AFTER THE alleged brutal slaying of her two sons 10 years ago during the so-called Tivoli incursion, Marjorie Williams is struggling to erase from her thoughts nightmarish flashbacks that remind her of the horrific event.
She is living in the tainted West Kingston community on Dee Cee Avenue, next door to the spots where her sons, 21-year-old Fabian Grant and 17-year-old Fernando Grant, were reportedly killed by the security forces.
Williams said that nothing could bring back her boys, but a home away from Tivoli would eliminate having to pass the murder house daily.
Williams said that on the fateful day, she was barricaded inside while she watched as the security forces removed her two sons from their home.
However, with the spread of COVID-19, Williams said that they are having second thoughts about a memorial for her sons.