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Daniel’s mom moves out
Unable to cope with the death of her only child, Rona Indarsingh, mother of eight-year-old Daniel Guerra, has moved out of her parents’ home at Gasparillo. Since there have been no major developments in investigations into the boy’s death, Rona’s parents—Randolph and Shirley Indarsingh—are worried over the police response to their queries. In an interview yesterday, Randolph said for the past week he had been calling the Homicide Bureau repeatedly for an update. “I want to know why they have not charged anyone,” he said. “I am displeased over the way the police are handling this matter…I want answers and I want justice.” He said since Daniel’s death, life had not been the same. “It is so sad…I get cheered up when I remember all the happy things about Daniel, but that only lasts for a few minutes and then I get sad again.” Randolph said.
He said he called Homicide officers no less than 40 times on Monday, hoping to hear if they had any new leads in his grandson’s death. “I asked to speak to the chief investigator and they said they will call me back, but they never did,” Randolph said. He said there were discrepancies in the case from its inception and claimed there was suspicious conduct by the police.
Randolph also questioned the results of all the autopsies, lamenting that the results of last one done by renowned American pathologist Professor James Gill had not been given to the family. He urged the Government to call in foreign investigators to get to the bottom of the crime. Meanwhile, Shirley said Rona could not cope with the death of Daniel and had no choice but to move out of the house where her only son once lived and played.
Breaking down in tears, Shirley said she had a vision of Daniel days after the funeral in which he told her he was happy and safe. Shirley refused to disclose Rona’s exact whereabouts but said she was staying with two girlfriends. Sister Renuka Indarsingh said Rona had not been sleeping well since Daniel’s death. “She is on sedatives…she really cannot cope,” she added.
She also thanked everyone who had assisted the family and called on the police bring the matter to a close by finding the person who killed little Daniel. The boy disappeared while returning from a parlour near his Bedeau Street home. His body was found in the Tarouba River two days later.
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