Film casts new light on prosecutor attack

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January 11, 2019

 

LAVITA Thurston outfitted her home with surveillance cameras in December, three years after her daughter was killed on her front porch.
She hopes footage from those cameras will save two of her sons from prison after they were accused of attacking a prosecutor, Joel Seymour, on Sunday.

LAVITA Thurston outfitted her home with surveillance cameras in December, three years after her daughter was killed on her front porch.

She hopes footage from those cameras will save two of her sons from prison after they were accused of attacking a prosecutor, Joel Seymour, on Sunday.

 

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News date : 01/11/2019    Category : About Bahamians, Crime, Tribune Stories

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