Richard Charan of the Express has an interesting update on reputed drug lord Dole Chadee's wives and children in the Sunday Express (http://www.trinidadexpress.com/index.pl/article_news?id=161294454).
Chadee was hanged along with 8 members of his gang in 1999 for the murder of a Williamsville family.
Unfortunately according to Mr Charan's count, 10 people were hanged; "...June 4 will be nine years to the day Chadee and nine others were hanged...".
But Richard, what of the Baboolal children who survived, Osmond, then 11, and Hematie, 7? Where are they now? How have their lives turned out?
And what does this sentence mean: "Though not the temple that Chadee built on the same compound still stands."?