40 plus days, still no sign of justice for Leonardo Williams

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40 plus days, still no sign of justice for Leonardo Williams

It is no 40 days plus a since the brutal confrontation with police officers and 17-year-old Leonardo Williams of Beetham Gardens on July 2nd, Leo Williams father of Leonardo is still waiting on the law to provide closure to his son’s killing.

Williams speaking with IzzSo Media Ltd. at his  Beetham Gardens residence said it is two months and one week his son’s death and his heart still pains when he enters Leonardo  bedroom.

The Commissioner of Police (Ag), Mc Donald Jacob that justice will be served and his family will be safe.

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Leonardo was one of three persons, including Fabien Williams, 21, and Isaiah Roberts, 17, who were fatally shot on Chacon Street and Independence Square.

Williams said contrary to police reports on the incident his son was not carrying a weapon, nor was his son involved in criminal activity prior to the incident.

Neighbours and other grieving family members hosted a candlelight vigil on the street corner in Port-of-Spain for the young men who passed away.

IMAGES OF THE VIGIL

Leo Williams said to this day he is hoping for a call from the Commissioner on an update on his son’s case.

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