The crime committed is bad enough, but the apparent cover-up by their wives and Anguillan authorities has made this situation all the more painful for us. All we seek is for the true story to come out.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (PRWEB) July 07, 2020
Red Banyan, a crisis management firm focused on managing complex, high-stakes communications issues, is humbled by the opportunity to help Debanee MacPherson-Udall, who is continuing her tireless efforts to uncover the facts about what happened to her brother Casey MacPherson and his friend Caleb Guillory one fateful night on the Caribbean island Anguilla.
A cover story in People Magazine by Jeff Truesdell highlights the murky and suspicious circumstances that have raised serious questions about how the deaths were handled by Anguillan authorities.
“Debanee MacPherson Udall, Casey’s sister, has been relentless about pursuing justice, and will not give up until she knows what happened to these young men whose lives were cut way too short,” said Red Banyan Founder and CEO Evan Nierman.
“I am not going to stop my efforts to raise awareness about this tragedy until I achieve justice for my incredible brother Casey and his friend Caleb,” said Debanee MacPherson-Udall. “The crime committed is bad enough, but the apparent cover-up by their wives and Anguillan authorities has made this situation all the more painful for us. All we seek is for the true story to come out.”
MacPherson-Udall has retained renowned private investigator TJ Ward, best known for his work on the Natalee Holloway case. He suspects foul play in the deaths of Casey and Caleb, and believes the Anguillan government is trying to protect its tourism industry.
“We need these witnesses to return to Anguilla and share what they know,” Ward said. “There are too many missing holes and too many inconsistencies. It's time to find out what really happened to Casey and Caleb and it’s the least these two men deserve.”
Red Banyan is honored to be helping Debanee MacPherson-Udall, even in a small way, on her quest to uncover the facts about what happened to her brother and his friend in Anguilla.
“When you believe in your clients and are working to help achieve justice, it makes you proud to go to work every day,” said Nierman. “We will continue to support Debanee and admire her tenacity and commitment to pursuing the whole truth about what transpired during that tragic night in Anguilla.”
Debanee MacPherson-Udall and TJ Ward are both available to journalists for interviews and have gathered additional information in recent days that they are prepared to share.