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Legal turn

Anesta Henry

Legal turn

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LEGAL BATTLES may be looming in the aftermath of the Campus Trendz tragedy.
Opportunities are being explored as to whether legal action can be taken against the “owner of the building and the operator of the store”.
This was the word from lawyer David Comissiong, founder of the September 3 Foundation that represents the families of Tiffany Harding, Kellishaw Ollivierre, Kelly-Ann Welch, Shanna Griffith, Nikkita Belgrave and Pearl Cornelius, who perished in the Tudor Street, Bridgetown boutique after it was firebombed on September 3, 2010.
Comissiong said the foundation was convinced that the six young women did not perish only because of the criminal actions of 22-year-old Renaldo Anderson Alleyne who was given six concurrent life sentences, and his accomplice, but also because the store had only one entrance/exit.