Police have once again failed to investigate a alleged sexual encounter that has taken place on a school campus in the country. Now we know why police are not wanted on school campuses. Scores of sexual act continue to occur, with 13 and 14 year olds becoming pregnant on school campuses across the country.
Bahamas Press has learned that the 17 year old son of a cabinet minister has engaged in an alleged unlawful sexual act while on the school campus of Queen’s College. The entire incident was captured and recorded on the school’s surveillance cameras. The incident occurred last month at an after school event. Details on the tape revealed that the minister’s son engaged in an unlawful sexual act with an underaged 13 year old girl in a classroom.
The school’s principal suspended that minister’s son for one week after the incident, however no report have yet been filed to the police in this latest sex act incident, which continue to occur on campuses around the country.
Last week the ‘WUTLASS MEDIA’ in the country denied a report of sex acts occurring at the Doris Johnson High School, which was captured on Youtube. Media in The Bahamas are all in the business of deflecting news in the country. The Ministry of Education went as far as to suggest that the video which circulated on Youtube was not a Bahamian school. The video was later deleted.
However, reports coming to Bahamas Press confirmed that contrary to the ministry’s report, the students at the high school did engage in a sexual acts.
The legal age to have sex is 16 according to the laws of The Bahamas. Therefore sex with underage persons would automatically land the attacker 7 years in jail. Bahamas Press is calling on the principal to report the matter to the proper authorities or resign the position for failure to protect the ‘most innocent’ in the society from such crimes.