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New court date set for alleged Westmoreland murderer of Trinidadian schoolteacher
2013-09-30 12:33:28 | (0 Comments)
Christopher Thomas, Gleaner Writer
A new trial date has been set for Ivan Taylor, the Westmoreland taxi operator charged with last year’s murder of Trinidadian schoolteacher Michelle Coudray-Greaves.
Taylor is now expected to go on trial on December 2.
When he appeared in the St James Circuit Court this morning his bail was also extended until the December date.
However, Taylor remains in police custody because he has not been able to take up the bail.
Justice Lloyd Hibbert this morning pushed back the trial date after the court was told that Taylor’s lawyer Stacy-Ann Young was absent because of illness.
Coudray-Greaves, who was the daughter of Trinidad and Tobago’s gender affairs minister, Marlene Coudray, went missing on June 1, 2012 – two days after returning to Jamaica from vacation in her homeland.
Her burnt remains were found in a cane-field near Montego Bay on June 11.
At the time of her disappearance, Coudray-Greaves was a Spanish teacher at Cornwall College in Montego Bay.
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