Nassau, Bahamas — We’re glad to hear that Troynico McNeil is back in the news. And if you did not know, McNeil is the man being accused of the murder of fashion designer Hal Taylor. This case is important because if you do remember Bahamas Press reported that our deep throat on the Royal Bahamas Police Force stated that a young officer was put on leave after he discovered Taylor dead in his home.
Back then twenty-one years-old McNeil in 2008 was brought before the courts and charged to have allegedly murdered Taylor between November 17 and 18, 2007.
Taylor’s mutilated body was discovered on Sunday 18th. His murder came just a days following the discovery of Dr. Thaddeus McDonald, who was murdered at his home on Queen’s Street [the most guarded street in the entire Bahamas, the address of the United States Embassy].
News of Taylor’s death sent shock waves throughout the community and spawned a public scare that a “SERIAL MURDERER of SISSIES” was on the loose. Whoever started that scare in the WUTLESS MEDIA must know the killer or was VERY familiar with the lifestyles of those murdered.
We are interested in this case because to this very day, LITTLE IS SAID STILL about this officer, who was sent on leave out of the country by the ‘HIGH COMMAND’ of the RBPF. McNeil was reported to have a broken leg during the time of Taylor’s murder, which would’ve made it impossible for him to commit such violence.
There’s a question we must ask however. How come McNeil returned so quickly returned to The Bahamas? You would remember, that on July 4th, 2008, police in Miami arrested McNeil on a matter not related to Taylor’s murder. The Bahamian Gestapo police was ready to protect their own, therefore, according to them McNeil was a “person of interest” they were eager to get back in Nassau.
Within hours, they quickly made their request for McNeil to be brought back here to The Bahamas to face charges. On July 27th, twenty-three days later, Chief Superintendent of Police Glen Miller said, McNeil is still a person of interest.
“We do need to bring him home,” Mr. Miller said. “We are not sure when that will happen because there are some things that US officials are doing and whenever they are done with that we will bring him home.” Notice the stress, “WE WILL BRING HIM HOME!”
In less than one month of his capture in Miami, early August 2008, McNeil was deported from the United States and was formally charged before the Magistrate’s Court for the death of the fashion designer.
Here are some additional FACTS. Andre Birbal has been in US custody since Sunday May 4th according to Marvin Dames and our sources in New York. It took more than one month for the AG’s office to sign an official extradition request to the American government to have Birbal returned to The Bahamas.
It has taken MORE THAN A MONTH FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF THE BAHAMAS TO FORMALLY ASK THE US FOR A MAN, WHO RAPED SCORES OF YOUNG BOYS AT THE EIGHT MILE ROCK HIGH SCHOOL ON GRAND BAHAMA!
July 4th, this Saturday, would make two months since Birbal was captured. Again, he’s WANTED IN THE BAHAMAS for RAPING SCORES OF CHILDREN and has yet to return. The GESTAPO Police went out their way to get McNeil, but are tight-lipped on the return of Birbal. And we know why.
Carl ‘UNDERNOURISHED’ Bethel’s ministry allowed Birbal to come to Nassau, collect his package and aided in an escape out of this town. Soon, VERY SOON, BP will say why the police wants Birbal lost in the US! WHAT A SHAME!!!!!!!
Click and listen to this report from ZNS calling for Solidarity against Child Abuse. While we applaud their efforts, we ask these questions, where is the call for JUSTICE? Where is the call telling the government to ACT? And where were these people when Troy Garvey was the sole voice on Grand Bahama pleading for the arrest of a Andre Birbal? WE NEED CHANGE PEOPLE!