In our Bahamas, today, there is a hardened criminal element who has nothing but contempt for law, order or human suffering, and for whom there is no respect for human life, even the lives of innocent bystanders, and children.
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Amanda Coulson, NAGB’s director, said the gallery will continue hosting intriguing art shows and workshops; engaging in community and regional projects and partnerships; and encouraging national dialogue.
Tribune editorial highlights the hypocrisy of the PLP who, in the last election, put up billboards criticising the FNM’s handling of crime, but now says crime shouldn’t be politicised.
The Tribune’s Lamech Johnson reviews the frustrations in dealing with crime in The Bahamas in 2013, and the problems in implementing the death penalty that the majority of Bahamians support.
It has taken Prime Minister Christie more than a year to awaken to the reality of the crime crisis. We hope that he is not too late, and that he will not weaken in his resolve.
House Speaker Dr Kendal Major did not allow Montagu MP Richard Lightbourn to explain why it was necessary to appoint a select committee over the nolle prosequi signed by then acting Attorney General Jerome Fitzgerald.
Tribune editorial says regardless of what the politicians would like us to believe, crime has never been this bad in The Bahamas, and editor calls for true national unity to defeat crime.
A Cable Beach property owned by Steve Harris, bassist and lead songwriter for iconic British heavy metal band Iron Maiden, was raided by armed robbers.
Leaders in politics and law enforcement are to blame for the high rate of crime and corruption plaguing the country, according to anti-crime activist Rev CB Moss.