A jury in Turkey and Caucasus has confirmed that a Long Island lawyer who was found strangled to death has died – after police closed the case amid claims that he had died accidentally. ۔
The jury called for a two-week review of the authorities’ original view that 61-year-old Marie Colna was responsible for her death at Club Med Resort in the fall of 2018.
“The Kohl’s family thanks the wise judges of the Turks and Caicos who spent two weeks scrutinizing all the evidence in this case,” Abe George, a lawyer for Mary Kohl’s family, told The Post on Wednesday.
“The jury’s decision clearly condemns the shared view of the Royal Trucks Caicos Police Department and Club Mead that Ms Kohinla committed suicide by mistake,” he said in an email.
George added: “The families pray that the commissioner will reopen the case and arrest the person responsible.
The woman’s son, Rick Kohlenla Jr. Told Fox News “This is a small step, but it is a victory for us,” the jury concluded.
He added: “We hope this will put pressure on the police department to make an arrest, as their own judicial system has rejected their claim that his death was accidental.”
The latest development comes after George cited new evidence suggesting that Cohenla, a lawyer for the Suffolk County Legal Aid Society, could be sexually assaulted.
According to a new report from the lab, which was handed over to her family’s legal team, the Ventagh woman was found in her underwear with seminal fluid when her mutilated body was found in the bushes at Club Med Resort in the fall of 2018.
George told WNBC on Tuesday that “this is a bomb shell because the Royal Trucks and Caucasus police and after the death of Club Mad Marie have been arguing that the incident is the result of Marie herself – that they are basically Caused his death, “George told WNBC on Tuesday.
“They are hiding evidence that it was a deliberate attack, a deliberate sexual assault that led to her death,” he said. Fell into the sand, and killed himself. “
The family, which is suspected of cover-up, filed a ڈالر 10 million false death lawsuit in 2020 after hiring private investigator Eddie Dowd, who said it did not appear to have left the Kohnala resort. Went to where his body was found.
Following the trial, the judge handed over the autopsy to his family as part of a new investigation. Dowd said he discovered his ribs were broken, his inner thighs were bruised and he was partially removed. Fox News.
Frank Yaclo has also been charged in the Nassau County manslaughter case – a former employee of Club Mead who was last seen with Kohl’s friends – for murder and cover-up. Support
According to Fox News, authorities found the DNA of a woman in the room of a man on Long Island, but this was not a match for Kohinla.
According to WNBC, Yaklo was initially detained for allegedly molesting a friend, Helma Herman, but was later released on bail and returned to the United States.
“I was not the first to complain and I was not the last. There were numerous complaints about it and they did nothing,” Herman said, according to the outlet.
When contacted by WNBC for comment, Yaklo declined to comment.
Dr. Michael Steak Bauer, a medical examiner, told Outlet that he was determined to kill by strangulation.
On Tuesday, Turkish and Caucasus Police Commissioner Trevor Boateng accused the media of making the case sensational, claiming that such inquiries were routine and that the inquiry was described as a “review” of previous investigations. It was wrong to do so, Fox News reported.
“In the Turkish and Caucasus islands, as in the UK, it is customary and best practice to conduct an investigation either at the end of a murder investigation, or where the investigation has eliminated all avenues for investigation or any related crime. The operation is over, “Boating said in a statement.
“Otherwise, there is a risk of compromising any police investigation or premature investigation of a fair criminal case, thus denying justice to the potential deceased and their loved ones,” he added. ۔
But George called the senior police officer’s statement “crazy.”
“There is nothing unusual about this operation,” he told Fox News.
Club Made Spokesperson Told WNBC“The safety and well-being of all our guests is our top priority. We continue to cooperate and cannot comment further on litigation.”