Updated: Charred remains found after fire

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Updated: Charred remains found after fire

A partially-burnt body was found in a wooden structure destroyed by fire this morning.

The police said about 8:00 am, officers attached to the Marigot Police Station received a report of the fire, and went to a banana plantation at Bel Aire, Marigot.

While examining the scene, they found the body.

Police are yet to ascertain its identity.

The body was transported to the Victoria Hospital Mortuary, where a post mortem examination will be conducted.

Officers are currently investigating the matter, and in the meantime, are appealing to persons with information to contact the Major Crimes Unit at 456 3754/3770.

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  1. anonymous knows nothing about crime. For him to say that crime is excelling is ludicrous. crime has been declining since the 70s. I guess he doesn't know what a crime myth is. Criminology major, I study crime for a living.

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  2. No matter who he was or how he lived his life he didn't deserve to die like that...smh...rip my boy...there is a heaven for a G

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  3. R.I.P Smurf... You are now reunited with Chado... Sad but gangsta life never pays bro. now your kids will never know you. No one will know who did this to you because you had so many enemies my bro!!!

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  4. If crime has to stop in St lucia , it has to in China and Europe and America and everyehere else. Understand your bible, read Revelation...this will not stop until it is finished...satan/lucifer/devil is amongst us ..on the earth as we speak...walking freely, using persons against each other. Learn the word of your God, not the western world's interpretation, the real word. The UN/Vatican can call for world peace whenever they want, but they will never do it, they allows world governments to be corrupt and mankind to be destitute. This senseless killing will never stop ...read your bible

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  5. Ee sam say kenny ki tway moun la et stephenson footay ah kyl la et bullay...oh cah maytay politics addah sah moun fehy... Moun jus la kah bat cheu yo ennytile

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  6. Allu lucians real stupid like me a self everytime a murder or some allu always blamin the politicans... What about the ppl that doin it? Foolish and dnt hate on any politicans cuz they work and educate themselves to reach where they is... Tot bageye say a politics politics politics allu kuyor well

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    • Fool who to blame. When u have idle hands crime is on the rise. Dem guys busy making their colleagues rich and the majority of us FRUSTRATED. who to blame when they implement unvsrsal eduction meaning u don'thv to learn but just go to a secondary school. The youth lv dere the same level as primary skool and un employable. Who to blame when party hacks have their jobs, contracts and more contracts living nice. WHO TO BLAME? U?

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  7. this war between old belair and new belair needs to stop and someone needs to pay for this individuals death.

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  8. This Is Only A "Function Of Society".
    Stay Safe Everyone, Protect Your Selves, Family And Love Ones!

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  9. Very good comment proud Lucian. They fail to realize st lucia is no longer financed by the banana industry since it has fail us and its the tourism industry that's brings income into the country. I'm not saying we have to hide what's happening in our country but publicizing it that way is detrimental to our economic development. Just saying......Publicize the good stuff as well!

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  10. Everyone's knows that everywhere in the world has crime but the matter of the fact still remains that the crime rate is excelling it wasn't so before u use to be able to leave your door unlock until u ready to sleep now u have to put dead bolts and all!!! Don't tell me it was always so rubbish!!!!

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  11. What can u say this world is not getting better God is coming soon let all be ready for the lord return

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  12. I guess da better days here..........so disturbing whats happening in our country, jus b4 da opening of our tourist season....sigh

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  13. I wonder if these things happen only in st.lucia. crime and violece is on the horizen all over the world. Pray that our family dont become victims.

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  14. Great economists have always said, with development and progress comes decadence. Crime will be present in ANY developing society. St. Lucia is no different. I love St. Lucia, and it is still a safe place to be, crime is a scourge, but only seems soooo bad because we publicize negativity so much faster than we do positive stories. If you look at SLU News Online.. hardly ANYONE comments on good wholesome stories but EVERYBODY comments on crime and political rubbish. Sad story! St. Lucia is a lovely place to live, we're going through a rouch patch economically but we shall prevail! We will always have BAD apples in society, and I look forward to our justice system improving and better police work and more community people helping the police to do their work. ST. Lucia We LOVE!!

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    • Burying one's head in the sand does not solve the problem either. But I do agree with you that we relish in the blood baths, political ro-ro, maypwis, and anything that suggest general disorder and suffering as long as it is not "directly" related to us or our family.

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    • So true, Proud Lucian. Its time we look deeper and see what WE can do to bring about the change we want. Its seems good news is not popular anymore. So many good things are happening yet still................. the bad takes precedence. I do hope we all see that unless we take a collective stand, OUR country can go to the dogs.

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  15. @Rita, rouge is the Devil's favourite colour, therefore blood must be shed in order to please him. We are en rouge.

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    • stop being ignorant
      that's why st.lucia will never get any better everything is about politics
      blood was shed under the flambeau government too

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      • we all must stop being ignorant and stop putting politics into everything we should open our eyes to see whats going on we have no tools to fight crime 2013 and the police cannot even solve a crime with fingerprints

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        • The police solve quite a bit of crime here. When lawyers who later turn politicians accept hundreds of thousands of dollars to change WANTED criminals names so they can fly outta loosha, u still want police to put their ALL into it. When it gets to the court room the lawyers who turn politicians get wealthy of cases and defend all criminals to put them bak on the streets.WHO TO BLAME? THE POLICE. ME? lol

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    • Oh did the devil tell you this himself? foolishness. I am a born again Christian, and I believe that the devil does exists, but this foolishness about his favorite color is red and he has a forked tail etc etc is unsupported by scripture. And if you church leader is teaching this, take your bible and your soul into your hands and find a new assembly. Look all around you, the devil is more common than we think - he works through any of us that are willing to be an instrument for him.

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  16. Rita the satanic conference here is still in session. So we need to pray more because the whole of Saint Lucia is now possessed and in need of exorcism.

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  17. LPM its time to bring your national consult on crime. Things are gettnig out of hand. It almost as if satan walking on the face of the land.

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  18. my god every day is something else in st.lucia what is wrong with people now a day .....people lives is a game to youll or what

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