December 7, 2022

The Editor speaks: You MUST come forward

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Colin Wilsonweb2There are persons in this community who know, or suspect, who the perpetrators are of the heinous sexual attack on two horses at the Equestrian Centre off Linford Pierson Highway.

Ten days ago a person or persons broke into the Equestrian Centre at night and entered the stalls of the two horses/pony, Charm and Jelly.

An object was inserted into the horses in a sexual attack that a normal person cannot comprehend.

These persons (or person) MUST be found as they are mentally depraved.

Mary Alberga, the owner of the stables summed it up perfectly when she said tearfully, “This heinous crime was perpetrated on two defenseless creatures – the most gentle of our animals. That anyone could perform such a horrendous act on a horse is beyond my comprehension.”

Just reading about it makes me feel sick.

The injuries to the 25 year old Charm were so severe she had to be euthanized after developing a severe infection from them.

Cayman is a small community and someone out there knows something of this incident.

I suspect initially the police did not place the incident very high on their list of priorities until the outpouring of rage from not only here but across the globe came pouring in.

The crime has become more serious since Charm has died as whoever carried out these acts will now be charged with unlawful killing.

Unfortunately, the punishment, if caught, prosecuted and sentenced, will not be enough to fit the crime upon two defenseless animals.

Animals that were used to teach beginners, mainly children, to ride.

The Equestrian Center’s Regina Nowak, who led riding classes for the youngest students, said Charm “didn’t bite, she didn’t kick, she didn’t spook. She gave the kids confidence.”

Everyone reading of this incident must be appalled. Someone reading this knows something. You MUST come forward.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the RCIPS at GTPS on 949-4222, x3010, 2923, or to call 936-9124. The public can also call Cayman CrimeStoppers on 800-8477.

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