Dameon Belgrave’s mom pleads for reopening of case

– believes shooter freed during PI

The mother of Dameon Belgrave remains unconvinced that it was a third policeman who had fired the fatal bullet at her son; she believes that his introduction during the preliminary inquiry was a ploy to get the case thrown out of court.

Five weeks after policemen Sheldon Williams and Errol Williams were unexpectedly freed of a manslaughter charge, a grief-stricken Donna Sulker called on the police to reopen the case so that the guilty policeman can be placed before the courts. She said that she is yet to be updated by the relevant authorities about the case.

“We want justice. We need justice,” the woman said while adding that she is depending on …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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