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Murder Victims’ Families Still Seeking Answers

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Twenty families were honored at the first observance of Families for All Murder Victims Day.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Twenty families were honored at the first observance of Families for All Murder Victims Day.

For some, the event bringing a painful reminder of the reality that their loved one is no longer with them.

Mothers like Idame Russell. Russell have been searching for answers since 2014 after her son was murdered in August of that year.

Darnell Ferguson, who also lost her son to gun violence back in 2015, is still seeking answers.

Recently, Commissioner of Police Clayton Fernander reported an increased solvency rate in serious crimes, and says the police are doing all they can to bring accused persons to justice.

As for the families, they are hoping their cases are not forgotten.

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