GOA: More than eight years after the 15-year-old British young Girl scarlett Keeling's body was found on Goa's Anjuna shoreline in the morning hours, the trial court is set to convey its decision for the situation today.
The Goa Children's Court is relied upon to declare the decision for the situation today, in which two shoreline shack laborers Samson D'souza and Placido Carvalho have been blamed for sexually ambushing Scarlett subsequent to giving her a cocktail of drugs and leaving her unconscious in the shallow waters. Her body was found in the early hours of February 19, 2008.
Scarlett's mom, Fiona MacKeown is back in India trusting her little girl would at long last get equity. "It has been long time of holding up. Sitting tight during the current day. I am anxious and trust that the battle and hold up will end," Fiona told Media.
The case was initially examined by the Goa police and was rejected as a suicide however it was later gave over to the CBI, which in the end documented the charge sheet against the two denounced. In the course of the trial, three public prosecutors and five judges have changed. An eyewitness, a British national, Michael Mannion, did not testify after he reportedly had a nervous breakdown.
Mr Mannion had told the police that he saw one of the two men sexually assaulting the teenager.Scarlett's death had thrown the spotlight on Goa's drug underbelly, with her mother also accusing the local police of trying to cover up the case, claiming there was a drugs mafia at work.