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SUPERSTAR GT EDUCATIONIST KILLED IN ROAD ACCIDENT

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Read this report from Linden Fund News

http://www.lindenfund.org/news/71-linden-educator-walter-kyte-succumbs-following-accident

SUPERSTAR GT EDUCATIONIST KILLED IN ROAD ACCIDENT

By   EWALT AINSWORTH                09 20 2013

Dr. Walter Kyte

Dr. Walter Kyte

Dr Walter Kyte was not a pleasure seeker but it was his pleasure to serve the most vulnerable in the New York school system.    Students in his neck of the woods came from80 different countries and spoke twice as many different languages and dialects.  Many of his students too were un-documented and he created programs in which they participated and the results were convincing especially for first generation immigrants.

Dr Kyte …diminutive…a small man with tumultuous goals and a vigorous educational administrator he earned his mark in a distant place  never forgetting his humble beginnings.  Continue reading

Guyana-born man convicted for murder of adoptive mother

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Guyana-born man convicted for murder of adoptive mother

(SUN SENTINEL). September 18 2013 – Demerara Waves –

A Broward jury on Tuesday convicted a Pembroke Pines man of the murder of his adoptive mother, rejecting a defense claim that he had consensual sex with the victim and then passed out while someone else killed her.
Gerard Lopes Belmonte, 23, was found guilty of second-degree murder after jurors deliberated for five hours Tuesday. He faces a maximum of life in prison when he’s sentenced Oct. 10.

gerardbelmonteGerard Lopes Belmonte is seen with his attorney Jose Reyes during pre-trial motions, Monday, Sept. 9, 2013, at the Broward County Courthouse in Ft. Lauderdale. Gerard Lopes Belmonte, 23, is charged with murdering his first cousin Natalie Belmonte, 43, who adopted him in 2000 when he was 10 years old. (Joe Cavaretta, Sun Sentinel)The verdict ended a one-week trial that devastated the victim’s family. Lopes was Natalie Belmonte’s first cousin, and she adopted him in 2000 after his father, her uncle, died in their native Guyana. A real estate agent in Weston, Belmonte, 43, had two biological children, a daughter and son who looked at Lopes as a big brother.  Continue reading