“We wished we knew” – says brothers after sibling dies


The siblings of the young man who allegedly took his own life on Sunday morning are appealing to Barbadians to pay close attention to their relatives and friends who may be showing signs of depression. Shane Rawlins 35, Shad Rawlins 34, and Sheridan Rawlins, 28 who have expressed shock that their free-spirited brother 25-year-old Shamar […]

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