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Cedros couple’s murder saddens Coudray

Thursday, January 9 2014

Local Government Minister Marlene Coudray yesterday visited the bereaved family of murder victims, Krishna and Radha Ramdeen, to offer condolences on behalf of Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar.

“The couple were UNC supporters and as the deputy political leader of the UNC, I went on behalf of the party and the Prime Minister,” Coudray told Newsday.

She said the murders brought back the memory of the loss she suffered too when her daughter, Michelle, was murdered in Jamaica in 2012.

Relatives said the Ramdeens, who were found chopped to death on Tuesday, will be cremated on Friday following a funeral service at their home in Fullerton, Cedros.

Krishna, 62, and Radha, 57, were found dead by their son Ravi, 27, when he went to help them operate their mini-mart and bar, called White Diamond.

Radha suffered “acute oxygen deprivation” along with multiple chop wounds to her head, face and wrists, while her husband had multiple chop wounds to his head, forensic pathologist Dr Valery Alexandrov concluded after performing autopsies on the couple at the Forensic Science Centre, St James, yesterday.

The fishing community continues to mourn their deaths.

The couple are parents of four adult children and grandparents of eight children.

Ravi found his parents dead in their bedroom. His mother had a plastic bag over her head and an electrical cord around her neck.

Police said yesterday they are yet to determine a motive for the brutal killings.

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