Walter’s head was never missing, post mortem results revealed – reliable sources

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Walter’s head was never missing, post mortem results revealed – reliable sources
Walter was last seen alive on June 26, 2013.
Walter was last seen alive on June 26, 2013.

Reliable sources have revealed that the head of Ronnie Walter, who was found dead three weeks ago, was never missing.

“The police always had the head of the victim. This was just a rumour [that the head was missing],” the source said in response to queries from St. Lucia News Online (SNO).

Photos of the deceased, obtained by SNO, showed a headless body. Sources have confirmed that Walter’s head was severed but it was discovered in the same location, the same day.

A post mortem has revealed that Walter died of hemorrhagic shock/respiratory failure as result of incisions to the neck area.

Walter’s partially decomposed body was discovered at about 5:15 p.m. on Sunday, July 7, 2013 behind a playing field opposite the Babonneau Secondary School.

The 20-year-old Cabishe, Babonneau resident went missing on the night of June 26, 2013 when he was reportedly seen boarding a vehicle in Cabishe.

Walter was an employee of the Super J branch on the waterfront in Castries.

No one has been charged for this homicide.

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  1. Ronnie my boy may u rest in peace, I am in Canada I feel the pain your mom is going through right now, it's sad knowing u as. Young kid growing up and now u are gone, I hope that monster that commited this crime faces the death penalty, how could a human being do such a devious act... I hope the government changes the law for murderous and I hope the police or investigators are doing everything possible to catch that person or these people,, my heart goes out to the families....

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  2. da salop kill the person child and think they have escaped. this can not have been done by just 1 person unless he was drugged.
    God deals with all of us!!! RIP Ronnie

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  3. I wish that such person(s) would be caught but I still have that pain in my heart when my cousins got in the car a couple of years ago up to now no avail; no response; & investigations are always continuing

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  4. Rip my boy. Your untimely death is affecting me right here in north America. I remember vividly the number of times you came to me seeking clarifications on different mathematics concept whilst I was chilling in my favourite spot by the canteen facing the main road. Many times I would be at home sleeping and you would knock on my door seeking my help to solve a trigs question. I remember you used to say tks me "Sir you know you are the best math teacher so who else will I come to. On behalf of my family here in Canada I wish your family well. They are in my prayers.

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    • Its with great sadness to read about this young man , as I have a son at the same age .
      My heart and prays goes out to the family , may he rest in perfect peace .
      The government of St Lucia need to take all these killings seriously and put more efforts into avoiding this killings before in gets out of control , we are a very small Island . May God bless the people of St Lucia .

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  5. I am mad, madd that no one as been arrested for committing such a heartless crime..i'm also furious that when or "if" that person is caught...they will just be thrown in jail and getting fat on my tax money..Lawdddd!!!! Help us..help our nation...May ur soul rest in peace Ronnie...and to the person who committed this malicious crime to u I say....there is a god..i hope ur conscience is eatin u alive!

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  6. The people who keep complaining can you stop trying to be so perfect? An apology is made, accept it besides this is a free service if you don't like ir

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  7. only now yall coming out and say the head was never missing after 21 days.he was found on the 7th.have the whole island mistaken.

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