Marigot woman accused of 2007 double murder changes plea

Marigot woman accused of 2007 double murder changes plea

Anne Dormilla James of Marigot, Castries, who was charged for the 2007 murder of Kim James and Bill Archibald, has now pleaded guilty to manslaughter.

James, who is represented by attorney Alberton Richelieu, was re- arraigned on Monday, March 11, 2013.

James has been incarcerated since 2007 at the Bordelais Correctional Facility, originally arraigned on two counts of murder.

In response to the re-arraignment, James responded: “Not guilty to murder, but guilty to manslaughter.”

The Director of Public Prosecution accepted the lesser plea on behalf of the Queen.

The facts of the case were read during the first sentencing hearing on Wednesday, March 13, 2013 after which presentence and psychiatric reports were ordered for the next hearing.

James will return to court on April 17, 2013 for sentencing.


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  1. We cannot blame the young lady she may be had lot of stress, having men fulling her and did not know what to do, then satan assist her in taking the childern life, we all must pray for her to give her life to the Lord, this she can tell some one out there what she went through, lady I will say a prayer for you.

    God love you he will forgive you for your sins


  2. I remember this case, this lady locked her kids in her wooden house then set it alight whilst they were asleep the little ones were 6 years and 18 months, sad sad story.


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