A new report says the police are investigating whether the daughter-in-law of a British billionaire was drinking and playing with the Belize police chief when he was shot. 38-year-old American Jasmine Hartin is married to the son of businessman Lord Michael Ashcroft.
According to reports, on Friday, his body was found in the waters near San Pedro Island, with a gunshot wound behind his right ear.
She drank for several hours with San Pedro Superintendent Henry Germot. Times of London. A law enforcement source said to the newspaper that the couple played with Germot’s gun on the dock before something serious went wrong.
According to reports, Hating was found “very upset and trembling” by a security guard who heard the gunfire. The police said it was found from the dock. According to the “Daily Mail” report, the victim’s sister, 55-year-old Marie Jemmott Tzul (Marie Jemmott Tzul), said she received news on Sunday night that she would file charges against Harding’s death.
“I received a call. I was told that she would be prosecuted. [Monday]], but they didn’t say what they were going to charge her,” Tzul told the news media. London lawyer Edward Fitzgerald (Edward Fitzgerald) was not involved in the case. According to the “Times” report, if Germot was accidentally killed in a “gunfight,” Harding is likely to be charged with manslaughter.
He said that in Belize, convictions for unintentional homicide will be severely punished, the most serious being 25 years. But he added: “In this case, the authorities may determine that the deaths were completely accidental, and they will not be charged.” An open investigation, but so far, we have no indication that there is a third party.”
He said that Harting, who was detained and refused to cooperate with investigators, is the main suspect. There is no explanation…will be regarded as the murderer,” he said.