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Tuesday, 8 April 2014

"Jersey Murder - Alleged Killer Named as D.M"

"Darren McCormack

To Be Charged With Murder"


Darren McCormack from Scotland


A man has been charged with the murder of Colin Chevalier, who was found dead in his Jersey home on Saturday.

Darren Neil McCormack, 35, is due to appear at the island's Royal Court on Wednesday charged with one count of murder.
A 31-year-old woman and a 35-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder remain in police custody.
Mr Chevalier, 46, was discovered in his flat in Duhamel Place, St Helier, with "extensive" injuries.
A UK pathologist carried out an initial post-mortem examination on Monday.


20 comments:

  1. Thanks to those who have sent links but I am unable to publish them as there might be legal ramifications depending on the plea given in court.

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    1. I know lots of people who have had awful childhoods and gone through extreme trauma . Children who have lost parents or have witnessed horrific crimes in their family homes or homes. Some drink, some take drugs, just as many thousands of people choose to do. But they don't go on to do the horrific things to other people and use their poor upbringing as an " excuse". Rumours are rife here and people are scared and appalled that this -" alleged crime took place on our own doorstep. Satan is alive and well here in Jersey

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    2. What was the killers upbringing Ian ? He looks evil. I cannot find any published articles about his "bad" upbringing or lack of it.

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    3. I accidentally published the other comment and immediately deleted it as anything said on the blogs or elsewhere may prejudice any possible trial from either prospective!

      I am very aware of Darren's upbringing and will answer your questions after a plea has been entered, and so long as that plea does not require a trial.

      Thanks.

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  2. I am very very sorry for Colin´s Family and friends, I am also very sorry for Darren. This men went through hell on his upbringuing (trhough everything Blogers write all the time and more that goes on the streets for young abondend children in Scotland)
    What makes me even more sad is that they probably dont even remeber what happend has Jersey is strongly abusing this drug of Crystal. They can go psycho for a day or for life and Jersey is talking about everything in papers, blogs, States, but they are hiding this enourmous problem of this drug that kids and adults are taking at this moment. Just go and check how many are beeing admited for mental problems due to this drug.... and then a men who could turn his life around and passed trhough so much abuse as a child, takes this drug and the effect is this. Violence, violence and revange. Please people worn your kids, family and friends to not even try this drug, because each brain will react different to it, and you will not even remember what you have done and when you will come down from it. RIP Colin and keep with it Darren and please please please Jersey, talk about the dangerous of this drug and make a big huge awereness of the real risks of it.

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    1. Thanks for your input anon, I too am very much aware of Darren's upbringing, or rather, lack of it. I am also aware (if my source is correct) of what Colin went through which was horrendous.

      Let us not forget the most important factor here, we all have choices, before we do, and when we are doing, the choices fall away after we have done.

      A battle avoided cannot be lost.

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    2. Wot ever darren upbringing was colin did not deserve this

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  3. First off my deepest sympathy towards the family and friends of the victim. If the rumors are accurate it will be very hard to show any compassion towards the suspect despite his background as they particularly horrific.
    It is a very sensitive situation, in one way as islander's we may have the right to know what happened but also careful consideration should be taken by the press etc in order not cause any further distress.

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  4. Anon who just left a comment that didn't get published, like I said in the first comment above, sometimes there are fundamental rules which in the interests of 'real' justice need to be acknowledged.

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  5. Do you really think he can get a fair trial in jersey Ian . I don't trust jersey for one moment

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  6. "I KNOW" that no one can get a fair trial in Jersey, rich or poor. The poor nobodies are doomed at trial simply because they are poor, the rich cannot get a fair trial either as they know all the cops, judges and politico's and always win. It might suit them down to the ground, but either way you cut it, the last thing it is is fair!

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  7. A fair trial...? Are you berzerk? He has killed! He is scum and deserves to be locked away for life at the very least.

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  8. He will be dealt a fair trial in broadmoore

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  9. as for that myra Hindley like women released on bail .she was in the news not too long ago for letting some one od on her couch.she nedds Broadmoor as well

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  10. http://thecolemanexperience.wordpress.com/2013/03/16/is-myra-hindley-really-dead/

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  11. Anon who sent a comment in 20 mins ago, I cannot publish it without proof, sorry.

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  12. I am sorry to hear of any such happenings. I am afraid that I think the cause are deeply routed in how society operates with regards to substance users.
    As the world presently stands, substance users are criminalized for their hedonism and experimentation. Innocent people are forced to interact with criminal factions in order to obtain such substances as illegal substances are only found on the black market. Over time, many kids end up becoming criminalized through association.
    If drugs were decriminalized and drug users were monitored by agencies, drug users could find help and not hindrance and would not be forced to become criminals or mix with hardened criminals. The governments of the world could even manufacture and dispense cost price substances so even the most hard core user would not end up turning to crime in order to maintain their drug use and drugs would no longer be part of the black market or gangsters domain and instead considered just another medicine to give to people to treat peoples problems.
    I am sure if societies way of dealing with substance users were more enlightened, then terrible crimes would not happen. I hope all people can find peace.

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