Posted: Thursday, October 4, 2018. 2:50 pm CST.
By BBN Staff: Belizean authorities have granted a mutual assistance request from the Canadian prosecutors to assist in a kidnapping trial.
The Lethbridge Herald, a Canada-based publication, released an article today, noting that Belize and Canada have no formal agreements with respect to legal or police matter, but that Belizean authorities will still give testimony via closed-circuit television at the upcoming voir dire hearing on November 2.
The case stems back to a report made in 2014 when the woman’s ex-husband reported that she had left Canada with their son without his consent. After several sightings in various parts of Mexico and Guatemala, Belizean police arrested the woman in San Ignacio last year.
The child was reportedly 11-months-old at the time of the alleged abduction.
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