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Police are on the scene of a fatal shooting at Eden Lodge, St Michael.
Barbados TODAY understands the victim is a 16-year-old male.
(more details as they come to hand)
Another one bites the dust and still counting Or should I say that DIRT A RUN RED in Barbados
Better can’t be done..
You don’t understand…
Until it rool over in2 THE TOURIST BUSINESS..4 which the rich people control nothing will change..
The headline should read..”Another coloured youth shot down in the streets of Barbados ” wake up people all our black males going down so…smh
Sad ain’t it….
This is very sad. Black people killing themselves for and for what? When the DLP was in power it was a political issue. The AG was criticized and blamed. I am amazed that this no longer seems to be a direct link between the capability of he current AG and so many killings. We are becoming more and more intolerant. Just witness how people behave on the roads each day.
Do these gun men know how much 4a coffin..$10.000.. it looks like poor people are more n more in
The undertaker n grave gigers must be lol lol lol lol lol lol lol all the way to the bank..
If the Barbados Labour Party was in power, all these gun murders would stop by now. But with the IMF controlling things bout hey, the Democratic Labour Party has plunged this country into deep deep shire. I thought the people had voted out the Dems on May 24th last year, for it was that party that encouraged crime in Barbados. I can only blame the IMF for these new gunmen, who have up the thing by 200 percent. Mia firing public workers, and gunmen running around firing guns. Meanwhile, Firemen begging natives not to start any fires during this crop season.
What I would like to see as positive reporting , to identify the colour of the decease person and if someone is arrested , for any one case that person colour be given…….
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