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2 witnesses testify in Moses murder trial

By ALEXANDER BRUZUAL Thursday, April 21 2011

THE TRIAL where it is alleged that Ramdaye Ramdass Moses was killed in 2002 by Vaughan Smith on the instruction of her husband Raymond Moses, continued yesterday in the Port-of- Spain Assizes, with the court hearing testimony from two new witnesses.

Smith and Moses, both from Sangre Grande, appeared before Justice Malcolm Holdip, jointly charged for the 2002 murder. Smith was represented by defence attorney Evans Welch and instructing attorney Amanda LaCaille. Moses was represented by Mervyn Mitchell. Both men have pleaded “not guilty” to the charge.

The State was represented by Prosecutor Jeron Joseph. At yesterday’s hearing, the court heard testimony from Police photographer Pamela Persad, Sgt Paul, and Ramdaye’s neighbour Ricardo Pascall.

Pascall told the court that he had heard several loud screams and noises coming from her home. He said he even heard Ramdaye calling out to him saying “neighb, neighb.” However, he said he was at home with his wife and children and was afraid to go outside.

In fact he did not go to investigate the sound of the noises until the following morning, where he found blood stains against the front of his yard. Following the trail, he found the body of the deceased lying in front of her home. A rope which he had used earlier to hold up a post was around Ramdaye’s neck, and she bore multiple stab injuries. All three witnesses were cross-examined by Welch at length. The case continues today.

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