A Caribbean Mystery Catches Trump’s Eye

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Weather: Crisp and clear, with a high in the low to mid-60s.Alternate-side parking: Suspended today for Sukkot. ImageCreditDennis M. Rivera Pichardo for The New York TimesEver since a Connecticut banker was charged with killing a resort worker while on a family vacation in the Caribbean, he and his wife have been appealing for help with his defense.And so when the accused man’s wife sat for an interview on Monday on Fox & Friends, a favorite show of President Trump’s, she appealed directly to the commander in chief.“I’ve seen Trump help Americans in peril around the globe, and we really need his help,” Kallie Hapgood, 44, said.Sure enough, Mr. Trump responded.The president weighed in promptly on Twitter, mentioning the show and vowing to look into the case of Gavin Scott Hapgood, 44, who was charged with manslaughter after a deadly April struggle with a worker, Kenny Mitchel, 27, in a hotel room on the island of Anguilla.“Will be looking into the Scott Hapgood case, and the Island of Anguilla,” the president wrote on Twitter. “Something looks and sounds very wrong. I know Anguilla will want to see this case be properly and justly resolved!”The death and its contested circumstances have riled the population of the island, a British territory, and raised questions about class, privilege and the deference shown to tourists. The president’s decision to join the fray only heated things up.[Read more about the death of the handyman in Anguilla.] In a Facebook post, Haydn Hughes, a former member of Anguilla’s Parliament, assailed Mr. Trump.“Donald will vacation in Anguilla. After all, all he does is tweet & take vacations,” he wrote. “Thanks for the plug Donald #

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