By Benjamin Flowers: The family of Canadian national Jasmine Hartin, who is charged with the manslaughter by negligence death of Police Superintendent Henry Jemmott and who has made international headlines since the story broke, is seeking the public’s assistance to raise money for her legal fees and be able to survive as the family alleges powerful forces are at work undermining her.
Hartin’s family set up the GoFundMe page, explaining that she is unable to access her Canadian bank accounts because they have been hacked.
“The TD bank tried to help but found that her passwords were changed and monies frauded in the thousands using a g7 stroke key … high tech…..This will be fixed but takes time,” the family explained.
Hartin was released on bail a second time last week after her first surety withdrew a $30,000 bail and her family had to find another surety. Hartin’s case is set to go to trial in August.