Police Constable Brian Pacquette, a Dominican who served in St Kitts receives full military funeral yesterday
Police Constable Brian Pacquette, a Dominican who served in the police force in St Kitts & Nevis for ten years before his passing, received a full military funeral today. He was laid to rest at the Roseau Public Cemetery.
Pacquette was shot in the leg during a scuffle when he and another officer went to investigate a larceny report on 23rd June 2016 in St. Kitts.
He was flown to Trinidad for medical treatment, where the leg was later amputated. He passed away on July 18, 2016.
The dignitaries who were at the funeral included the Prime Minister of St. Kitts & Nevis Dr. Timothy Harris, Minister for Justice, Immigration and National Security Rayburn Blackmoore, and Opposition Leader Lennox Linton.
The Police Chief of St. Kitts and a full firing party and family members from Dominica, also attended the funeral.
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