Judge frees Miller
Posted: Friday, May 4, 2012
CHERYL FULLY FREED
After six traumatising weeks, Cheryl Miller, the Ministry of Gender, Youth and Child Development employee who was detained for 15 days at the St Ann's Psychiatric Hospital, has had her freedoms restored following the close of judicial proceedings yesterday at the Port-of-Spain High Court.
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