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Police are tonight investigating the shooting of one of their colleagues.
Barbados TODAY understands the incident occurred in St Philip.
More details as they become available.
Great news Barbados Today, i want to see this headline more regular .
With a name like Moona what else would we expect from you,jackass.
Brenda M. Earle
R.I.P my condolences to the family
How in God’s name can that be great news? Your name should be Loona as in lunatic. Sherlock, even a jackass is smarter than this brainless poop.
He is the first person I found more stupid than the Sherlock Holmes…
If you were as intelligent as i am you would be over the moon, but as i said to you before the amount of intelligence that you have been unfortunately credited with, is enough to hold comfortably in an ant’s ear and still there would be enough room remaining to hold a ton of ear wax.
Well maybe he took his life because he had too much of evil on his plate.
Maybe he means that Barbados Today is doing a good job at bring the news as it unfolds. That is the best I can come up with. Don’t curse him anymore. Lol!
I guess if Moona or any of Moona’s relatives is attacked, injured or otherwise in distress they have their own private security and judicial system to deal with their issues and will not call on the RBPF. Moona should note that even includes a sudden death at home. You can take your chances with the thugs in the wild Wild West.
Such a low mentality – morons like you will be the cause of the islands downfall. as they what goes around, comes around, though I’, sure with your ignorance you wont even know what that means
Simple can public get more details all it say is officer shot nothing else.Hope officer is not seriously hurt or injured thoughts and praise go out to entire force and his family.
I have never read such evil mentality , god help your island if yours is a common one. Cruel man.
Police in Barbados are more gangster than the civilians , police been killing people in bim for many of years, innocent or not, and justice never seems to be served for the victims loves ones. This whole policing system is a joke anyway.. Just saying
Did he eventually die? The article said nothing of him dying.
These reporters need to take stock as well and stop with these misleading headlines,one would have been given the impression that this incident was different in nature, but as preliminary investigations are being conducted i will say no more. However a case in point was last week when a so called manager of news at starcom who is famous for his dramatic embellishment of the news included a voice message being circulated on whatsapp as part of a news story,that was the height of ignorance,as the authenticity of the same message could not be in no way verified as anyone with a smart phone literally can be the author of mischief. I have heard many persons complain about this particular journalist and his style of journalism,it has now reached the comical stage.
All Police are not bad. Just like any other organization. The Bank, the medical facilities, church. Just to name a few. You have the good and the bad within. It is early days yet, let the law complete their investigations. As for moona, it appears you are in a long slumber and the cells in the brain has gone to rot.
Come on Moona, do the sensible thing and apologize to Barbados and particularly the RBPF and the grieving family. Save yourself the indignity of disrespect, resentment, and shun. Let’s see if you are a man or a mouse.
I don’t think anyone should have even responded to Moona’s assertion. If Moona was in the USA or some other Countries “The Police ” would have taken him or her for questioning ,and most likely charge him or her with inciting violence against Police. Maybe that indivisual is Isis inspired . These sort of statements have no place in our society ,not now or ever.
People like Moona are usually the ones that are the first to call 911 when they fell threatened or aggrieved .
One should never underestimate the power of Human Stupidity, and Moona ,you have provide us with all the proof ever needed. That’s right, sicko.
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