Condolences continue to pour in for murdered journalist Marcia Henville.
An autopsy done on the television talk show host on Monday revealed she died from injuries relating to multiple stab wounds to the
back , chop wound to the neck and blunt force trauma to the head.
The autopsy was done by pathologist Dr. Eastlyn Mac Donald Burris.
Ms. Henville died early Saturday after a fire gutted her bedroom her home in St. Augustine.
Her husband reportedly escaped with burns to his body and is presently warded under police guard at the Eric Williams Medical
In an interview with News Power Now this morning, personal friend Wendell Manwarren of the group 3 Canal revealed that while her
death was difficult to deal with, her legacy would continue to live on.
Another personal friend of Henville, Director of Gayelle the Channel Errol Fabien, disclosed that while people were critical of the
journalist, many benefitted from her diligence and compassion.
He said that many benefitted from the hard work she did during her career.
Director of Gayelle the Channel and personal friend of Henville Errol Fabien
Meanwhile, Henville’s death has sparked various views and emotions among many in society.
The issue of domestic violence and how women suffer in silence has topped these issues.
Former Prime Minister Basdeo Panday, in an interview with News Power now today said much more needs to be done to safe guard the nation’s women.
Mr. Panday in a Facebook comment said the country ought to establish several accessible and efficient counseling centers to educate the population.
Mr. Panday said Ms. Henville’s death was an absolute tragedy, adding that we as citizens must adopt an attitude of concern and action for the protection of women
FORMER PRIME MINISTER, BASDEO PANDAY