Killings at Chaguaramas boardwalk …”BLAMED FOR A MURDER”

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One of the men killed at the Chaguaramas Boardwalk on Sunday night, was blamed for a murder in the Carenage district in June.

Fabien Williams was accused of killing Jelani Warner at L’Anse Mitan, Carenage, on June 11. Warner’s friends started to search for Williams.

Last Friday, shots fired at Williams, but he escaped unharmed.

On Sunday night while liming with friends at the boardwalk, Williams was spotted by a group of men.

They pounced on Williams and instead of shooting their target, they also killed two others and wounded three others including an eight year-old boy.

Apart from Williams, Andrew Francis and Kedel Osborne also died.

Around 7.15 pm, two gunmen opened fire on a group of limers on the boardwalk.

Francis’ common-law wife, Patricia Chang, said her three-week-old daughter Asia is now fatherless and believes Francis was killed simply for being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Francis, 39, who was from Mamoral Number 2, was visiting friends at the beach.

His sister Margaret Logan said her brother was killed three months to the day after their mother’s death and she was heartbroken at the news.

“It’s really hard. Today would have been three months since our mother died from heart failure, and to know this happened was all the more difficult.

“He was a good man, a gardener. He liked working with his hands. We are all trying to cope with the loss.”

Osborne, Sea View Terrace, Carenage, was considered a suspect in the murder of Neil James in May.

His family denied this and said Osborne was killed because of his friendship with residents of Haig Street. They believe gang members who were monitoring him were tipped off about where he was.

A relative said, “He basically got shot and killed for talking to someone. Guys from one area aren’t supposed to have friends and talk to guys from another where we are.

“Some of the fellas who were watching him told the others that he was liming with his friends by the boardwalk and they came and got them.”

Eve described her son as a “hustler” and said despite previous incidents with the law, he was working to change his life for the better.

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