Trinidad & Tobago: Police brace for more protests as autopsy on Moruga man is revealed

Venrick Hudlin died from a single gunshot wound to the abdomen. 

A post mortem conducted at the Forensic Science Center in St James confirmed the finding. 

As a result, investigators are now expected to further question the off-duty police officer who fired the fatal shot on Saturday afternoon in Moruga. Police Involved Killing in Moruga 

Police in the community have also been put on alert after learning that residents may be considering further protests, similar to what occurred on Monday morning, when Moruga Road, St Mary’s Village, near Gomez Trace, was blocked with burning debris. 

Hudlin, 54, was fatally shot during a confrontation with a police officer in Moruga on Saturday, while walking along the roadway near his home. 

CCTV footage captured the fatal shooting.  


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