The following are several of the many issues in the country that the Bahamian people ought to be given answers to:
There are, indeed, at least two reasons why such an action must be considered as most unacceptable and inappropriate, even if not illegal.
“If there is a discrepancy and the U.S. Embassy or one of its agents would report something that was not reported locally [by police] then we have to ask why or how did that happen.”
Two Americans were arrested and granted bail for the murder of Carl Yerger, who is also an American and was in Bimini on a fishing trip with his friend.
Our letter of permission from the Cabinet Office – copied to commissioner of police and permanent secretary of the Ministry of Works & Urban Development – was ignored and, eventually, we were instructed to shut it down.
There are too many honest, hardworking, loyal and dedicated men and women in the RBPF who will be looked at with a jaundiced eye by members of the public for deeds committed by a few bad apples.
I have a few things to say about that. To begin with, I am not fond of the police commissioner, the governing party or the misfits in the opposition party. They’re all heartlessly ruthless when it comes to the common people who sustain them.
Fox Hill residents learned the hard way to take better care of their community as a fire that broke out in an illegal garbage dump raged out of control.
There are some who are concerned that police are intentionally keeping the lid on the investigation, because if the truth gets out they would have to add six more murders to last year’s crime statistics.