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Daniel’s mom takes time out at beach
Rona Indarsingh, mother of eight-year-old murder victim Daniel Guerra, spent the day at the beach with her sisters, Rena and Renuka, yesterday, a day after her son was buried at the Lumsden cemetery. Relatives said they felt Rona needed a break after two weeks of torment. Her uncle, Robert Indarsingh, said: “I don't know where they went. They all said they going to spend the day at the beach, relaxing away from home.” Rona’s parents, Shirley and Randolph Indarsingh, packed away their grandson’s toys in bags. Shirley spent hours cleaning up after the funeral.
Saying she had lost all hope for the future, Shirley said: “I don’t value nothing now. I have lost everything. They took away my life. Daniel was really my life.” As she cleaned up after the funeral, Shirley lamented that her house no longer felt joyful. Saying Daniel was the light in their lives, Shirley hoped the person who murdered Daniel would be brought before the court. Police said yesterday missing pieces needed to solve the case were slowly being put together. Officers said they planned to re-interview several people.
Sources at Gasparillo said yesterday they were concerned about a possible cover-up of the homicide.
A police officer and his wife, as well as several of Daniel’s relatives, have been interviewed .
He was last seen alive as he got into a silver car at Bedeau Street while returning home from a parlour with a bag containing two beverages. Speculation is that Daniel was taken to a location where he was suffocated with a pillow and his body dumped at the Tarouba River. Three autopsies were done on the body. The first, done by Dr Valery Alexandrov and Dr Eastlyn Mc Donald Burris, revealed he died from drowning. The second, done by Dr Hubert Daisley, concluded he died from strangulation, while the third, done by American pathologist Professor James Gill, revealed he died from homicidal asphyxia.
No arrests have yet been made.
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