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    Barnard Hill man charged for homicide

    St. Lucia News Online - Thursday, January 3rd, 2013 at 3:02 PM
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    A resident of Barnard Hill, Castries has been charged for the 44th and final homicide of 2012.

    Oswaldo Prospere, 24, was on Thursday, Jan. 3, 2012 charged for causing the death of 28-year-old Critchlan James AKA Suram of Faux A Chaud.

    James sustained several gunshot wounds whilst standing in the vicinity of Block S5 of the CDC, at the intersection of lower Darling Road and Jeremie Street, Castries on Sunday, December 23, 2012.  He was pronounced dead at Victoria Hospital.

    Prospere is expected to be taken before the court on Monday, January 7, 2013.

    Police said until such time, he has been remanded at the Custody Suites, Police Headquarters upon instructions from a magistrate since court will not be in session until Monday, January 7, 2013.

    Scene of the shooting.

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    1. James _ From NY
      January 8, 2013
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      And for goodness sake, Please stop the attacks on tourist It is St.Lucia’s major economic life-blood. If it continues the economy will erode.

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    2. James _ From NY
      January 8, 2013
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      I haven’t been to St.Lucia in 13-years, and all these Homicides occurring now were down at approximately 3 murders a year. It made news for probably months when one person was murdered on the Island. Our young people need to stop trying to copy bigger countries and instead become more creative. There is allot that they can do in difficult times like these: learn trades, go back to school, or start our own business from scratch…. To many murders by youth against youth in St.Lucia..

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