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No leads in murder
12 months later
After one year and no justice, a La
Romain mother is calling on the police
to solve the murder of her son Mark
Kern Richardson who was gunned
down during a drive-by shooting at
Dottin Street, San Fernando.
Andrea Richardson said before her son
was killed, he expressed fear for his life
and was searching for another place to
"He had a fear where he was living. He
told me his life was not safe. That he could
not eat nor sleep. I don't know who the
enemy was but they moved him out in a
different way," Richardson said.
She said certain information was passed
on to the police but no one has ever been
held in connection with the crime which
took place on June 16, 2016. She said nu-
merous trips to the San Fernando police
seeking answers has borne no fruit to date.
"Every time I go to the station they keep
telling me to give them my name and ad-
dress and they will get back to me. That
has not happened."
Richardson said although her son had
a gun case in the court, which she claims
was a 'set up'
living the life of any gangster.
"He was no drug person. He was not
a bad person. He was always working,
taking care of himself, depending on no
one.He was employed with Peake's as an
air condition technician. He had dreams.
He wanted to do so many things, go back
to school to better himself so his family
could look up to him."
All of his dreams ended by the eight
bullets which entered his body on that
morning, she said. Saying that not one
day goes by without her grieving for him,
Richardson said that her son moved into
the Dottin Street apartment only six
months before he was killed. She said he
left his hometown of La Romain to avoid
"He was being taken advantaged of. I
saw with my own two eyes, two men run-
ning after him one day. They feel because
he did not have a father they dowhat ever
they wanted with him. That is why he
moved out on his own."
On June 17, she held a memorial service
at her hometo commemorate the first an-
niversary of his death in an attempt to get
"All I could do waskeep a little service
at home in memory of him to ask God to
make peace with his soul.
"Because after a whole year I am just
left wondering why he was killed and who
killed him. His killer(s) are out there free,
at large and laughing, having a good time
while my son is six feet under."
A senior police officer said the case is
Coromoto Godoy Calderon, Ambassador of Venezuela, centre, looks on as children from East Port-of-Spain
(Beetham Gardens, Sea Lots and environs) assist Aroldo Vidal, left, and Roberto Martinez, Military Attaché
of the Embassy of Venezuela in the planting of a poui tree on the compound of the embassy to mark the
206th anniversary of the independence of Venezuela on July 5. The poui is the national tree of Venezuela.
Andrea Richardson, Mark's mother, is
seeking justice for her son's death one
year later. PHOTO: KRISTIAN DE SILVA
Mark Richardson was murdered on June
PM's reason to reappoint
Marlene lacked substance
Fixin T&T says Prime Minister Dr
Keith Rowley's attempt on Monday
to justify his decision to reappoint
Marlene McDonald to ministerial
position was "incoherent, con-
temptuous and lacked substance."
Fixin T&T queried if the PM was
being "untruthful" when he initially
asserted McDonald was cleared by the
Integrity Commission (IC).
"Fixin T&T has no recollection and
can find no record of Dr Rowley making
mention, at that time, of the fact that
there are still matters regarding Ms Mc-
Donald engaging the IC's attention. It's
also troubling Dr Rowley again chose to
ignore the fact that Ms McDonald is also
the subject of a criminal investigation
by the police."
"Of immense concern is, Dr Row-
ley seemed to suggest that given the
power and resources of the IC and how
long they were taking with the Calabar
Foundation matter, he 'reasonably' had
no expectations of the Police investi-
gation; and so felt justified in returning
Ms McDonald to Cabinet "
"We find that dangerous and respect-
fully advise Dr Rowley that a criminal
investigation being conducted by the
Police just might extend past breaches
of the Integrity in Public Life Act."
The group also maintained the Op-
position should remove UNC Senator
Ramdeen from the Parliament also.
UNC Senate leader Wade Mark told
reporters the Opposition had no in-
formation Ramdeen is under IC probe.
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