘Black Sunday‘ killings that left three men dead at Bois Den Jacmel, well-placed sources have told the Times.

According to the sources, investigators found a large number of spent shells at the scene of the shooting – some 30 by some reports.
The deceased have been identified as Kyle Nelson, also known as Kyle Richard, Gillan Charles, 37, and Dequan Joseph, 16.
A fourth man received a gunshot wound to the leg.
The reason for the armed attack  Sunday evening was unclear.
The ‘Black Sunday‘ death toll also included a man identified as Dylan Joseph, aka Peacock.
Joseph died in a separate incident.
He is reported to have been stabbed to death by a woman at Grande Riviere, Corinth, Sunday evening.
Earlier in the day at around 4:00 a.m., Shermia Clercin, who was shot multiple times last week in an apparent case of mistaken identity, succumbed to his wounds at hospital, while in a separate unrelated incident, a yet unnamed male was shot dead by the police at Marigot.
The police have said that the man was shot during a police operation in the community.

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