‘Lives shattered’ when sister was killed
The sister of Kimberly Hinds has begged the court to make sure that justice is served for the killing of her sibling.
“On that day nine years ago we pretty much knew that the very fabric of our being had changed forever and the lives of her loved ones could never be the same,” Sharifa Hinds told the No. 2 Supreme Court.
“It is my deepest hope that the sentence imposed will reflect that justice for our loss has truly been served,” she added.
She was reading into evidence a letter she had penned to the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions.
It was in June last year that Conroy Anderson Ramsay, 36, of Goddings Road, Station Hill, St Michael, was convicted of unlawfully killing Kimberly Hinds, his ex-girlfriend, formerly of Rock Hall, St Thomas, on March 17, 2013. He was originally on trial for murder. (HLE)
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