There has been a life sentence for the man who murdered Antiguan Taitu Goodwin in Anguilla in September 2019.
Glenville Hodge was given the maximum sentence for the offence in the court in Anguilla this morning.
Goodwin’s life was cut tragically short when she was stabbed to death in her Anguillan home by Hodge.
Father of the deceased and Antigua and Barbuda’s former ambassador to Cuba, Bruce Goodwin says the family is relieved to have received justice from the process.
Goodwin was a law student, former Miss Anguilla, and had participated in the Jaycee’s Caribbean Queen Show in Antigua as well as several other regional pageants.
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Sigh….. a senseless wicked act and loss of valuable life
You just jealous you didn’t get any attention from him. But you just nar get no attention from nobody else either. Probably because your life not valuable tall. Not even the stripper pole for your hole.
This should be the same for the man who took the life of Miss V. James.
When these senseless killings happen, it should make us realize and pause, take a good look at how we bring up our young boys/girls, and what we teach them about relationships and how to handle themselves. And we need institutions to support them. Such as counselling? Anger Management and Conflict Resolution. We brush these things aside and only when the worst happens do we act shocked. But these things do not happen suddenly. Now a young woman and a young man lost their lives. Let us act now with urgency and pay attention to the social issues our children are dealing with. And I can tell you, Covid had a devastating effect on our children. They need to vent it out and not keep it inside. Many lost family members and friends suddenly. They may resort to the use of drugs and alcohol. Or they manifest it in strange social behavior. And we seem to have stigmatized people seeking mental help in our small society.
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