Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Grenada
Report on certain political events
which occurred in Grenada 1976-1991

VOLUME ONE

PART 5

THE BODIES/REMAINS CONTINUES

Section 8:

[the text reads] PLEASE FIND ATTACHED THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS AS THEY RELATE TO THE BODIES/REMAINS

  1. CHAPTERS 2-6 FROM THE BOOKLET: UNDER THE COVER OF DARKNESS: BY THE YOUNG LEADERS OF PRESENTATION COLLEGE 2000 AND 2002 - GRENADA (USED BY PERMISSION OF THE AUTHORS)
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[The T.R.C. Report has a recommendation, following the 8 double-column booklet insertion pages, as below]

RECOMMENDATION

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission strongly recommends that the relevant authority or authorities, in collaboration with the families of those who were executed on Fort Rupert on October 19th, 1983, as well as all concerned Grenadians, should make serious efforts to ascertain the exact whereabouts of those remains from the moment they were dug up at Camp Calivigny. Efforts must also be made to determine the exact date that the remains were dug up before they were brought to the Gross Lab at the St. George's University, on the 10th November 1983, since according to the "Grenada 17" in their memorandum, a Captain Forde, of the U.S. Forces announced in early November 1983, that they had found the bodies of Maurice and others at Camp Fedon, Calivigny. Therefore, the question remains, since the remains were brought to the St. George's University on the 10th November, what happened, or were happening to those remains from early November (early November could mean from the 1st onwards) until the 10th November.

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