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El Tubazo TV | Cujoe’s Cousin: I do not trust the Justice System to solve Keithisha’s murder

Carisa Lee

Rel­a­tives of Kei­thisha Cud­joe 21 say they have no faith in the jus­tice sys­tem and be­lieve Cud­joe’s killing will re­main un­solved. 

“I could see it as an open and shut case, case closed right there, you know? Peo­ple go­ing to talk about it and like they say in Trinidad, af­ter nine days every­thing back to nor­mal,” said Kei­thisha’s cousin, who asked to re­main anony­mous. 

The de­com­posed body of the moth­er of one was found Heights of Aripo last Fri­day but she had on­ly been re­port­ed miss­ing on Sat­ur­day. On Tues­day, her rel­a­tives iden­ti­fied her at the Foren­sic Sci­ence Cen­tre by her shoes, glass­es and bits of cloth­ing

Carisa Lee

Rel­a­tives of Kei­thisha Cud­joe 21 say they have no faith in the jus­tice sys­tem and be­lieve Cud­joe’s killing will re­main un­solved. 

“I could see it as an open and shut case, case closed right there, you know? Peo­ple go­ing to talk about it and like they say in Trinidad, af­ter nine days every­thing back to nor­mal,” said Kei­thisha’s cousin, who asked to re­main anony­mous. 

The de­com­posed body of the moth­er of one was found Heights of Aripo last Fri­day but she had on­ly been re­port­ed miss­ing on Sat­ur­day. On Tues­day, her rel­a­tives iden­ti­fied her at the Foren­sic Sci­ence Cen­tre by her shoes, glass­es and bits of cloth­ing.

“Is like you re­al­ly don’t feel it un­til it re­al­ly hap­pens in your home,” he said. 

Her old­er cousin said he would do any­thing to as­sist in find­ing her killer. He said the en­tire fam­i­ly was still in shock. 

“I still try­ing to come to terms with it… I study­ing her moth­er,” he said. 

The 21-year-old grew up in Up­per Covi­gne Road in Diego Mar­tin and her cousin de­scribed her as a light-spir­it­ed, pos­i­tive woman, who was try­ing to mo­ti­vate her­self. 

“She wasn’t as for­tu­nate as oth­er young ladies to be grow­ing up in a well put home and stuff, so she was mak­ing the best of what she had… she was try­ing to keep she head on,” he said. 

He said the last time he saw her was at a fam­i­ly gath­er­ing last year where she greet­ed him with a lot of love. 

“You sup­pose to for­give and for­get al­right, but I would not for­give him right now.  Even­tu­al­ly, I would be­cause that is tot­ing a weight on you,” he said. 

He said he is will­ing to sup­port any group or march held not just for his cousin but for the pro­tec­tion of women in Trinidad and To­ba­go.