Scarlett's mother hopes for justice as Cong Govt not in power

INDIAN EXPRESS, PANAJI | 24 August 2016 20:12 IST

Eight years after her daughter found dead in Goa, British national Fiona Mackeown says she would never dare to holiday in the coastal state again though she would love to explore rest of India as a tourist.

“I won’t feel like coming on a holiday now. I am not feeling safe at this moment. May be other parts of India, I can visit. 

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Michael Mannion who is the key witness of the alleged physical attack on Scarlett has suffered a nervous breakdown after his experiences in Goa.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1688848/men-accused-of-murdering-brit-teen-scarlett-keeling-in-india-may-walk-free-after-witness-refuses-to-talk

It is a very hard experience for these foreigners when they deal with our police and court systems. It is hard enough for we Indians.

- Pete, UAE | 31 st August 2016 19:46

 

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