Nassau, Bahamas — Tommy Tunrquest promised the Bahamian people to “eliminate crime” when he and PAPA were returned to office, but today what the country is witnessing is “FAILED LEADERSHIP by the FNM”. They both have abandoned that pledge to the Bahamian people and are now building roads for the criminals to evade justice.
In less than 12 hours the country has recorded murder # 213 since 2009; climbing up by one in less than 12 hours. And as this death toll becomes out of control we record still there are some six deaths left unclassified believed to be murders, however, authorities cannot tell.
Early this morning we can confirm another murder in the Ameryllis Avenue, Garden Hills #1 subdivision took place, and has claimed the life of a 14-year-old schoolgirl.
According to information from detectives, seconds after midnight a male and female [both relatives] had just pulled into the driveway of a relative’s home, when they were approached by some unknown person/s armed with handguns.
The gunmen then opened fire on the occupants of the black 2005 Honda Accord, hitting the young teen multiple times about the body. She was taken to hospital where she succumbed to her injuries.
When will Tommy and the crew accept enough is enough? When will they see there is too much crime in this country where the witnesses are being slaughtered, the mother nursing the baby is being massacred and the school children cannot find peace? WHEN? WHEN? WHEN? ALL WE SEE IS RED, and it ain’t the kind associated in the FNM!
Lord, WE NEED CHANGE!
ARMED ROBBERY AT MARSHALL ROAD
Sometime around 12:43 am on Sunday 13th March, 2011 police received information of an armed robbery at Marshall Road. Police responded and information received that a female on arrival to her residence at Marshall Road was approached by a male allegedly armed with a handgun. It is reported the culprit robbed the female of her silver 1995 Nissan Sunny L/P 181790 and fled the area in an unknown direction. Police are investigating.
ARMED ROBBERY BUDGET IN YAMACRAW
Sometime around 8:00 am on Sunday 13th March, 2011 police received information of an armed robbery at Budget Meat Mart, Yamacraw Hill Road. Police responded and information received that two dark males, one of whom was allegedly armed with a handgun entered the establishment and demanded cash. The culprits robbed the store of an undetermined amount of cash and fled the area east on Yamacraw Hill Road and then into Elizabeth Estates in silver Nissan Sunny L/P 181790. A short while later the vehicle was recovered by police on Australia Avenue, Elizabeth Estates. Police investigations continue.