Callous Killing of Baby Etana Bennett in Belize
July 25, 2018 | Brainwave Science
As it was reported by Breaking Belize News a 4-year-old baby had been shot to the right temple while she slept around 2 a.m. on Sunday, July 22, 2018.
Police confirmed that a lone shooter entered the family’s yard on Gill Street and opened fire on the house, injuring baby Etana and her mother 23-year old Alva Moody.
While Moody received gunshot wounds to the buttocks, right lower thigh, and a graze to the abdomen; police believe the intended target was her common-law husband Roy Bennett, who has had attempts made in his life before.
Roy Bennett escaped from the ordeal unharmed and Moody has since been released from the hospital.
Baby Etana died on 24th of July 2018 in evening at the KHMH while undergoing treatment.
Due to the small population and high per capita murder rate, Belize consistently ranks among the top 10 countries in the world for homicides, according to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. Can there be any means by which Belize Police Department as well as the Ministry of National Security, Belize can help bring crime rate down. How can law enforcement agencies in Belize make it a safe place to live where innocent kids like Etana are not random victims of such senseless and callous killing to justice?
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Main Source: breakingbelizenews.com