Its a long story but I will make it straight and simple. I'm a Jamaican national, citizen of the states and former military vet. my younger brother Orlando 22 yrs old body was found in a pool at a condominium resort in Jamaica on sunday august 18. my brother don't like water or swimming ever since we where kids growing up. along with all the information and facts that I gather for the 3 weeks in Jamaica for the funeral, me and my mum found out he was visiting a female friend and her little son up at the condominium. according to my knowledge they where the last persons he was with. I got a recording of the female stating that she saw him the Saturday morning then he left. its over a 30min conversation of lies and denial. but any way! the Sunday morning she checked out leaving a black plastic bag with my brothers belongings. this include his under shirt, his T-shirt, A short pants with his wallet and his money in it, also his watch, Jamaican pass. she drop those items off at the security gate to the guard that was working that morning. she then told him, Orlando, my brother will come pick up his belongings later when she already know that he was already dead from the early Sunday morning late Saturday night.
she took his phone with her or probably thrown it away some where but its currently going straight to voicemail. the police on the other hand told my mother and I their is 'no investigation' because; according to their government autopsy that they did without my consent he died asphyxia due to drowning.
ok thanks for your help sir.
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