BP calls for Bahamian version of AMBER ALERT SYSTEM
Nassau, Bahamas — Bahamas Press was not the first on the scene of the gruesome discovery yesterday, however, we assure our over 300,000 global readers this morning, that we are the ONLY media with deep revelations into the death of 11-year-old, Marco Archer.
Young Marco described as a timid six-grade student of Columbus Primary, left his home on Brougham and Blue Hill Road Friday afternoon to buy candy from a local gas station nearby. However, according to CCTV footage, he never made it to the store.
Yesterday, after being reported missing since the beginning of the weekend, his lifeless body was discovered behind an apartment complex on Yorkshire Drive in Cable Beach shortly after 10AM. Almost immediately following the discovery, police nabbed a suspect known to them for a similar crime, and here’s where our story begins.
We can tell you the suspect, who we shall not name, is in his thirties and was released back into the society from Fox Hill Prison along with a gang of hardened criminals in late December 2010. Only Bahamas Press can tell you, the suspect was convicted for the 2003 murder of a young boy discovered in a dumpster badly decomposed on Claridge Road.
Though the victim was committed to prison for murdering that child, the suspect we know only served a 7 year sentence before being paroled. We are advised by sources in the position to know, that during that trial because of the decomposition of the body in that crime scene in 2003, no mention of the sexual acts committed on the victim was ever leaked to the media, and that’s not all.
We can tell readers in this recent incident, the suspect lived in a complex nearby where Marco’s lifeless body was discovered. That complex we can confirm, is owned by the brother of the suspect; an inspector on the Royal Bahamas Police Force, who also served as an official bodyguard to a senior Cabinet Minister.
Because of the sensitive nature of the case and to avoid evidence going missing, police chief, Ellison Greenslade, took charge of the investigation, as he ordered members of his RBPF not to speak or relay information [like the released photos in the Nellie Brown-Cox Murder] on the developments. He called on the public to trust the police as they close another heinous act of violence against the vulnerable in our society.
Bahamas Press has obtained information, which reveals the suspect could face additional charges on a second pedophile incident, which occurred just weeks ago but was never mentioned in the WUTLESS MEDIA!
We have information where another schoolboy was picked up in the Chippingham area, but lucky for him, he escaped his abductor. The young boy was shaken up following the ordeal forcing his parents to report the matter to the police.
The suspect, according to our investigations, lived in an apartment complex along with many of his family members. The real question is this, why did none of them warn police of the foul odor in the area or about the young child who some say, was seen with the victim near the apartments? Things that make ya go hmmmmmmm!
Bahamas Press is now calling for an Amber Alert System [MARCO ALERT SYSTEM] to be implemented right away across the Bahamas to give public notice on all missing children immediately!
We also call for a sexual offenses registry, which will notify the public on persons charged with a sexual incident involving children. We also ask for all pedophiles listed to report to a police desk weekly as a condition of their release.
Children should not be subjected to such evil clandestine pedophile mindsets. When it isn’t a teacher its some preacher. We also call for heavy multiple doses of Saltpeter to be prepared in prison food.
Additionally, following this despicable crime we wonder why, almost 24-hours since the discovery of young Marco, we have not heard a lick from the Prime Minister of the Bahamas? Not a word from Tommy Turnquest. Not even lip service from the DNA [The official GREEN Drag Queen Party of the Bahamas] or a whisper from Sandra Dean-Patterson the said CZAR on sexual violence here in the country.
We were comforted to see the man who led a Parliamentary Commission on Crime, the PLP MP for Bain and Grants Town, Dr. B. J. Nottage, at the crime scene yesterday where he addressed members of the press on his distaste of the many crimes against children all over the Bahamas.
We call on international agencies, particularly the United Nations, to take a second look at the Bahamas and its skyrocketing violence and heinous acts against children!