New Delhi: Slain British teenager Scarlett Keeling‘s mother on Friday expressed shock over Goa Children’s Court’s verdict for acquitting the two accused in the case.
“I don’t have faith in the justice system here to give us justice, anymore,” she said.
Keeling’s mother also accused CBI of indulging in corrupt practices.
“I had some hope in CBI but it is clear that either they are incompetent or corrupt & I believe they are not incompetent,” she said.
If international tourist comes to Goa and gets murdered, they have no hope for justice in this system: Scarlett Keeling’s mother pic.twitter.com/2reTrPOD6X
— ANI (@ANI_news) September 23, 2016
Two beach shack workers Samson D’Souza and Placido Carvalho were acquitted by the Goa Children’s Court President Vandana Tendulkar earlier in the day.
D’Souza and Carvalho were accused of sexually assaulting Keeling and leaving her to die at North Goa’s popular Anjuna beach in 2008.
First Published | 23 September 2016 6:04 PM