Serial killers in court tomorrow afternoon

POSTED: 09/13/11 12:52 PM

GREAT BAY, St. Maarten – The two suspects in the killings of Ludovic Guillevin, Eduardo Nova Valdez and Foidel Luis will stand trial starting tomorrow afternoon at two o’clock. The two men, Curtley Allison R., 31, and Sherwan R., 20, are also suspected of raping a woman and of two violent robberies.
The trial was originally scheduled to begin at nine o’clock, but the memorial service for the deceased detective Anthony Elisabeth that is scheduled for tomorrow morning, made the court alter its program. The trial will now almost certainly continue on Thursday.
In July the two suspects were transported from the Pointe Blanche Prison to Curacao for psychiatric observation. The suspects are considered to be hardened criminals.
Ludovic Guillevin, who was the cook of the luxury yacht Cheetah Moon was killed during the night of February 25 to 26 in Mullet Bay, where the killers hit and kicked their victim, stabbed him multiple times with a knife, jumped on his chest, hit him with a large rock against his head and attempted to set his shirt on fire.
In the night from March 3 to 4 Eduardo Nova Valdez was killed on the Cakehouse Road. He was also hit and kicked, stabbed several times with a knife and hit on his head with a large stone. The next morning Foidel Louis was killed near Learning Unlimited. The modus operandi was the same as the one used for the Valdez killing.
Both Nova Valdez and Louis were kidnapped by the killers and robbed of their possessions.
During the night of February 12 to 13 the same defendants are accused of raping a woman whom they had grabbed by her hair, forced in their car and driven to a remote location, On the crime scene they attempted to strangle the woman, before they started hitting her, dragging her out of the car and undressing her. They ended up raping the woman several times.
On that same day the suspects lured a man into their car whom they also took to a remote location. They attempted to strangle their passenger, hit him several times, dragged him out of their car, kicked him and finally beat him unconscious. They took their victim’s possessions, consisting of a cell phone, a bag containing several sandwiches and six bibles, and $40 in cash.
Eleven days later the two suspects were at it again. They robbed a man whom they grabbed by his head, then showed him with a firearm and forced him into their car. They robbed the man of a laptop, a memory stick, a passport, a cell phone, a wallet containing $470 and a bag of clothing.

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