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SHAQUILL MEDLEY- Aged 12 years & DEIRDRA MEDLEY - Aged 15 years - Bamboo, Hanover (Jamaica)

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Post  Twiglet on Fri Sep 19, 2008 9:29 am

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Very sad article. Someone has lost loved ones. Please take a moment to think of those distressed in Jamaica at this time


DEIDRA MEDLEY - AGED 15 YEARS

SHAQUILLA MEDLEY - AGED 12 YEARS

Jamaica Gleaner Paper

7 February 2008

Skeletal remains in Hanover-Believed to be those of missing children



Valrie Heedham, of the nearby Bamboo district, is convinced that the remains are those of her 15-year-old niece Diedra Medley and her 12-year-old brother, Shaquile Medley,who both went missing on July 21, 2007, and have not been seen since.

"I recognise the silver chain, some of the clothes and the hairpiece," said a tearful Ms Heedham. "I really do believe it is them."

However, Michael Medley, the father of the missing children, who came home from Canada to search for them when he got the news that they were missing and has been looking for them since, is not yet willing to concede that the remains are those of his children.

"The size match those of Diedra and Shaquile but I can't say it is them, or I don't want to believe it is them," said Medley. "Right now I am confused and I really don't know what to think."

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Jamaica Observer

27 February 2008

Too Few happy Endings of Missing Children



Last September, the Sunday Observer highlighted the distress and mental anguish Lurline Ewan had been experiencing since her two grandchildren - 11-year-old Shaquille Medley and his 14-year-old sister, Deidra - vanished without a trace, after leaving their home in Bamboo, Hanover to go to Montego Bay to purchase toys on July 21 of last year.

11-year-old Shaquille Medley's skeletal remains were found along with his sister's in bushes in Hanover on Ash Wednesday.

On February 6 (Ash Wednesday), when most Jamaicans were getting ready to kick-start their annual 40-day observation of the Lenten season, Ewan, 58, received the worst news imaginable from the Montego Bay police: the skeletal remains of her grandchildren were found in bushes in an area known as Flint River in Hanover. The harsh reality that the extensive seven-month search for the missing children by family members and the police had come to a tragic conclusion has been a terrible truth to swallow for Ewan, who suffers from multiple health issues.

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