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Jul 8, 2020

Steven Moss is Freed

Steven Moss

In the court, the murder case of Steven Moss fell apart for the prosecution, when Supreme Court Justice Colin Williams dismissed the charge against him. A discharge warrant was prepared and tonight, Moss is a free man. The twenty-six-year-old was charged for the October 2017 murder of Delbert Anderson in front of Bismark Club on Queen Charlotte Street in Belize City. The trial began on Monday, July sixth, but was adjourned to give the prosecution an opportunity to locate its main witness, Angela Underwood. Two days later, a bench warrant could not be issued to Underwood and the evidence provided by Doctor Mario Estradaban was not enough to pin Moss to the crime. With that, Judge Williams dismissed the charge and Moss was freed. Appearing in court was defense attorney, Oscar Selgado; Riis Cattouse, assisted by Romi Wade, represented the crown.

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