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Mystery over man’s death


Maria Bradshaw

Mystery over man’s death

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The?family?of Leroy Forde, whose decomposing body was found on Sunday behind a business place in Spooners Hill, St Michael, say they are puzzled over his three-week disappearance and death.
Grieving family members said they were still trying to understand how Forde, 83, was able – according to reports – to climb over a ten-foot wall at the nursing home where he was taken on November 7, the same day he went missing.
In addition, they want to know why he was placed at the institution without the permission and consent of his family members.
Speaking to the MIDWEEK?NATION yesterday, nieces Suzan Forde and Rhonda and Yolanda Robinson as well as nephew Colin Forde, said they were also considering suing certain people over the death of their uncle.
Rhonda said the family was shocked to learn that Forde had gone missing from Cyralene’s Senior Citizens Home in Accommodation Road, Bush Hall, St Michael, because they were not even aware he had been taken to a home.

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