Many people have disappeared and many have been killed without a positive clue as to what happened to them. We all know that this is true and shortly after the crime has been committed, their case goes into what is called a cold case file.
We must not forget about these people so quickly because it sends a message to the killers that they can do it again and again and get away with it.
I have had conversations with a lot of people who have said to me maybe we might even have serial killers in Cayman. If you follow cold case files on USA TV, we find out that some of these killers are even well to do people who live around us and act as if they would not kill a fly.
But many cases have shown that many of these people are the ones that are killing people. We also look at serial killers coming to Cayman as tourists doing their act then moving on. Homeland Security in America has put in place a system that when you enter that country, you are really checked out from head to foot. Our country is wide open and free.
Look at who is guarding our borders; people that are not Caymanians. In and out of our ports we have people from known terrorist states as guards checking American passports and boarding passes. Oh, how easy it is to place a serial killer in Cayman.
At the same time, how easy it is to put a terrorist on board the cruise ships. I know that many of the people on this Islands are not respected by our government, for if they were, they would be hired to fill these very important positions to protect our Islands better.
It is so very bad to hear another person is missing or found dead in the house or in the bush. Then, after a few days of what is called an all-island search, we have the case placed into the cold case file.
For example, the man that vanished without a trace but sometime later his bones were found in the bushes somewhere near the Linford Pierson Highway. He was quickly forgotten like so many other that have gone missing or found shot or killed somehow here in Cayman.
Killers in our midst are working alongside you, enjoying their lives as innocent as can be. It is time to pay more attention to the cold case files.
We cannot turn a blind eye anymore to the things that are going on here on our Island home and think time will wipe it away.
We must do more to find these killers that are here walking free just to strike again and again and get away with it because we lack the power and proper people in the right position to track down these ghost killers here in Cayman.
Who will be next? Maybe you or even me. Think about it Cayman and try harder to be your brothers’ keeper.’
Emile S. Levy