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22-Month-Old Boy's Death a Homicide, D.O.J. Says; A DHS Examination Obtained by the Consortium Found…

Ernice Gilbert | July 22, 2020

Attorney General Denise George on Tuesday told the press that 22-month-old Tamir Lake was killed after being struck in the head resulting in "blunt force trauma," which Ms. George — citing an autopsy which took well over two months to produce — dated back to December 2018. As a result, the boy had a seizure while at the Queen Louise Home for Children over a year later, and died on May 5, 2020, the territory's attorney general said. At the time, he was in the custody of the Dept. of Human Services. The case was ruled a homicide by the D.O.J., and Ms. George said it would be turned over to the Virgin Islands Police Department for further investigation. No one was charged. Ms. George on Monday night had announced that a press conference giving details of the autopsy, even before D.O.J. contacted the mother of the child to share the results,…

Schneider Hospital CEO Says Anything Below $25 Million…

Kia Griffith | July 02, 2020

At the Committee on Finance's fiscal year 2021 budget hearing on Wednesday, Schneider Regional Medical…

JFL Owed Debt of Over $8.3 Million From Various Government…

Kia Griffith | July 01, 2020

At a Committee on Finance meeting on Tuesday, Senator Donna Frett-Gregory addressed serious collection…

Juan Luis Hospital Resumes Elective Surgeries

Staff Consortium | June 26, 2020

The Juan F. Luis Hospital and Medical Center said recently it has resumed elective surgeries and outpatient…

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