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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Friday, October 25, 2013
A 44-year-old man convicted of behead-
ing an elderly couple in 1999 refused to
listen to his lawyers advice yesterday and
instead chose to represent himself in his
The move seemed to leave the three Appeal
Court judges baffled, causing them to ask
repeatedly if he was sure of his decision.
"You may be depriving yourself from a
possible opportunity... it may not help but
it can t hurt," Justice Paula Mae Weekes said.
After Mukesh Chandradath was given a
few minutes to rethink his decision, he said:
"I have considered this for years but the
answer is no."
When he appeared yesterday morning, his
attorneys Keith Scotland and Daniel Khan
said he had refused their suggestion that he
should undergo a psychiatric evaluation.
Chandradath said his previous defence
attorneys had ignored his instructions and
he wanted to raise the legal issues he pointed
out to them in his appeal.
Yesterday Scotland and Khan agreed to
contact the Legal Aid and Advisory Board
and the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP)
to explore the possibility of having a lawyer
give Chandradath legal advice.
The judges and attorneys all agreed that
Chandradath s appeal will have to be redrafted
by his legal adviser as it did not fit the court s
Appellate judges Alice Yorke Soo Hon and
Rajendra Narine also sat on the panel.
The State was represented by Senior Coun-
sel Dana Seetahal.
No date was fixed for the next hearing.
This appeal is Chandradath's second. In
October 2003, he was convicted by a 12-member
jury, but successfully appealed and a retrial was
In May 2011 he was again convicted of the
He was found guilty of murdering Selwyn
Grant, 65, and his 70-year-old wife Ursula Innis,
at their home at Syne Village, Penal, in 1999.
Innis's headless body was found in the bathtub
by her grandson and her head was found in a bag
floating inside a water tank the next day.
Grant's body was found under an abandoned
tank in the yard. His head was in a bag tied with
Killer refuses lawyer at appeal
A Laventille mother is seeking
the public s help in finding her
daughter, who was reported miss-
ing on October 12.
Angelica Joseph, a Form Two stu-
dent at Mucurapo West Secondary,
was last seeing wearing a orange
jersey, blue jeans and blue sneak-
ers.In an interview yesterday at
Guardian s Port-of-Spain office,
Joseph s mother, Kenresha Phillip,
of East Dry River, Port-of-Spain,
said she left for Tobago the day
before Joseph went missing.
Her daughter attended cadets
training on October 12, and was last
seen by other relatives in San Juan
that day. Phillip said Angelica called
her around 5 pm that day and told
her she was going to see an aunt in
Arima and her grandfather in San
Juan. When Joseph did not return
home, a report was made to police
at the Besson Street station.
Police said Joseph has a history
of leaving home. Anyone with infor-
mation on her whereabouts can
contact 393-2245, 709-2513 or the
nearest police station.
Mom seeks help to find missing daughter
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