A man who went missing earlier this month was found dead on Monday.His body was identified by relatives yesterday at the Forensic Science Centre in St James. His name was given as Christian Guillium, 26, of Pregnancy Lane, La Puerta, Diego Martin.
But in a bizarre turn of events for the family, Guillium’s relatives are questioning how a newspaper report could have carried an article on March 11 claiming that his decomposing body was found in a cemetery in Petit Valley. “We find this to be very strange and we are going to contact an attorney on this report,” Guillium’s relative said. The article was not a T&T Guardian article.
“We would like to know where this information came from and who they would have gotten the information from,” the relative added. The relative told the T&T Guardian that Guillium’s body was found down a precipice at Mamoral on Monday at about 3.15 pm.
She added that he went missing on March 1.She also added that they got a message from him that same day informing them who he was with and what he found to be suspicious.
“He called a family member and said that the person he was with was acting strange and was cold sweating. He said he just wanted us to know who he was with in case anything should happen to him. He was never seen or heard of since. We even reported him missing to the police,” the relative said.
She added that Guillium received several threats from people in the area and made several reports to the police at the Four Roads Police Station. “Well it look like the police did nothing because he went missing after receiving the numerous death threats.
After he went missing we kept getting calls that he was dead but only found out that his body was found in Mamoral on Monday,” the relative added.
An autopsy report revealed that Guillium died from multiple stab wounds to the back.
Source: www.gaurdian.co.tt (Rhondor Dolwat)