Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : February 3rd 2017 Contents Like so many young women desperate
for employment, Nadia Simms was
lured to a Santa Flora community with
the promise of a job, only to be mur-
dered and buried in a shallow grave
inside a bamboo patch.
Investigators believe she was raped
and strangled, but will have to wait on
the results of an autopsy scheduled
for today at the Forensic Science Cen-
tre, St James.
Markus Rodgers I hope people learn
from this. Only human resources can
recruit people for a job at a huge com-
pany like wasa and this can only be
Judith Alexander And even Monday
trough Friday you still have to be care-
ful I know of someone went on job in-
terview during the week and was rape.
Women please be careful.
Corey Daily Is ah good thing Trinidad
have hunters cause if wasnt for them
this girl would of gone missing like the
rest of women in Trinidad with no help
from the authorities
Jacqueline Benjamin Who did she go
to meet, please educate your children,
both youngmen and women, about
getting these false information re job
interviews. Condolences to her family.
Nades Arch Once found citizens
should deal with him! Sending a clear
message to the next culprit. So sad
TNT another daughter gone too soon.
Celine Bruce Another unfortunate
death of a woman of Trinidad and To-
bago. Where are the women's groups?
Shouldn't they be highlighting this
also? Human Trafficking, kidnapping
and crimes against women are on the
rise. Have they solved the murders of
Rachael Ramkissoon and Celine James
yet? So what, everything is about re-
cency? By next week we should move
on and forget about the innocent
lives that have already been taken in
Trinidad? Not to mention the doubles
man, making an honest living. Where
are the preventative measures? What
is being put in place to fight crime? All
Lou Sandy Females are hearing what's
happening out there...you mean they
will still go somewhere with a stranger
or someone they hardly know....it's sad
that this woman waskilled this way...
please females don't put your lives in
Dianne Bajoon We all should be pe-
titioning to have a proper forensic lab
in this country. That's the only way
we will be able to get justice for these
crimes. No amount of posts or com-
ments can help solve anything. This
man is clearly aware of how our sys-
tem works here so he's not admitting
to anything other than he last saw
her alive and left in a car. The proof is
right there on her body, even under
her nails, but we do not have the labs
to do no testing. We need this now.
Too many murderers walking out on
technicalities. They no longer afraid or
have a conscience to admit they guilty
so don't expect they would .
No more pain and
suffering for Angelo
Trinidad's well known author and his-
torian Angelo Bissessarsingh has died.
His dad Rudolph, confirmed that An-
gelo died around 10 am today after
living with pancreratic cancer for two
years, after he was diagnosed with the
Petal Montague-Sylvester A lot of
people still don't know about this man
and how valuable he was to this coun-
try... He was a true patriot. May he rest
in perfect peace...
Korey Vincent At such a young age
Mr. Angelo Bissessarsingh has left his
mark with significant contributions
in the field of history and research
on Trinidad and Tobago. I trust that
the relevant authorities would do
their part in ensuring that his works
receive the recognition and attention
it deserves. My heartfelt condolences
to his grieving family and relatives at
this time, May his soul rest in eternal
peace. Gone to soon...
Patrice Khan A true patriot/historian.
Garcia Mary Condolences to his fami-
ly. Will miss his work, but will continue
reading the history he has left us.
Maureen Bless James May your soul
RIP, others may take a page from His
book, in that although he was down he
put up a fight to accomplish his pur-
pose and to encourage others.
Tony Dummett Condolences to his
family. Rest in Eternal Peace Angelo.
You fought the good fight and came
up trumps.......Great Historian. Your leg-
acy is ensured.
Friday, February 3, 2017 guardian.co.tt
HUNTERS FIND NADIA'S BODY
IN BAMBOO PATCH
A police officer assists undertakers to remove the body of Nadia Simms which was discovered in Santa Flora.
PHOTO: RISHI RAGOONATH
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