Politician is named in Goa murder trial

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The mother of murdered Scarlett Keeling claimed her daughter had been fed drugs by the men accused of killing and raping her.

Fiona MacKeown, 46, told Goa Children's Court that 15-year-old Scarlett had been given cocaine, heroin and ecstasy by Samson D'Souza, 30, and Placido Carvalho, 42. She also alleged Goan Home Minister Ravi Naik and his son Roy headed a drug cartel linked to the 2008 attack. The case continues.