Nassau, Bahamas — A white woman was found dead in Fox Hill this weekend. She was clad in jeans and a top. She was wrapped in a sheet and placed in a plastic bag, according to police. They say no one has yet come to identify the woman. And no one knows how her body ended up alongside the road in Fox Hill.
Bahamas Press wonders if this woman is a tourist somehow abducted by some kidnappers and killed. We wonder if she was raped? And if so, who could have done it? Then there’s the question of Human Trafficking, could she be a victim of that exercise still practiced here in The Bahamas. Police are not saying anything to these questions and the Wutless Media is not asking.
We are concern here because of late several bodies have been discovered all long New Providence roadways and police keep saying foul play is not suspected. Only in countries like China people are found dead and the police keep saying it is natural causes. This is also the case in extremely impoverished countries, where one can be discovered hanging from a tree with their hands and feet tied and the police would say the individual committed suicide. Only in The Bahamas would a Commission of Police not know the difference between a death certificate and an autopsy report, or be confuse with the difference between murder and suicide.
News coming from the Hal Taylor murder trial tells us also how sloppy and careless police can be when they are investigating crimes like murder. After hearing testimony on yesterday, we must ask ourselves, with all these murders taking place in this small country; how in the world evidence from a crime scene ends up in the private locker of an officer. That evidence should’ve been in an investigative lab! But if you check closely, they might have also carried it home. Had dinner whilst it sat in the living room in a brown paper bag. Someone could’ve attempted to wipe the evidence off some of the material. This The Bahamas ya know not LAPD.
Readers of this blog and the country at large will soon learn what we have said from 2007, that an officer is also involved in the murder of Hal Taylor, and not this McNeil boy.