Opposition Leader Mark Golding says the death penalty notice being filed against murder accused Rushane Barnett, was no surprise.
Barnett is accused of the killing of 31-year-old Kimesha Wright, 15-year-old Kimanda Smith; 11-year-old Shara-Lee Smith, five-year-old Rafaella Smith and 23- month- old Kishawn Henry, who were found inside their home with their throats slashed.
He reportedly confessed to the murders in a caution statement to the police.
Mr. Golding, while acknowledging that many people are not comfortable with the death penalty, says it remains on the law books.
Opposition Leader Mark Golding, speaking with Nationwide News.