October 18, 2018, 06:05:43 AM

Author Topic: Trinidad and Tobago Olympic sprinter held over hit and run death in Tobago  (Read 221 times)

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Saw another story on this actually naming Cedenio.
 Obviously no other witnesses, since body was found 3 days later. Police investigations real on the up, to ascertain it was Cedenio 3 months before. Wish they could be this good with all the other crimes, especially in the white collar workforce, that stares them in the face, with living victims and witnesses and yet goes unsolved and forgotten.

I hope it's not Cedenio, but if it actually is, brother we have to try and respect the word of the law and lady justice equally for everybody. :(

https://theworldnews.net/tt-news/machel-cedenio-questioned-over-hit-and-run-in-tobago-lenora-patrick-55-killed-three-months-ago




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Not "cleared" at all, which is why the tweets were swiftly deleted.

They are awaiting instructions from the DPP. This article explains clearly:

https://wired868.com/2018/10/04/cedenio-my-name-is-cleared-track-star-admits-to-being-held-over-tobago-road-fatality/
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