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"What did we miss?"
This is the question that now
haunts the family members of
Amanda Morris after an autopsy
revealed Morris and her two sons
were murdered and her husband,
Lyndon Beharry, committed sui-
Morris s eldest sister, Cadine
Mohammed, who lives in Claxton
Bay, said the family was baffled by
The family of four were found in
a bedroom of their New Jersey home
on Tuesday by emergency personnel
who responded to a fire at the res-
Morris, 29, and Beharry, 35 were
in a 12-year common law relation-
ship. Their sons---Brandon, seven,
and Brian, four, were born in New
"What sign did we miss? This is
what is hitting us hard. We didn t
have a thought to say they had a
problem that he would have done
this," Mohammed told the T&T
"We don t know how to think, I
am still trying to wrap my head
around it. The baffling part is we
never saw any sign; there was no
indication of anything like this."
Mohammed said the photos of
the family on the Guardian s front
page on Wednesday were taken dur-
ing a family trip to Atlantic City two
"The pictures of them on the
front page, you look at those and
tell me if you can see anything
wrong with that family? Those pic-
tures were taken just weekend gone,
when they went on a family trip."
As for the murder weapon, a gun,
Mohammed said her guess was as
good as anyone else s.
"We have no idea where he could
have gotten a gun. I know my sister
and I know she would not allow a
gun in the house with her children."
Mohammed said as the eldest of
five sisters, she helped take care of
Morris while they were growing up.
However, she may not get to tell her
sister goodbye as she is experiencing
problems with arrangements to trav-
el to the US for the funerals.
"I went to the US embassy, but
they told me there are no special
considerations for times like these.
I don t think I ll be able to say good-
bye to my baby sister."
Although a date has not been set
for the funerals, Mohammed fears
her time is running out.
"I had overstayed my time the
last time I was in the US and now
sister one last time."
She said the family would most
likely be cremated together in New
The Oilfields Workers
Trade Union (OWTU) has
launched a campaign in the
to discourage residents from
voting for the UNC s candi-
date David Lee.
Armed with flyers and a
public announcement system,
president general Ancel Roget
and union executives took to
the streets to spread their
Roget, who spoke with
journalists at St Margaret s
Junction, Claxton Bay, said
the purpose of the campaign
was to remind constituents of
the neglect they had faced
under the People s Partnership
MP Errol Mc Leod, a former
president general of the
"We intend to go as far as
time will permit us to go
throughout the PP constituen-
cy to remind the members of
these communities the type
of representation they got
from the UNC," Roget said.
"The type of representation
they got from an MP who
came to them on the last
occasion and I m certain that
they would remember five
years ago Errol Mc Leod com-
ing to them asking them for
their vote and they didn t see
him after that."
Roget said Mc Leod turned
his back on residents and Lee
would do the same.
"So all of the problems they
experienced, Mc Leod would
have turned their backs on
them. Today you have a sim-
ilar situation where you have
an outsider, someone who
does not live in the con-
stituency, but coming again
for their vote and support to
be their MP."
Roget said the OWTU
wanted residents to search
their consciences before cast-
ing their votes.
"We want to remind them
of all of these issues that at
the end of the day will affect
their level of governance and
we want to ask them to search
their conscience and not vote
for the UNC, vote out Kamla
and vote out any representa-
tive that comes representing
the UNC." (SR)
Murder/suicide in New Jersey
Autopsy shows wife, kids shot dead
OWTU launches anti-UNC
campaign in Pointe-a-Pierre
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Roget said he had information that contracts
were being drawn up and signed in Petrotrin
before the general election on Monday.
"We have the facts where Petrotrin today has
been raped and plundered through corruption.
As we speak right now they are hurriedly
signing up contracts that will guarantee them
money in their pockets for the next five years,"
"On the eve of a general election you have a
state-owned company signing up contracts,
awarding contracts, putting money in the
pockets of their friends guaranteeing a better
quality of life for them."
Commenting on fluctuating oil prices, Roget
said the damage would not be caused by falling
prices, but rather falling production.
"I think what will affect the economy even
worse is that in the face of falling oil prices we
have falling volumes in terms of the amount of
barrels of oil we produce daily. That is what we
are faced with and we are faced with that
simply because of bad management."
He said when Petrotrin underperformed, the
treasury and the people in the areas
surrounding the company suffered.
"So that when Petrotrin is underperforming it
is people from St Margaret's, Claxton Bay, and
Marabella that immediately suffer but more
importantly the entire country suffers because
Petrotrin cannot make its contributions to the
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