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Jul 6, 2020

Murder Case of Steven Moss Gets Underway

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The murder case of Steven Moss got underway today before Supreme Court Justice Colin Williams in a trial without a jury. But while the case was set to start, it had to be adjourned until Tuesday because the prosecution’s main witness failed to show up to testify.  Justice Williams adjourned the matter to give the prosecution more time to locate its witness.  In the meantime, the statements of four witnesses were admitted into evidence.  These include two crime scene technicians—the person who identified the victim, and a police officer. Moss, a construction worker of Queen Charlotte Street in Belize City is accused of the murder of thirty-one old Daniel Anderson, who was shot dead in the wee hours of Sunday, October first, 2017 in front of Bismark Club on Queen Charlotte Street. At the time, Anderson was with friends at a birthday celebration when a dispute erupted between Anderson and others.  The dispute ended up outside where Anderson was shot in the chest. Others at the event were also wounded, though not fatally. Moss is being defended by Attorney, Oscar Selgado, while Crown Counsel Riis Cattouse is leading the case for the prosecution.

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