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TRIAL DATE SET FOR CLANSMAN FIVE WHO BEHEADED MOTHER AND DAUGHTER

TRIAL DATE SET FOR CLANSMAN FIVE WHO BEHEADED MOTHER AND DAUGHTER

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It was one of the most grisly murders in recent history when blood-curdling screams rang out in the Lauriston community as a mother and her daughter were beheaded by gangsters. An October 19th trial date has been set for five alleged members of the deadly Clansman gang who are charged with the double murder of a mother and daughter in Lauriston, St Catherine back in 2011.

 

 

 

Forty-nine-year-old Charmaine Cover Rattray and her 19-year-old daughter, Joyette Lynch, were beheaded by gang members at their home on the night of July 20, 2011, after they were reportedly accused of being police informers.

 

 

 

The grisly killings were meant to drive fear into other residents, who reportedly did not respond to the anguished screams from the two women.

 

 

 

The trial date was set on Monday when the accused - Sanjay Ducally, Adrian Campbell, Roshane Goldson, Kemar Riley and Fabian Smith - appeared in the Home Circuit Court in downtown Kingston.

 

 

 

The trial date comes nearly three years after Justice Lloyd Hibbert made a declaration that the case would have been treated as a priority in the Home Circuit Court. That was in June 2015, when Justice Hibbert was forced to push the trial back to November of that year.

 

 

 

The trial has been affected by a lack of witnesses.

 

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