Two murdered victims hacked to death and burned in an abandoned vehicle west of Bacardi Road tonight – News Breaking Now First on Bahamas Press

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Country records 8th murder in 7 days – Spike in Homicides worrisome – NATION BETWEEN PRAISE GOD AND O LORD in fortieth year –

Nassau, Bahamas –– Breaking News coming out the Southwestern community of New Providence tonight records a double homicide; the eighth murder in seven days and the 48th homicide incident for 2013.

Certainly, the country is feeling a spike in murder and a wave of criminal activity, which appears to be relentless despite the strong fight by the Criminal Justice System of the country. Criminals are being caught and tried, but what is festering in the community, homes and churches is another story.

BP investigators left the crime scene shortly after 8pm tonight and we can report that clearly the murder scene was similar to that of a Nelle Brown-Cox incident. The victims must have been killed elsewhere in the country and then transported to the Carmichael Road West section of the island, just through a dirt track road off of Bacardi Road.

In the burnt out shell of the vehicle, investigators discovered two charred bodies, one believed to be a male and the other a female.

Both bodies were extensively burnt beyond recognition. This was a cruel murder indeed, but what we also can report is even worse.

Hacked limbs of the victims were discovered away from the victims’ upper body parts. A foot was in one area and an arm in another. What a way to die.

Some believe this late breaking incident is another retaliation for another murder earlier this week of a young man who was shot dead, but police are not sure.

The Bahamas is going down a serious road if this theory is true and it will mean a few in this town clearly have lost confidence in the rule of law and have now abandoned all faith in the system to bring criminals to justice.

This is not good.

Police believe the charred car transporting the victims to this site was a stolen vehicle. However, this is not confirmed.

It was at around 6:31pm when a reported bush fire located on Carmichael Road west off Bacardi Road off the north side of the road first came to the attention of the police control room.

Fire personnel were dispatched and reported that while extinguishing the said fire, a vehicle was discovered in the midst of the flames and, upon checking same, two bodies were discovered inside the vehicle, burnt beyond recognition.

This latest incident records that almost 600 persons have been murdered in the country since 2007.

What a bloody nation we have on our hands. The Country in its 40th Anniversary year moves from Praise God to O LORD! How could a Christian Nation be found so violently rocked with RECORD MURDERS? Something has gone wrong in the homes!

We report yinner decide!


4 COMMENTS

  1. I DO BELIEVE THIS NATION IS READY TO TAKE A STAND AGAINST CRIME.AS A NATION WE `SAY` WE BELIEVE IN CAPITAL PUNISHMENT,AFTERALL ITS ON THE BOOKS,WITH THE PRIVY COUNCIL,NEVER HAPPEN.WHAT EVER NEEDS TO BE ADJUDICATED SHOULD HAVE BEEN DONE A LONG TIME.LET,S TAKE A STAND.

  2. Bahamas press don’t publish my response but i know they do be reading it so you don’t have to publish it, BUT! again i say pop necks, remove from England, it makes no sense we talking about 40yrs free from Britain we Midas well take down the flags put up Britain flag and sing god save the queen and drive on the other side of the road, The queen in her palace surrounded with thousands of guards inside and out so what the hell she care. BUT a nation that forgets GOD shall be turn into hell so keep praying God says I will not hear you,

  3. BAHAMAS AGAINST CRIME

    PRESS STATEMENT

    ANTI – CRIME RALLY
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    DATE: MAY 25, 2013 RELEASE: IMMEDIATE

    IN VIEW OF THE FACT THAT THE CRIME CRISIS IS NOT SUBSIDING, BUT INDEED IS INTENSIFYING IN ITS BRUTALITY AND EXPANDING IN ITS SCOPE, BAC IS ONCE AGAIN CALLING UPON RESIDENTS TO DEMONSTRATE THEIR GRAVE CONCERN, AND TO SEND A VERY STRONG COLLECTIVE MESSAGE THAT “ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.”

    ON SUNDAY, JUNE 9TH 2013, BAC WILL STAGE A RALLY IN RAWSON SQUARE, BEGINNING AT 4 P. M. UNDER THE THEME “TAKE A STAND,” BAC IS INVITING ALL CONCERNED RESIDENTS AND ORGANIZATIONS TO ASSEMBLE AND THEREBY MAKE A POWERFUL STATEMENT THAT WE ARE NOT PREPARED TO TAKE IT ANYMORE!

    CRIME IS MAKING THE BAHAMAS, PARTICULARLY NEW PROVIDENCE, A MISERABLE PLACE TO LIVE. IT IS NOW PRESENTING A VERY SERIOUS THREAT TO THE FOUNDATION OF THE NATIONAL ECONOMY, THE TOURISM INDUSTRY. ALREADY THIS NUMBER ONE INDUSTRY IS BEGINNING TO ROCK AND REEL FROM THE EFFECTS OF CRIME. THE MURDER COUNT IS PUSHING FIFTY AND WE ARE STILL IN ONLY THE FIFTH MONTH. OTHER SERIOUS CRIMES ARE SHOWING SIMILAR FRIGHTENING TRENDS.

    “THE CLOCK IS TICKING,” SAID REV. DR. C. B. MOSS, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF BAC, “AND THE QUESTION IS ALREADY BEING ASKED WHETHER THE NATION WILL BE ABLE TO TURN THE SITUATION AROUND BEFORE WE HIT ROCK BOTTOM.”

    BAC FIRMLY BELIEVES THAT THE SITUATION COULD BE ARRESTED AND THEN REVERSED, HOWEVER, THE RESIDENTS MUST DEMONSTRATE THAT THEY ARE VERY SERIOUS. THIS WILL MOVE THE GOVERNMENT AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS TO IMPLEMENT INITIATIVES THAT WILL HAVE THE DESIRED EFFECT.

    WE MUST DO IT NOW THE STATEMENT CONCLUDES, FOR TOMORROW MAY BE TOO LATE.

    _________________
    Rev. Dr. C. B. Moss
    Executive Director
    For further info
    Contact 324-4528
    325-7909

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