Keyren Tzib has second Supreme Court trial

Previously committed to stand trial for the manslaughter death of her common-law Thytis Blancaneaux almost a year ago, 26 year old Keyren Tzib, a former member of the Belize Coast Guard charged with attempted murder and dangerous harm of petty officer Kurt Hyde on Easter Monday April 6, 2015, was committed today to stand trial in the Supreme Court on these charges. Tzib is to appear in court on October 4.  Hyde was shot in the face at close range with Tzib’s M-four assault rifle as they were returning from an operation. He survived an intense medical operation aboard a U.S. ship and will testify at the trial. Tzib and attorney Darrell Bradley did not challenge the statements of evidence presented today, which are voluminous: as many as 26 statements from different witnesses including the main witness, Kurt Hyde, and various documents tied to the case. Tzib will provide no alibi witnesses. She is out on bail.vlcsnap-2016-06-17-08h32m20s623

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