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Why did Mario Deane have no defensive wounds? @one876 Featured

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While the police have charged two men with the murder of 31-year-old Mario Deane of Rosemount, St James who died as a result of injuries he received while in custody at the Barnett Street Police Station on Sunday, August 3, questions are being asked by human rights activists why his body had no defensive wounds. Why was he not able to defend himself? Had he been handcuffed while in the cell?
The men charged are 35-year-old Marvin Orr, labourer of Bestwell, Port Antonio, Portland, and 25-year-old Adrian Morgan, labourer of Petersville, Westmoreland.
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