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Jan 9, 2023

Dickie Bradley Pores Over Michelle Brown’s Case Files

In the wake of the shocking murders of brothers Jon and David Ramnarace in Belmopan on New Year’s Eve, the Belize Police Department, under public pressure to revisit the case of Fareed Ahmad who died in the presence of former Woman Police Constable Michelle Brown, turned over a sheaf of documents to seasoned attorney Richard ‘Dickie’ Bradley. Over the weekend, Bradley perused a hundred and seventy pages which include eyewitness accounts, as well as other statements given to police investigators regarding the incident. This was done to determine whether Corporal Elmer Nah was ever mentioned as being a third person in the shooting incident involving the slain barber. According to Bradley Inspector Wilfredo Ferrufino led the investigation in the wake of the incident which occurred in Hattieville on December twenty-seventh, 2017.


Richard ‘Dickie’ Bradley, Attorney-at-law

Richard ‘Dickie’ Bradley

“Inspector Ferrufino, who was the inspector into the murder of Fareed Ahmad, said that he received a statement from the Professional Standards Branch from Raccoon Street and, as a consequence, he decided that he wanted to interview several members of the SAT which is the Special Assignments Team that WPC Brown belonged to and that Corporal Elmer Nah belonged to.  They both worked on December 27th, 2017 from out of this same Raccoon Street Station and, as you would know, it was later that night that this very, very unfortunate and disturbing incident occurred.  So several witnesses and those witnesses ranged from a member of the Belize Defense Force and a civilian traveling on the Western Highway, the George Price Highway and somewhere a little past the Hattieville Police Station, on a curve, they say a vehicle was coming in the opposite direction and they heard, one person heard three loud bangs.  The other heard the bang when the vehicle ran into a parked flatbed.  They were the first responders.”

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