Calaney Flowers walked free from murder and attempted murder Print E-mail
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Thursday, 30 March 2017 00:00

calaney flowers.jpg - 43.58 KbOn Friday, March 24, 2017, Calaney Flowers, charged with murder and attempted murder, walked free from the charges at the end of trial by judge before Justice Troadio Gonzalez.

Flowers was charged with the murder of her estranged boyfriend, Lyndon Morrison, and attempted murder of his new girlfriend, Sochyl Sosa.  Flowers was represented by Richard “Dickie” Bradley who successfully disproved the case.

Sosa was the crown’s only eye-witness against the defendant. According to the judge, Sosa’s oral testimony along with the prosecution’s evidence was only circumstantial. The judge was compelled to free Flowers of the charges as he felt there was no intention to kill either Morrison or Sosa.

According to Sosa, she told Morrison, whom she was travelling on a motorbike with, that Flowers was driving behind them. Morrison allegedly responded that given the speed they were travelling, it would be difficult to stop. Shortly thereafter, Sosa was flung into the air and Morrison died due to the impacts.

According to Sosa, Flowers bumped into the rear of the motorcycle. In Bradley’s counterargument, there were no dents, scratches, nor markings of any kind visible on Flowers’ car. According to Flowers, her vehicle was parked and at the instant of the accident, she rushed to inform Morrison’s mother that he had passed away in a collision.

Gonzalez freed Flowers of the charges made against her.

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