Brother of Schoolgirl Murdered a Few Weeks ago is now a Murdered Victim

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A BP BREAKING NEWS ALERT!:

Bahamas Press is reporting another murder in the capital and this time a second killing in the Minnie Street area ends the life of another male.

The incident happened just over an hour ago, just before midnight. 

We can report, the same male, who was in a car when a 14-year-old school girl’s life was ended a few weeks ago is the victim.

You would remember how  the sister of this same victim, a young 14-year-old student of RM Bailey,  was shot to death as they rode up to the residence of a relative.  The young school was laid to rest two Saturdays ago.

The victim in last night’s shooting we can confirm was shot some nine times about the body. He died at the scene.

He has become the 229th murdered victim since 2009.

WE NEED CHANGE!

52 COMMENTS

  1. Oh, and one more point about all the killings. Crime will only be deterred when there is some real and not perceived fear of the consequences to committing such hideous crimes in the Bahamas.

    To be considered a humane society there has to be order and adherence to the law. I was personally told by one main-stream politician there that the Bahamas is like Baghdad – a country where every man is for himself. So it is no wonder to me when you hear all the talk of Politicians who play their constituents for their votes and once they are locked into office for a term they could care less about the micro-economics of the Bahamas.

    NASSAU, BAHAMAS — WAKE THE F-UP please… You’re living in a time-warp. Stop focusing on fancy cars, hair-do’s and keeping up with the “Jones’s” and get the country back to civility. Put the P back in Proud to be Bahamian!

  2. If I am not mistaken the Bahamas police force gets a hefty share of the Government’s Budget; yet, every time I come to Nassau I can’t see one damn police patrolling the local neighborhoods. To be honest with you I only see police down town in stiff white uniforms walking in two’s chit-chatting with eachother.

    Nassau is not that big of a place that you should EVER go to ANY part of town and not see 3-4 officers on regular patrol. Why do they get paid again? If you are truly the police – then police the streets damnit! If you scared to police the streets then why the hell you signed up for the job?

  3. hang them man but seriously the lord wont allow the heart to feel grief for a murdered murderer in my opinion they need to get rid of each other and leave the rest of the civilized nation alone.

    • WE THE FAMILY WOULD LIKE TO THANK EVERYONE FOR THEIR PRAYERS AND CONDOLENCES. I WILL LIKE TO REPLY THIS COMMENT. I WILL START BY SAYING THIS MURDERED VICTIM IS MY FIRST COUSIN. I AM A 4TH GRADE STUDENT AT ST FRANCIS JOESPH. I UNDERSTAND YOUR POINT AND DON’T AGREE WITH YOU SOMETIMES WE JUST QUOTE A PORTION OF THE SCRIPTURES.BUT MY COUSIN WAS A FINE YOUNG MAN WITH A GOOD PERSONALITY. IF U REALLY NEW HIM YOU WOULD OF LIKE HIM AND YOU WOULD HAVE A HEART FILL WITH LOVE AND LAUGHTER AND WHEN HE WOULD OF MADE YOU FEEL THIS WAY, WHEN YOU WOULD OF HEARD HOW HE WAS SHOT OVER 9 TIMES, THEN YOU WOULD BE FEELING HOW AM FEELING GRIEF. AND IT HURTS BUT IN RELIGIONS EDUCATION MY TEACHER DID TELL US THE BIBLE SAID THE HEARTS OF MAN WILL BE WAX COLD AND I GUESS SHE MAY HAVE BEEN TALKING ABOUT YOUR HEART. I WILL MISS HIM AND PRAY THE THE LORD GIVE U A NEW HEART.

  4. who the hell is asking why we should blame the goverment ? of course theyre the ones to blame they sit their p..k a..es in the house and make decisions on things thats beneficial to them only and people out here getting murdered like the wild wild west and they wont pass the bill to hang these niggas!! heres food for thought after most of these murders are commited it sames like the police knows exactly who they are looking for, as soon as these persons are arrested why not start the court preceedings right away dont give these niggas a chance to go after the witnesses!!!!!!

  5. The defense force needs to be put on patrol! Police need to stop habouring criminals. I was personally told of police knowing where the drugs and guns are but due to interference higher up nothings going on to happen. LETS GET REAL BAHAMAS!!

    • You are so right mr.james.The police need to step up to save our bahamas.To much wicked police out there now a days they be hiding these criminals and putting innocent people in jail and have the true killer under our skins….

  6. Cmon everybody missing the obviousness of the situation. There was a price on his head for the killing in pine wood last year. He lived by the gun and died by the gun. I firmly believe that there are no murders other than a store robbery or something of that nature that are not caused by other actions and forces. Jesus can be called on as much as you like but until the real problems are adressed nothing will be accomplished. This murder was a retaliation over drugs and a murder from that nothing more nothing less. Sad to see minky go but he lived his life this. I watched him grow up from he was 5 and knew it was a matter of time before this happened.

  7. It is sad! I am the fiance of one of the males muredered in March and to this day I cant believe he is gone! I miss him like crazy and I love him to death now I have to love him beyond death because I am still in disbelief. There is no leads and no suspect so its like he just vanish from the the face of the earth without saying goodbye! Jesus is near the bible speak of these things and it shall come to past be ready I say be ready for today could be your day! I love you baby may your soul rest in peace!!

  8. The people are tired, the public is screaming out for reform, the politicians are helpless both PLP and FNM as to how the stop this spirit of murder from rampage. Our land needs a cleansing. Isnt it clear we are under judgement. Our leaders follow after idolatry. This island need Jesus, these people need a change of heart. Turn away from your wicked ways and serve the Lord, even this whole nation.

  9. i really feel sad for that family the government need to advocate for hanging des criminals.i agree with spragga that boy should have left town after what happened to his sister.

  10. I think all of us needs to seek Gods face every chance we have, repent constantly of our sins and try to do the will of God, ive by the commandments he gave us. I would like for any of you that is interested, to please read this online book it is called ” A divine revelation of hell, I think it will help us along the way, when we find out what is in this book, be blessed and encouraged, may the families of the slain victims find comfort in the arms of God. http://www.spiritlessons.com

  11. Its only a matter of time before these young dogs go after the country’s bread and butter. Unfortunately we havent learnt our lesson from Jamaica. Its sad that these dogs are destroying in a fortnight what it took the previous generations decades to build.

    Unfortunately, this what happens when you have female dogs having puppies willy nilly.

    The Bahamas of our parents era is no more. Welcome to Haiti. Time to get the hell out.

    • this whole thing is sad; however we bahamians are so f***up we always thinkin how to screw someone over. i don’t know if this is the case but if it is Now look at what has happen here his sister is dead, he is dead his family is suffering from their lost and now you know revenge is being complicated because your not sure whether the police or courts ga do their jobs. So we ga see two or three murders stemming from this. So people stop doing s**** and embrace your fellow man and be fair to him cause it look like no one is taking any mess no more.

  12. what will it take for them to do something about this crime situation,does the P.M OR DEPUTY OR MINISTER HAVE TO BE KILLED BEFORE SOMETHING IS DONE,THE POLICE ARE DOING A DAM EXCELLENT JOB OF BRINGING THESE CRIMINAL TO JUSTICE ,THEN AGAIN THE COURT SYSTEM GIVES THEM BAIL,WE THE BAHAMIAN PEOPLE NEED TO STAND UP IT AINT ABOUT POLITICS NOMORE IT ABOUT OUR PEOPLE KILLING OUT EACH OTHER SOMETHING NEEDS TO BE DONE BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE,MY HEART GOES OUT TO THIS MOTHER AND ALL OTHER FAMILIES WHO LOST A LOVE ONE TO SENSELESS KILLING

  13. @Me First: If governments don’t want to be blamed for crimes committed in our country then, it may be wise for you to remind them that they should be honest when campaigning. If they say that they have the solution to crime on the campaign trail we, may just take them at their word.

  14. The wife went after the sweetheart, because she like so many other Bahamian wives are cowards. Sorry like most Bahamians. We love to beat up our gums, but never address the core issue. So rather than leave her no good tricking husband, she becomes enraged at the sweetheart. I was not there, but I bet you the man stood and watch this and did not try to prevent the fight.. NO good sow.. but the wife deserves him…

  15. Why is it that some Bahamians tend to blame the government for every problem especially crime when it occurs???? Instead of casting blame, take charge of your home and then you wouldn’t have this problem. Plenty of you’ll know who doing crap and would not do or say anything to them or about them and yet you’ll want blme all he social ills on the Police or Government. ……”Clean out your house before you tell others how to clean theirs!”\

    • @MeFirst
      Read the FNms ,anifesto for 2007;they promised to eradicate CRIME and just like PAPA say that they were elected based on their promise in the manifesto to sell BTC they now need to keep this promise as well.Read!!!Read!!Read b4 you come her trying to defend.

      • So right! What a great leader PAPA was; a leader who cared for his people. Mr. Christie is excellent but there will never, EVER, be another Sir Lynden O. Pindling, MP for my South Andros…! He had more CLASS in his little toe than Ingram has in his entire body. That man would saunter into a room and command attention without uttering one word. Hubert is incompetent and not only is he an embarrassment to Bahamians, but he has embarrassed the intellect of Bahamians but issuing what he called, ‘The Manifesto.’ He actually expected Bahamians to fall that stupid document not worth the paper it was written on.

        What an insult! Thinking that Bahamians were dumb enough to believe some document he gave them with a bunch of promises (like reducing crime). Like Russell Johnson said, they have not kept their word and they need to. Somebody needs to bring a law suit against the FNM for breach of contract. What is the statute of limitations in The Bahamas? Is there one? If it hasn’t expired, go for a civil suit. The Manifesto was a contractual agreement to do certain things and when they failed to do what they promised, they breached the contract.

        Let me see, the [three] elements of a contract has been met; offer, consideration and acceptance. They’ll have to prove that they did what the said they would. They can’t prove it so sue them out of office, LOL. Bankrupt them and close them down. Take the money and hire more police. Wistful thinking…yes…but I’m frustrated with the crime rate and want something done about it. The two children being killed was the ‘straw that broke the camel’s back,’ for me.

    • Amen Me First! I could have said it any better. We need to stop covering up for person whom we know do wrongs in this country and then it’s the governments fault? The government was not there (and its not their fault)when the guy chapped up his girl friend or when drug dealers ripping off each other and have a price to pay for doing so. I don’t care if its the FMN or PLP who is in power. We have to wake up and stop condoning this type of behavior. People know exactly whats going on in this country at times in their own homes and never say or do anything about it but as soon as something happens ya hear them crying about my poor friend, child etc. Smt.

  16. At the rate things happening in this country, it look like you have to keep your funeral clothes prepared at all times. It’s like every other day somebody is losing their life. Look at this family, they just been to a funeral, now its time for them to go again.
    Sad.

    • Oh My, this is shocking, things are escalating in the wrong direction rather badly. I felt safe when I was in the Bahamas, so sad that things are changing. I do not wish for it to become anything like my home here in Jamaica.

  17. THEY NEED TO START HANGING THESE MURDERS.MOST OF THESE MURDERS ARE HIT SEND OUT ON PEOPLES LIVES THEY NEED TO GO STRIGHT TO THE SOURCE OR THE MAN SENDING OUT THESE HITS MY GOD ARE THE POLICE FORCE SCARED OF ONE DAM MAN HE IS HUMAN JUST LIKE EVERYBODY ELSE UNLESS THEY A$$ ON THE PAY ROLE TOO IT’S SICKEN THE REASON PPL TAKE MATTERS INTO THEIR OWN HANDS IS BECOUSE THEY POLICE DON’T DO SHIT AND THAT’S THE TRUTH.ALL THESE KILLING WON’T SOMETHING HAS TO GIVE!!!!!!!!

  18. the person who ask where the girl parents where, they were out of town, and no matter who comes into government the crime issue will not change, the people have to decide to do that, the courts and the police can try everything the people will continue to do as they please. people are going to the prison and hospital to seek revenge, the police cant do nothing for the bunch of stupid Bahamian people, and we quick to point out a crime a foreigner commit, but totally forget about the hundreds we commit, Bahamians are too self centered and need to stop thinking like people who live on a small rock not expose to the outside world. you want to see the crime rate drop, tell these parents to stay home from around the corners and bars and raise these children.

  19. When you live by the gun you die by the gun.Many days we in the Engleston area talk to these young men about their life style,but to no good result.This is only a manifestion of what is to come in that troublesome community.

      • Voting out FNM will not solve problems that are beyond man’s comrehension. We need JESUS in our lives in this country. Pastors need to
        give up material things, the world and focus on preaching the word of God.
        Focus on the hurting stop living fancy lifestyles and love one another. Go out into the highways and bi ways compelling the lost souls to come to Jesus. What happen the churches are sleeping, what happen to street meetings that were once held. Island wide crusades and prayer!! cut out
        politics and call on JESUS not PLP or FNM

    • JD: That is so true. True but sad. That is exactly what I was telling someone when they asked how people could justify blaming the Tommy and the FNM about Nellie’s murder. It is not as if its one murder but too many murders. It’s the entire lackadaisical attitude the FNM party seems to have towards the crime problem, in the Bahamas. They know about the crime rate but what have they been doing about it? Now, I’ve read that another 600 people have been or will be terminated from their employment? Ouch!

      It seems like the crime rate is rising to the point where kids are no longer safe in their own yards. Two members of one family wiped out? One is bad enough, but two is insane. WOW!! I was planning on sending my children home for the summer but no way! I can only imagine what that family is going through right now. Oh Lord, please help them! I feel terrible for the family of these young children. Oh Man!

  20. Stop? How can it? Especially since our police force is not only overwhelmed, but they’re undermanned. And you can’t blame them, because the Police is dealing with cases they’re not reporting to the public. It would frighten a great many of you if the truth was revealed on how many incidents the police deal with daily. I live in the Nassau Village area— around the corner from me, a few days ago some one was murdered. A few yards from my home a shooting victim died after he was taken to the hospital. In an excavated pit in a centralized location, there was a fire last year this same time, in which the police found a cache of weaponry, yet, we have no patrols. Several neighbours got robbed, including a gentleman who I know, and upon calling the police, they hadn’t enough officers to send out at the time to deal with his situation. And this gentleman met the thieves in his home. THANK GOD, they didn’t try to harm the gentleman. We have hundreds of Defense Force Officers who can patrol these areas and take orders from various zone Constables; ensuring the Civilian Forces has the authority even as the Defense Force Provide the Eyes and the Power of Authority to maintain safety. But no, instead, we have defense force officers giving out light bulbs. LIGHT BLOODY BULBS, HA! Trained killers and protectors of our sovereignty, giving out light bulbs. MY GOD, I weep for my people.

  21. Please Mr PM address the CRIME situation by speaking directly to the criminals.We have heard you address almost every issue except ……Being in charge of everything you now need to speak on CRIME so that the message would get through to your supporters and the country on the whole.Passing the buck has not worked so now doing the right thing is essential.

    • She was out with her brother. They came to a family driveway and was gunned down in the yard. SAD!

      BP

    • what do u mean where were the parents? come on man use what we all should have COMMON SENSE! she was on her way home after being collected from a relative’s home besides, it could of happened to anyone, anywhere and ANYTIME….the times r serious!

  22. damm…that nigga still in town after all dat shyt wit his sis jus hap, smt….he shud’ve known better..condolence to his family….another sad story dred..

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