Senior coroner Nigel Meadows told the inquest Mr Anderson died of "horrific" head injuries but also had a huband wound to his hand, while Mrs Anderson was killed by a gunshot wound to her face. In a statement after the inquest, Mark and his brother Glen said: "To be told that both of your parents have been found brutally murdered is the stuff of nightmares.
Lives are being ruined because we don't remember our history. He was jailed for 18 months after he was convicted of possession with intent to supply class A drugs and he was released in December. His parents put the proceeds from the house sale into a bank and would have been able mexsage live "very comfortably" there but in April Mrs Anderson told the family all their money had disappeared.
jamaicq No one has been charged with their killings. Halford Anderson, 74, and his wife Florence, 71, of Manchester, were found dead near their home on the Caribbean island in June They were convicted of rape, violent crimes and drug offences and had a combined sentence length of 75 years, as well as a life sentence.
Share your experiences by ing haveyoursay bbc. In a letter to fog British High Commission, Jamaican police said a trail of blood led from the property, which was charred inside. Manchester's senior coroner concluded the couple were unlawfully killed.
He's now 30, he's spent most of his life here. The fot heard that the couple, also known as Charlie and Gayle, sold their home in Gorton and retired to Mount Pleasant in Portland in June They had both also suffered burns. The inquest heard they were shot and burnt in the attack, with Mr Anderson suffering "horrific" head injuries.
Ms Kerr said her husband had been sentenced to 14 months in prison - although only served two months - under the controversial t enterprise law, after two mobile phones were stolen and he was "just there when it happened".
But on 22 June, the couple were found dead. Government under pressure over Jamaica flight Tottenham MP Uhsband Lammy said it was an "outrage" that the flight had departed.
Please include a contact if you are willing to speak to a BBC journalist. The couple's son, Mark, said in a statement his father had always wanted to return to Jamaica where he grew up.