Police Lance Corporal Jason Kyte testified before the 12 member jury as the retrial of Anthony Morrison, who is accused of murdering his reputed wife, DonnaAccused: Anthony MorrisonThomas, continued at the High Court on Tuesday. The woman was reportedly killed between May 25 and 26, 2012. The Police witness, who was stationed at the Brickdam Police Station at the time, testified to examining the body of the murdered woman, who he found with what appeared to be blood on her head, hands and face.Kyte noted that he also saw blood on the bed where the woman was lying at an apartment where she lived at Lot 65 Cross and D’Urban Streets, Werk-en-Rust, Georgetown. He recalled that on May 27, 2012, at the Brickdam Police Station, he told the accused of the offence after which he reportedly stated whilst in custody:“I was going out; she didn’t want me to leave. I had a knife and I cut she in she neck. Me an know that woulda happen to she,” Kyte recalled.He also noted that he saw a man lying on a make-shift bed in a nearby apartment. Kyte said no one else was charged for the woman’s murder. The case will continue before Justice Sandhill Kissoon at the High Court this morning.According to reports, Thomas’ body was found in a pool of blood with several stab wounds at the home she shared with Morrison. A post-mortem examination revealed Thomas died from asphyxiation due to compression to the neck, compounded by blunt force trauma to the head.Government Pathologist, Dr Nehaul Singh had testified that he observed the woman had 16 incised wounds to one hand, while he found six such wounds on the other hand. Based on his expert knowledge, he said these wounds were defensive. He observed that Thomas died as a result of being deprived of oxygen and that her heart eventually stopped.
Hamburg just won’t go down, will they?Trailing Karlsruher 1-0 in the final minute of their Bundesliga play-off match, the six-time German champions looked like they would finally drop into the second tier.However, as the clock ticked into stoppage time, up stepped Marcelo Diaz.The Chile international, who signed for Die Rothosen from Basel in February, curled home a beauty of a free-kick to force the game into extra-time, where they won to retain their status in the top flight.Legendary status secured.Nicolai Muller poked home Hamburg’s winner in the 115th minute to consign their opponents to the second tier for another season, while the victors remain in the Bundesliga for a record 53rd successive season. They are also the only club to never suffer relegation since the league’s inception in 1963.Footballing drama at its’ finest. 1 Marcelo Diaz