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A Decision in the Grand Bahama ‘Missing boys’ cases to be Announced

A decision is finally being made in a murder case from the Bahamas in 2002-2003. Cordell Farrington will find out what his fate is in the five pending murder cases as to if each case will be tried separately or as one. The cases became known as the Grand Bahama “missing boys”.

Farrington, 38, is accused of causing the death of Jamaal Kareem Robins, 22, between July and August 2002. He is also accused of killing Grand Bahama school boys Mackinson Colas, 12; Junior Reme, 11; DeAngelo McKenzie 13; and Desmond Rolle, 14. The boys, who became known as the Grand Bahama “missing boys,” disappeared between May and September 2003.

A decision was expected to be handed down by Acting Chief Justice Anita Allen last Friday, but the matter was adjourned to Monday at 10 a.m.
(The Freeport News)

Crucial Decision Expected In Case Of Murdered Boys

Before a 12-member jury can begin to hear evidence in the case of Cordell Farrington, who is facing five counts of murder in one of Grand Bahama’s most notorious mysteries, Senior Justice Anita Allen must make a crucial ruling.
(The Bahama Journal)

June 20th, 2006 at 02:51pm Posted by | Crime/Murder | no comments

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