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Police are investigating an apparent suicide in St George.
According to lawmen, they discovered Roy Liverpool, 68, of Campaign Castle with a rope around his neck, hanging from a tree in a nearby gully.
(more details as they come to hand.)
Every day so ..sad smh
Life is the most precious gift that any of us will ever receive. There will always be good times, and not so good times, but whatever the situation we must always think of other human beings who are far worst than ourselves, and count our blessings. It is always extremely sad when individuals take they own lives. My sympathies is for the family left behind asking the question; why. May he rest in peace.
Almost everyday now its a body wow
More severe hardships upon families, created by the Mia Mottley Administration, is leading some people to commit suicide. Its a combination of BLP/MIA/IMF poisonous soup called BRET, that come next year, will cause even greater suffering within our nation. People need to seek comfort, through fellowship with each other,at a church of their choice. This is the best option under the present circumstances.
This island needs Jesus
Johnny crow you can’t be serious?? The DLP was a perfect government that’s why ppl voted them out without a seat!!! But Mia is responsible for ppl committing suicide?? Barbados is not worse off now than last year what would you suggest after the disaster that was the DLP the new government come in and do nothing to get the country back on track after the mess they found?? You’re delusional!!
I wonder how many have been murdered by hanging and their deaths classified as ‘suicide’….not suggesting this is the case here….just curious why that assumption is often made when someone is found in this state.
RIP dear Sir.
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