Nassau, Bahamas – It is possible a ruling will come down today in the Hal Taylor murder trail. Senior Justice Anita Allen wrapped up the case just an hour ago. We now know Troyniko McNeil is being tried before the court in this matter. Bahamas Press once again wishes to go on record and say, “McNeil IS NOT GUILTY IN THIS MATTER!” And today his fate will be read by the hands of a jury.
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”, and they were eager to get him back in Nassau.
On June 26th, 2008 Bahamas Press wrote:
Police are all tight-lipped on the updates of Hal Taylor’s murder, however, a source close to the investigation has informed Bahamas Press that the officer, who alerted police and discovered the gruesome scene late last year, has been placed on administrative leave from the Royal Bahamas Police Force. The source noted, “I have little trust that anything is going to happen on this one, as the Force is even tight-lipped over the fact that an officer is on leave…”
That officer never appeared before court during the trial, WHY? Even the prosecution said some assisted McNeil in the murder, but what did McNeil do and what did his assistant do? The crown failed to prove McNeil was in Taylor’s room the day of the murder. It never brought that officer as a witness in their case. BP knows that that officer, who was place on leave, was indeed the first at Mountbatten House before any police was called. He discovered Taylor dead [SO HE SAY] the morning before detectives began their investigations. They fail to properly identify blood samples and failed to properly label them. Whose blood was Taylor’s? Which one was McNeil’s? And which one what some the other person? The police cannot say, the forensic department could not say, INCREDIBLE! And was that officer’s blood ever found on the site during their investigations? They failed to secure evidence properly. How did evidence collected at a murder scene end up in the private locker of an officer? And it was there for DAYS! Who could have tampered with it? WHAT SLOPPINESS!
Bahamas Press cries SHAME of the WUTLESS GESTAPO POLICE, who covered the tracks of their own from the beginning. Troyniko McNeil is an INNOCENT FAMILY MAN who will be VINDICATED!