Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online.
Auriti Police confirmed that Sandip Munya had been questioned by officers investigating Macreve’s case.
A.D. Muniena and another man were convicted of manslaughter after a high profile trial on Holiday Island in 2012.
Police have not confirmed Mooneea’s alleged crime.
Moneea’s adviser, Nilkant Dulo, told the PA news agency that his clients had been arrested but did not know the specific basis for the request.
Mr. Dulo and other lawyers representing Mooneea also expressed their concerns to the Island Police Commissioner.
“She was arrested today, April 19,” attorney Mooneea said.
He wrote: “I respectfully request that the matter be referred to the Director of Public Prosecutions.
“Section 19a gives the police the power to arrest a person who has been acquitted unless the new and convincing evidence is met.
“Let me remind you that ‘compulsory evidence’ means (a) reliable evidence. (B) objective and (c) very proactive in the context of litigation.
A Mauritian police spokesman, who did not use the word arrest, said: Mr Sandeep Mooneea is being investigated.
On January 10, 2011, McCarthy, 27, was strangled in her room at the Legends Hotel in Mauritius.
Her teacher, who married John 10 days ago, was attacked after she returned to her room alone.
Gelic soccer manager Mickey Harte has not been charged with the murder of a daughter.
Aunish Trebhowon, who was charged with the 2012 murder trial, worked as a cleaner at the hotel at the time of the killing.
The latest development comes just weeks after another former hotel worker, Dassen Narayanen, was charged with felony criminal mischief.
Narayanen, 37, was charged with stealing a magnetic card from a room in the Indian Ocean off the Indian Ocean off the island of Palein de Papias, along with another hotel employee, Master McArevey and his wife, John.
During his time in prison for mental health issues, he was hospitalized several times and his lawyer was severely criticized by the police.
John McArevey launched a long-running campaign for justice and In 2017, he presented a reward of two million Mauritius rupees (50,000 euros) for information leading to his successful conviction.