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Police are on the scene of an unnatural death at Edgehill, St Thomas.
Lawmen say the lifeless body of an unidentified man is lying on the road.
More information as it comes to hand.
Cheese on bread
Lawd have mercy!
Not gpod, not good at all
Worst to come. Keep watching.
What the hell??????
@ Jennifer, What are you seeing inthat crystal ball of yours.It is unbelievable, three death plus that of the Police Woman in a couple of days. What is going on? It is so frightening!
Blame de DLP like wunna did doing before May 24 last year.
By the law of averages,the demographics of Barbados’ population,by the years 2050, should read:Whites 10 % Asians 20% Chinese 51 % and Black Bajans 19%,the latter would predominately comprise Politicians,rich lawyers and very rich funeral directors.
Punching and slaying above our weight. With Barbados now covered in brush, no wonder that the law of the jungle prevails.
@Rodney be careful they just might…but seriously this is a cause for concern and greater action needs to be taken,….stop the walk abouts and do something…I said on another occasion it is a heart change that I needed….Be very careful what we do to get what we want…it can come back to haunt us…and politicians be careful what you do to get what you want….
@Cynthia Taitt – Lol. Luv dat one Cyn. It is just knowing the ins and outs. Odds and ends. Time is everything and the plastic bag is on the head.
@Belfast – ur demographics won’t happen. But I still like it. Please note well, black people due to their melanin content procreate/breed more than any other race in the world hence why they are in the majority. Y do u think that measures were put in place to curb their growth. Oh yes. But I can agree with u that more death will be coming this direction.
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