Brother, accomplice charged with Malabar double murder
The trinidad Guardian / The lawyer representing the two men charged with the grisly Malabar double murder is confident that the case against his clients would be over before it gets to a judge and jury.

Fareed Ali made the bold claim as Solomon Baksh, 54 and Wayne Liverpool, 25, appeared in the Arima Magistrates Court charged with two offences of murder and robbery with aggravation.

Baksh, the younger brother of murder victim Haffiza Rose Mohammed, appeared dishevelled. He squeezed his fingers together as the charges laid by PC Danny Moonsammy of the Homicide Bureau were read to him by Magistrate Gillian Scotland.

His co-accused, Liverpool, unemployed, of North Eastern Settlement, Ojoe Road, Sangre Grande complained through his attorney of pain to his chest, back and legs.

Mohammed, 56, and her neighbour 13-year-old schoolboy Videsh Subar, were both found bound, with their throats slit at Mohammed’s Ajim Baksh Trace, Malabar, Arima home on June 28. Mohammed was the caretaker of Subar since he was a baby.

Baksh also lived at the same house.

Baksh, dressed in blue and yellow jersey, multi-coloured checkered three-quarters pants, with rubber slippers on his feet, and Liverpool dressed in orange jersey, blue jeans looked confused as Scotland read the charges.

They are accused of robbing the victims of cellphones, power tools, a flat-screen television, TT$10,000, US$900, jewelry among other items.

Both men were remanded into custody at the Golden Grove Prison, Arouca and are scheduled to return to court on August 14.

Brother, accomplice charged with Malabar double murder

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