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Lord Ashcroft’s daughter-in-law accused of shooting Belize policeman
The daughter-in-law of British political and business titan Lord Michael Ashcroft was charged Monday with negligent manslaughter in the shooting death of a senior police official in Belize. 38, comes three days after her initial detention – after being found spattered with blood on a dock where she and Superintendent Henry Jemmott had been alone after curfew. police said. Jemmott, 42, was found dead in the water with a gunshot wound behind his ear. Police said the weapon used was his service pistol. According to local reports, Hartin suggested to officers who responded that Jemmott could have been shot by a passing boat and then ceased to cooperate with investigators while one of the best lawyers in the country was chosen for her. was arrested Monday evening, the bail was refused by the magistrate, although she can ask a higher court to release her, according to the news channel of the channel Belize TV Channel 7, the daughter-in-law of the British billionaire questioned in the death of the Belize police officer, Chester Williams, Belize police commissioner, told reporters. that Hartin provided a statement but declined to provide details about his account. “We cannot say that we have a clear understanding of what happened because we were not there,” he said. “The only two people who could have said that are the deceased and Mrs. Hartin. The deceased is dead. He cannot speak for himself. The dead man has no history. Mrs. Hartin gave her version of what it is. ‘she said happened. “Hartin, a Canadian who lives in Belize, is the wife of Andrew Ashcroft, Lord Ashcroft’s youngest son. The elder Ashcroft is a billionaire known as one of the major donors to the British Conservative Party which also has huge business interests in Belize and recently donated a fully equipped gym to the Police Department. Director of Lifestyle and Experience at Alaia Belize, a resort luxury developed by her husband, Jemmott had five children and was engaged. His family demanded answers about what happened on the pier and dismissed any suggestion that he might have committed suicide. “My brother loved life, he loved life. He was passionate about his job. He did his job with His integrity and that is how he also loved his family, ”his sister, Marie Jemmott Tzul told reporters. Register now! Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside delves deeper into the stories that matter to you. Learn more.