At Xmas, Roleen struggles to put meal on table, care for grandson

- daughter’s murder left her in dire circumstances

As everyone was busy preparing for Christmas, Roleen Alexander of Rosignol, West Bank Berbice who is caring for her 10-year-old grandson, Shemmar Simon is worried about where the next meal would
come from.

Life had always been a struggle for Roleen, 48, and when her son-in-law, Anderson Nicholson brutally murdered her daughter, Trevlyn Kingston-Nicholson on October 14, 2008, her situation became worse.

The man also dealt Roleen serious injuries. Her fingers on her left hand were punctured with a fork and she suffered chops to her forehead with a chopper.

She was treated first at the Fort Wellington Hospital and …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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