CBI relies on 'strong' evidence in Scarlett case

The CBI had been compelled to reduce the murder charge to culpable homicide (not amounting to murder) against prime accused Samson D’Souza because of lack of direct evidence to link him to the British teen’s death. The prosecution has over 60 witnesses now lined up for the case and said the circumstantial evidence would be compelling.

The CBI on Wednesday produced its 10 witness before the trial court with the deposition of Luis Coutinho, the owner of Lui’s Shack, Anjuna, where Scarlett was last seen alive. Coutinho’s examination will continue on Friday.

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