"The investigation to investigate the murder of Michaela Harte McAreavy is pending for more than a year." This is the title of the online newspaper Irish Sunday Mirror. The author of the article cites Irish police sources, which do not mince words. They complain that the second investigation initiated to shed light on the murder of Michaela Harte has given nothing so far. Adding that the Mauritian police do not want to admit that there has been no progress.
According to investigators Irish if the Mauritian Police confesses his "failure", it will be too embarrassing and this could impact on the tourism industry of Mauritius.
Mauritian investigators conducted numerous interviews. 350 DNA samples were sent to a French laboratory in Bordeaux. But obviously, all this did not help to redirect the investigation.
The Irish police goes further in his criticism. She believes that address all elements of the investigation, the Mauritian police remained idle. It concludes that perhaps we will never know who killed Michaela Harte. The latter, a teacher of 28 years, was found dead in hotel room in the former Legends in Grand Gaube January 10, 2011. She was in Mauritius with her husband as part of their honeymoon.
The autopsy revealed she had been strangled with bare hands. A theft would be the motive for the crime. In July 2012, two former employees of the hotel Avinash Treebhoowon and Sandeep Moonea, accused of murdering Northern Irish tourist, were acquitted.
Thereafter, a second investigation was initiated to elucidate the murder.
1, 6 Million de livres sterling. C’est ce montant, soit près de 65 millions de roupies, qui a été payé à l’époux de Michaela Harte et à ses proches. C’est ce que confirme à l’express Me Dick Ng Sui Wa, l’avocat de la famille.
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Des avocats ont publié un rapport de 193 pages sur les « failles » dans l’enquête policière sur la mort de la touriste nord-irlandaise Michaela Harte, le 10 janvier 2011 au Legends Hotel à Grand-Gaube. Le chef de file, Me Rama Valayden, réclame la mise sur pied d’une commission d’enquête pour faire la lumière sur cette affaire.
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