Execution of ‘Satan Ambassador’ may be linked to collapse of double murder case – source
The execution of Rawle Newton, also known as “Satan Ambassador,” may have resulted from the collapse of a court case in which he was the accused in the murder of two men, according to a security source, who says frustrations with the failings of the court system may have driven persons to take matters into their own hands.
Whether it was an act of revenge or an attempt to silence him, the source says that the true motive for Newton’s death will likely remain unknown and his murder will be added to an already growing list of unsolved murders.
The body of Newton, 27, was found with three gunshot wounds in the isolated and poorly lit Eccles Industrial Site, offering little hope that investigators would be able to pick up any useful clues.
Newton, of Lot 119 Caesar Street, Agricola and Lot 35 Princes Street, Lodge, according to the police, was found around 10 pm on May 24 on the roadway with gunshot injuries to his head, his side and his arm. He was positively identified by his mother and other relatives days later.
Contacted yesterday, Crime Chief Leslie James said that while there have been no developments in the case, the “investigation is an open one.” He said that so far there is no motive and no arrests have been made.