Jasmine Hartin Bio, Wiki
Jasmine Hartin is the daughter-in-law of Lord Michael Ashcroft, a British–Belizean Billionaire Businessman, pollster, and politician. He is a former deputy chairman of the Conservative Party. The American daughter-in-law of a British billionaire was being held in custody in Belize on Friday, May 28th in connection with the death of a high-ranking local police official, according to reports. Superintendent Henry Jemmott was reportedly found floating in the sea in Belize, Central America, with a fatal wound behind his right ear and his gun nearby after locals heard the noise of a gunshot.
Jasmine has not been charged and police are still unsure if Jemmott died of murder, suicide, or an accidental shooting, according to the report.
Jasmine Hartin, who is married to the son of businessman Lord Michael Ashcroft, son Andrew, 43 and was socializing with Superintendent Henry Jemmott before he was found dead of a bullet to the head Thursday, The Daily Beast reported.
Jasmine Hartin is married to the son of Lord Michael Ashcroft
Hartin is a US national and lives in Belize with her husband Andrew Ashcroft, whose father once served as Belize’s ambassador to the United Nations and was the former deputy chairman of the UK’s Conservative Party, according to The Daily Beast.
Her LinkedIn profile says she is the director of lifestyle and experience at the Alaia Belize resort, which recently opened.
Jasmine Hartin was with the Police Superintendent in San Pedro
The two were out on a pier in San Pedro at 12:30 a.m. on Friday, past the area’s COVID-19 curfew, when a single gunshot rang out, Police Commissioner Chester Williams said at a news conference. “Upon investigating, police found the female on a pier and she had what appeared to be blood on her arms and on her clothing,” Williams told reporters.
Jemmott’s body was found floating in the waters near the pier. The weapon used was Jemmott’s service gun, which was recovered at the scene, the commissioner said.
Hartin was taken in for questioning. She initially did not cooperate with interrogators, but has since hired the former attorney general of Belize to represent her, the article said.
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The Cochrane review is a British international charitable organization created to assist in organizing medical research findings. The review presents a concise analysis to assess the effect of antibiotics on patients with acute bronchitis. It analyzed 17 randomized trials that compared any antibiotic therapy with placebo or with no treatment. The studies consisted of 5,099 patients diagnosed with acute bronchitis or cough, with persistent cold- or flu-like illness, without any prior pulmonary disease history.
Most trials excluded patients with clinical findings of pneumonia, whereas four trials excluded patients based on radiographic findings. Eight of the studies enrolled adults, whereas the remainder included children and adolescents of varying ages.
The antibiotics used were doxycycline, erythromycin, trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole, azithromycin (Zithromax), cefuroxime, amoxicillin, and amoxicillin/clavulanate (Augmentin). For some of the studies, there was a single follow-up reassessment at two to 14 days after the initiation of treatment. The results showed that the difference in general improvement among the 3,841 participants was not significant.