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Lawmen are currently on the scene of a shooting incident at Barbarees Hill, St Michael.
According to police a man was shot and transported to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
More information as it comes to hand.
These evil gun totting criminals are busy with their gun; ruining the lives of other Barbadian. There’s not surprised that this is happening so frequently, after all, when apprehended these criminals are granted bail which enables them to carry on with their barbaric crimes.
break down in society cannot be legislated away..there needs to be a heart change. God help us all. it doesnt help when politicians play God…let us band together ..forget the blame game…politicians you do a diservice when u keep up this tirade of blame people are angry hurt and need help
The man is already dead.
When is the Govt. going to do something, anything, about these people who are bringing the Guns into Barbados?
The probe is upgraded the man died. Law abiding communities continue to call on the police along with the BDF to carry out sustained raids, dragnets, road blocks any measures to disrupt and capture gunmen who as clearly seen are roaming the island shooting at will. The source of the guns remains the elephant in the room. Authorities have to come up with radical action within the law .Business as usual is doing the country grave harm.
If it is one of those wannabe “gangsters” taking out another wannabe “gangster” I say woopty doo.
If that is not the case, then it is time for MAM to clamp down and clamp down hard.
Dale Marshall are you listening? The imported culture is in Barbados.
Let’s be honest. The way of settling the score in Barbados is eerily similar to the way of settling the score in Jamaica and in Trinidad.
Once again Dale Marshall, are you listening?
It is important to keep crime going in BIM. Stop crime and u stop the engine.
I said it already and I will keep on saying it: Crime was never a political issue. BUT the BLP made it one. “crime and violence”. “crime and violence”. They made “mock sport” at a very serious concern.
The gun runners are making a mint. But no one wants to capture them!!!!
That is 3 or 4 used bullets that have to be replaced in that gun. More money for the gun runners.
Bullet sales are booming.
An interesting titbit.
I have been told that the man was shot several times last year. So I guess the gunman has finally finished off the job he started last year.
The gun runners are probably happy with the work of their fire arm.
Yesterday on Brasstax Mr Ellis and a lawyer as his guest in the studio stated that they can remember one past Commissioner stating back when that he/the force knew where and when the drugs and guns were entering the country yet still nothing was done about it.One could only conclude that all those in authority were in cahoots with the drug barrons.Hearing that yesterday made me shiver because I can remember in the 90s the frequencies of which we suffered the outages from Barbados Light & Power which lasted for hours during the night mainly along the fishing ports/bay and most Bajans would declare that the drugs were coming in.Now from the 90s to now that’s a lot of drugs,and a lot of guns and on top of this you have opened up private ports for who so ever will can come in and out as they like.The captains of these boats have their associates in high places,they can grease palms therefore Barbados is doomed.just now in the news another one bite the dust and he was obviously a hunted man and he must have known he was living on borrowed time after having just escaped with bullets in his feet.His damn family if approached by the media to comment they need to start the trend of speaking the truth because he couldn’t have been no cool or good boy!!!!!
And the BLP continue to make Mock Sport at Crime and Violence
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