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Monday, 20 March 2017 18:30

Sea Lots Trio Clears The Air On WPC’s Murder – We Were Not Involved

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Akini Adams, Brian Mc Caulay and Abraham Lett are asking the public not to judge them, or their community of Sea Lots.

The three were held by police for several days in connection with the murder of WPC Nayasha Joseph, but were all released.

On Monday, Reporter Ian Wason and Cameraman Rodney David made their way into Sea Lots to speak to the trio.

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