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'Indian FBI' To Probe Scarlett Murder

 
 

 

 
 
 
 

Sky News has revealed that the 'Indian FBI' has been asked to investigate the murder of British teenager Scarlett Keeling, who died in Goa in February.
The move by the Goan state government to call in the Central Bureau of Investigation had been demanded by Scarlett's mother, Fiona MacKeown.She has told Sky News she hopes charges will be brought over the way the death was covered up.The 15-year-old was raped and murdered on a beach.

 

Independent body to Scarlett's death

 
 
         
  Indian authorities at first said Scarlett had accidentally drowned, and Ms MacKeown had to fight for a second post-mortem and further investigations. "I'm just
         

delighted. I can sit and relax now a bit and not have to think about flying back and forth too much to carry on chasing it up," she said.Scarlett's mother said police had put her through a "horrific" time and she blamed the government for pushing the message that she was irresponsible mother."They used it to hide the fact that Scarlett was murdered and the police covered it up," she said.Ms MacKeown returned to the UK this week with her daughter's body.

  Ms MacKeown returns to the UK
Sky News correspondent Alex Crawford says a third post-mortem of the teenager's body will be performed in Britain - the results of which will be made available to the CBI investigators.She said Ms MacKeown feels that what has already been revealed is only the tip of the iceberg."She felt Goan police weren't able to perform a proper investigation because she felt many were implicated themselves," Crawford said.Ms MacKeown has found powerful allies in India, including the National Commission for Women, who have used their influence to further the mother's cause.

 

 
     
 

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