Freeport – Bahamas Press is learning that the Coroner Court has found that an Immigration Officer had acted in self-defense following the murder of his son.
We are learning that just this afternoon senior immigration officer, Ruiz Gibson, was unanimously found by the jury to have acted in self-defense in the shooting death of, Nicholas Jean. The shooting incident was found to be justifiable.
The 1 man 4 women jury delivered their verdict in the Freeport Magistrate’s Court #3 this afternoon.
You would remember how BP was the first to break the news on Easter Monday holiday, where at a birthday bash a homicide incident unfolded.
Nicholas Jean, who was uninvited to the party, which was for Ruiz’s son, Rasheid Gibson, initiated a fight where he began to stab Rasheid about the body. Rasheid died on the scene.
Ruiz witnessing all this pulled out his issued gun and lick-off shots hitting fatally Nicholas [his son’s attacker] in the head.
The incident unfolded at a popular beach on Grand Bahama.
Deputy Chief Magistrate Debbye Ferguson presided over the matter at the Coroner.
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