The deaths of two suspects in Andrea Bharatt’s killing have garnered very little public sympathy, but one constitutional law attorney says the rights of suspects, to be considered innocent until guilty, should not be forgotten. Martin George says he understands the public is hurting over the murder of Andrea Bharatt and admits the judicial system is flawed. Reporter Sharlene Rampersad brings us this report.
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