By: Marion V. Ali
The post mortem examination on Myra Miller, 68, certifies that she died of brain damage due to natural cause, much to the surprise of fellow residents of Boston Village, Old Northern Highway.
The villagers point to several “unexplained scenarios” at Miller’s home where she was discovered on Good Friday evening for their reaction to the autopsy results. They question the wounds/injuries on her head and over her body, the window that was “pried” open, her missing dvd player, and when they found the deceased widow, she kept saying it was “the man” who had caused her harm.
The police, meantime, are still continuing with their investigations into the death of the Jamaican retiree, and some of her neighbours have vowed to carry out their own investigations. Chairman of Boston Village, Victor Cortez, who was also Miller’s neighbour, was one of the first persons by her side following her discovery. He is not one bit convinced by the findings. Cortez responded to a comment on his Facebook page following the autopsy results, “you bet i will not let this one go off so easy”.
Miller, who made hand-crafted souvenirs and wrote herbal booklets for sale, died on Easter Sunday and was laid to rest this afternoon at the Sand Hill Cemetery.