Two men and two women were charged in magistrates court Wednesday for the murder of Kurt McCartney.
Once again we have a policeman at the center of a violent crime… and once again we have the police department playing games to protect the murderous cop.
Kurt McCartney, brother of DNA Leader Branville McCartney, was murdered and his own vehicle was used to run over his body.
Murderers are not put to death in The Bahamas because the Privy Council says that the death sentence is reserved for crimes that are the “worst of the worst”. Bishop Simeon Hall wants to know… what constitutes the “worst of the worst”?
According to Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage, a staggering number of accused criminals have been released on bail in the preceding five years.
Murder in The Bahamas is becoming a daily occurrence, and is showing signs of graduating to murders every day. Are we truly handicapped in solving our murder crisis, or are we – collectively – a part of the problem?
We lack spirituality and respect for God and man in The Bahamas; so, our future and our children’s tomorrow become darker and dimmer with each new murder and other sinful deeds.
During the general election campaign the PLP said it had the plan to solve our crime problem. A year into its mandate, our crime problem remains. We have had nearly 50 murders for the year and we are still in May.
Police discovered a man and a woman burnt beyond recognition in a car off Carmichael Road.