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Munroe: No Evidence Bella Was Sexually Abused

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Amid the public furore over the shocking death of four-year-old D’yona ‘Bella’ Walker, National Security Minister Wayne Munroe refuted claims that the child was sexually assaulted. This, as police revealed she died as a result of blunt force trauma.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Amid the public furore over the shocking death of 4-year-old D’yona ‘Bella’ Walker, National Security Minister Wayne Munroe refuted claims that the child was sexually assaulted. This, as police revealed she died as a result of blunt force trauma.



While police remain tightlipped, National Security Minister Wayne Munroe says there is no evidence to suggest that four-year-old Bella Walker was sexually assaulted.

However, he stressed this in no way diminishes the physical assault that resulted in the little girl’s death.

Police confirmed late Tuesday night that the 4-year-old died as a result of blunt force trauma to the body, which resulted in multiple fractures.

Reports of Bella’s death triggered national outrage.

Munroe said with incidents like this, public outrage eventually fades with no results.

While there are no reports that Bella was sexually assaulted, House Speaker Patricia Deveaux spoke out on the matter.  

Marco City MP Michael Pintard also condemned the incident and said it’s time to send a clear message to perpetrators.

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