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Man denied bail again in wife-burning case
Harrypersad Singh, the man accused of setting his wife on fire last month, has been denied bail for a second time. Singh reappeared before acting Deputy Chief Magistrate Rajendra Rambachan yesterday charged with attempting to murder his common-law wife, Andrea Badree, on March 3.
When the matter was called yesterday Singh’s attorney, Ainsley Lucky, applied for bail. However, court prosecutor Ramdath Phillip objected. He said Badree was listed in critical condition. He said she had been moved from the Intensive Care Unit at the San Fernando General Hospital to the Burns Unit.
Singh, 30, of Hermitage Village, San Fernando, is accused of setting his common-law wife on fire at their home. The matter was adjourned to April 23 to get an update on Badree’s condition.
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