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Police are on the scene of a shooting at Durants, St James.
According to police, the victim is a 16-year-old male.
(more details as they come to hand)
This is what’s trending now? Sombebody like dem tell d “edeats” to “updeting”…. Smfh
Kate Turner… and again..
Oh no. What on earth is going on???
It’s been getting worse for a while now…. they need to eradicate the weapons…
They do need to do this…
Kay Critchlow ok now, we get your point
Oh boy, Gun Town for true.
Tourism soon going be what tourism barbados going get flagged up soon for somewhere not very safe to visit . Government , police , parents , everyone needs to get a grip on this now fast .
Realistically, it is perhaps too late to stop what already looks to be out of hand. I have heard nothing about resolution and prevention. However, on numerous occasions I have heard there are other countries which are worse than Barbados and that crime is down, that it is not so bad. I hear excuses by authority and citizens who neglect to blame the things they should. The chances are the worse is yet to come, at this point to think otherwise is not being realistic.
Last night shooting at football, today shooting again????
People stop kidding ,you all selves , look at the low lives who is doing the shooting silly black young men , these are people who seems not to think for themselves ….
What I would like to know how up to date (BPF) is on data technology local and international , which would give an indication as to if this gun was used before and how many times and should be able to profile the idiot shooter…
My take lots of people in the right places , is doing the importation of guns to barbados, also families is up to what is going on,, then the protected ones who do what they like because who they are…………………..
Something needs to be done this is getting way way out of control…
Yes some people are always saying that these things happen every where else. That may be so but this is where we live and we have to be concerned about it other wise we’ll soon be like prisoners in our houses. There are some places that I would have gone at one time that I am not going to go now, I am caucious even at the bus stop or on the bus and going into some stores, how much worse is it going to get.
Bonnie Weekes, that`s the way bajans like to make excuses for problems in barbados, eg, if its potholes, oh, where the visitors come from, they are potholes, shootings, oh, they`re shootings in NY, but I`ll say this, no one wants to come to barbados for a holiday and get shot, even the PM sometime ago said that about the potholes. Water woes, you will hear which country don`t get water so why are bajans are worried?
More gun play in BIM, seems like the order of the day.
Oh boy again? It will only ease off when the government and community leaders begin to work together. But I think what they need to do is deport all illegals and work are with them that keep on commiting serious crimes. If its the case that they’re long term unemployed let the government pay for their schooling so as to get them a good trade for most of these people were born and raised in dysfunctional families.
It is so sad our young black men are killing each other over petty things that can be resolved without killing each other
Bring back d hangman
Gun Town, I say no more. I am still SMH.
Lord have mercy Mr AG do something please don’t wait until it’s too late
It’s really sad hearing of all these shootings in Barbados
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