The home invasion of the Deputy Prime Minister was representative of a new, embarrassing low as our nation becomes engulfed by a bloating culture of violence…
The current level of deadly violence means the Bahamas almost qualifies as an armed conflict zone, a new report reveals.
Clearly, the prevalence of abuse allegations and the deaths while in custody warrant a review of present tactics by our security forces. Brutality is not a sign of strength. It is a sign that all other efforts have failed and that desperation has set in.
Panama has offered humanitarian asylum to twelve Cubans in the aftermath of abuse reports at the detention centre in The Bahamas.
In light of the recent reports of violent abuse at the detention centre it appears that the Royal Bahamas Defence Force personnel need training courses in detainee and refugee handling.
A second U.S. Embassy diplomat and his family have become victims of the violent crime crisis in New Providence.
A 41-year-old man was sentenced to life in prison for the September 2009 murder of Burger King manager Rashad Morris.
“I was the victim,” says Grand Bahama attorney and Save The Bays director, Fred Smith, expressing disbelief at the charges of “causing harm” filed against him.
After three hours of deliberating, a 12-woman jury tonight found Stephen ‘Die’ Stubbs, Andrew Davis and Clint Evans guilty of murdering Constable Jimmy Ambrose and attempting to kill Constable Marcian Scott.