CARIBBEAN: Funeral home in Trinidad loses body of murdered farmer

By Trinidad Express

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AR-161009649.jpg&MaxW=730&imageversion=ArticleTRINIDAD EXPRESS – Murdered farmer Vijay Ramoutar could not be laid to rest today. The State lost his body. And attempt is now being made to find it.

He was abducted and his remains found a month later. It took five months for DNA testing to confirm his identity. And Ramoutar’s family had planned a cremation at the Shore of Peace.

However, when the funeral home arrived at the Forensic Science Centre in St James to collect Ramoutar’s remains on Thursday, it could not be found.

Ramoutar’s family described the ordeal as a “terrifying nightmare”.

And his relatives returned to the Forensic Science Centre in St James on Friday to search for his remains.

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  1. They probably already sell the body to a medical school for use as a cadaver. Trinidad runs on oil and bobol.

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