Mark Daghorn – Another Case of One Law for the Medes and Another for the Persians?

BU featured the case of Johan Bjerkham and Felisia Holder a couple days ago – with a subplot Mark Maloney – and asked the question if the law in Barbados is defined by two Barbadoses – see Mother Charged for Death of Son – Reminding the Court that Johan Bjerkham Did Same.

Again we are forced to make the same inquiry about one Mark George Daghorn, 49, of West End, Queen Street, Speightstown, St Peter who was charged with wounding with intent 39-year-old Ricardo Vincent Corbin in November 2016. A google of the name ‘Mark Daghorn’ details a few interesting stories. Go ahead, see for yourself.

BU understands Daghorn operates three restaurants in the North of the island and that the aforementioned charge against him was dropped. If the information received by BU is correct the blogmaster is curious to ask why? Daghorn is free to convey his side of the story which the blogmaster promises to publish (unedited).

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  • Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service

    Been hearing about this scam artist, crook, thief for years, that is who Barbados governments are proud to allow into the island, as long as they are white, he should have been deported long ago.

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  • Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service

    I should add, while the same Black governments demonize and criminalize their own Black cousins from other Caribbean islands just for being Black…while allowing white criminals to not only live happily and carefree in Barbados but also to commit as many crimes as they like against Black Bajans and the state, without consequences..

    …..if no one can see anything wrong with government’s criminal behaviors against there own people, then something is really, really wrong,,

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  • @WELL WELL, THE UGLY PM BELIEVE HE IS WHITE, EVER CHECK HIS BEHAVIOR TOWARDS WHITE FOLKS? LIKE AT REPEATED VISITORS FETS? AND THE GIFTING AWAY OF CROWN LANDS, AND THE SHADY CONTRACTS TO THE 6 ELITE FRIENDS?…WHILE DEM WEARING US DOWN TO DE GRAVE………..BUT WELL WELL THE NIGHT IS FAR SPENT, THE DAY IS AT HAND….NO 1 SEAT FOR THE ASSORTED NUTS

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  • Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service

    Boy will Fruendolitte miss those monthly fetes he throws for tourists at Llaro court out of the taxpayer’s pocket…he can continue throwing fetes for tourists at his house, out out of his own pockets when his ass is kicked to the curb…soon come.

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  • @ Ali Baba.. I am certainly no supporter of this administration but you need to remind me of a different stance that obtained before this administration. Even the church that constantly preached about the evils of suicide took a different stance when David Guy an employee of RLSeale presided over his own demise…. Since time immemorial, We doan like We.

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  • Caswell Franklyn

    Since no one seems to notice, I will ask again: why hasn’t the man, who took his minor child to Bathsheba to surf during a storm, been charged in relation to the death of that child?

    He had a duty to protect his child, instead, he placed that child in harms way that resulted in his death. That should amount to negligently or recklessly causing the child’s death. I have heard of no criminal prosecution in this case but the authorities are prosecuting the mother who accidentally collided with an illegal protrusion onto the highway at Coverley.

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  • @Caswell

    Perhaps the DPP agrees the mother did not ‘accidentally’ collide with the Coverley construction but it was due to negligence?

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  • Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service

    The New York Daily News pointed out that the 16 year old boy was a minor surfing in a storm in Bathsheba, with adults all around him, the idiot clowns in the minority community tried to make the drowned boy out to be some local hero despite no one even knowing who he was….and the idiot authorities in Barbados followed suit…

    ….the adults should have been charged with recklessness since despite all advisories from the met office, they all ignored these warnings of storm surge and took a minor surfing…..someone should have been charged and would have had the island not been an unsupervised banana republic.

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  • Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service

    Makes one questions the DPPs power of analysis, since if the ILLEGAL Maloney construction was not there, there would be nothing for the female to collide with, being a lawyer or even a DPP does not mean you can analyze commonsense scensrios,

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  • Hamilton Hill
    I recall the Guys met a most unfortunate end.It appears he took out….. read murdered …..his entire family and then committed suicide.The man was regular at church.Can’t recall if there was ever a coroner’s verdict…

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  • millertheanunnaki

    @ Well Well & Cut N’ Paste At Your Service March 18, 2018 at 9:26 AM

    Perfect counter to the Blogmaster, the devil advocate in this case.

    In this case there must be more than one party liable for negligence leading to the ‘accidental’ death of the schoolboy.

    Based on all the evidence which has been put in the public domain one could only conclude that is was nothing but a fatal accident waiting to happen.

    The child’s mother just happened to be the careless one to bring about what the authorities- despite their edicts and protestations but still under the control and manipulation of the local maguffey Maloney- knew would eventually happen with the effluxion of time.

    Who else is on that list to fall into the Coverley deathtrap despite the recent law about texting and driving?

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  • Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service

    Whenever I drive that stretch of road Miller…and barely see that ILLEGAL island jutting out before swerving to avoid hitting it, i always envision ways to destroy Maloney, none of which he could survive and then sue this corrupt ass government for enabling him in his all criminal practices on the island and for not ripping up that dangerous illegal structure in the road.

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  • Add the case of the blockage of a water course to the mix.
    If the Persians adhere to the law as it applies to them, there will never be changes,

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  • @Miller

    So far have we had confirmation from the TP department that the Coverley construction is illegal?

    Is this an opportunity for the leader of the Opposition and the former Attorney General Dale Marshall making the claim to put their money where their mouths are and challenge the issue in the Court a la David Comissiong?

    The construction is located in the area normally reserved for traffic to pull off the highway. There is no reason for a vigilante driver to be in the path of the alleged construction. The argument is whether the constitution should be allowed in the reserve. How is it different to the one which is located at the exit from the Belle for example?

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  • if you are entering or existing that area, the illegal island is smack in the middle of the road, it should not be there, that is why T&P deemed it an illegal construction, Maloney has no legal reason for placing an island in the middle of that road, it should be free of encumbrances.

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  • the only reason Maloney put an illegal structure in the middle of the road is to prove to everyone on the island that he owns the retarded government ministers and other officials and they can’t stop him no matter what he does.

    Has anyone of them removed the illegal structure yet, even though a child died?

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  • System is Broken

    The Barbados Police are corrupt they would have taken money from the white business man to drop the wounding case.

    That is how they roll in Barbados BRIBE AND KICKBACK money talks.

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  • Sunshine Sunny Shine

    You want him to continue throwing fetes in Barbados? Well Well, I want his ass get kick out of Barbados. If Mottley is worth her weight in salt, I hope she investigates his deceiving pretender. He should not live in Barbados in comfort. Each time he is seen someone should abuse his ass in cuss.

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  • lol..SSS, something is seriously wrong mentally with all of them, I hope none of them have the nerve to turn up at people’s houses begging for votes, they deserv to be stoned…let’s hope the people of St. John and other areas stone their asses.

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  • Until there is no longer first class and second class citizens of any nation, until the colour of a mans skin is no more significance than the colour of his eyes. Until basic rights are equally guaranteed to all without regard to race. Rule of International morality will be an illusion pursued by never attained ……. WAR

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  • Too much talk
    ‘T&P deemed it an illegal’
    Please tell me why a next government agency cannot destroy it.

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  • Send him the bill

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  • Tell me why this government and it’s taxpayer funded agencies cannot destroy Maloney’s maliciously and illegally built structures.

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  • Caswell Franklyn

    Well Well

    The answer is simple – you do not bite the hand that feeds you campaign contributions.

    Sent from my iPad

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  • We do not know the full details. If a TP officer issued an order it can be appealed and or be overruled by the minister responsible for TP. In this instance the Prime Minster. We need to know the status of the order, if it was issued and how was it responded to. Bear in mind the gas station located inside Coverley was said to be in breach of the regulations and when last the blogmaster cruised through Coverley there were attendants dispensing petrol.

    http://www.townplanning.gov.bb/legislation/CAP240.pdf

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  • Let us ask the question a second time.

    Why was the charge against Mark Daghorn dropped?

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  • NorthernObserver

    You must know why?
    “Mark George Daghorn, 49, of West End, Queen Street, Speightstown was charged with wounding with intent. Twenty-eight-year-old Rico Stevenson Greaves of #1 Broomfield, St Lucy, was charged with wounding with intent and use of firearm.
    Daghorn and Greaves appeared before Magistrate Blair at the Holetown Court where they were both remanded to reappear on December 5.” [2016]

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  • Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service

    I see…not even if not biting those corrupt criminal hands is at the expense of their own people’s lives, futures, health wealth and well being or at the cost of their own reputations which has been lowered to laughing stock level and are in tatters…across the Caribbean and the world..

    They lack self respect and integrity.

    Good going Caswell.

    80 days left, enough time for more to be exposed.

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  • How is it different to the one which is located at the exit from the Belle for example?

    The only difference that I can see is that the Coverly construction is an exit/entrance off/to to a two lane highway (one lane each direction), while the one at the Bell is is next to a 4 lane highway (two lanes each direction). I think the fact that the highway at Coverly is only two lane vs 4 lane at the Bell could make it a bit more confusing for a driver not paying attention, not familiar with the highway (eg a tourist), or perhaps a bit “under the influence” to assume that the exit lane at Coverly is another driving lane and not an exit, especially at night.

    I think the exit at Coverly could really use a big “Exit Lane Only” sign hanging over or posted next to the exit lane well before the actual turn off into Coverly and some fluorescent arrow signs about 3 feet up off the ground pointing to the left (the type that really light up in the headlights) on top of the concrete protusion and plant bed that sticks out into the entrance/exit lane. If that were done, I would have no objection to the protrusion.

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  • Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service

    Or they could dig up the damn unnecessary, ugly and illegal island and just put up an entrance/exit sign…..but not at taxpayer’s expense.

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  • @Caswell Franklyn March 18, 2018 at 8:52 AM “Since no one seems to notice, I will ask again: why hasn’t the man, who took his minor child to Bathsheba to surf during a storm, been charged in relation to the death of that child?”

    Very likely because the authorities don’t care about the lives of little white children. Little white children also deserve the full protection of the law, but it seems that they may not be getting it.

    And in addition If their white fathers don’t stand up for them maybe their mothers should, but I expect that the mothers have little or no income of their own and can’t or won’t gainsay the more powerful white fathers.

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  • We must not assume that white women and their white children are treated well by their white husbands and fathers.

    The women and children may be too victimized to complain.

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  • There are many women who will take the side of their husbands even when it is clear that the hushand is wrong. And this is often because the woman is dependent on the man’s income.

    Don’t let the white skin fool you.

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  • Well, Well March 18, 2018 at 12:18 PM “Has anyone of them removed the illegal structure yet, even though a child died?”

    Nope.

    We are waiting for a few more children to die.

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  • I know Ricardo, his parents, his grandparents, and his great grand parents. Fine people all. Cool headed.

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  • What if Ricardo was white?

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  • Sunshine Sunny Shine

    It does not need all the ”what if” speculation and assumption to determine that Barbados judicial system protects those with a lot of money. We all know that behind closed doors a lot of money can be paid to persons with significant influence to get their cases squash or make it look like the system is serving up justice while subjecting it to the normalcy of plenty delays. Both political parties have shaped and formed a special protective net to keep the status quo in Bim from ever seeing the insides of a jail cell. Therefore, why would they give a rats ass about any case that bears a stark similarity to another case, where one person could leave the island without consequence, and another has to feel the full weight of the law. We all know that Barbados is a place where politicians and the filthy rich can easily live in comfort despite the overwhelming evidence that points to get rich scheming.

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  • Caswell Franklyn

    SS

    Not to be picky but legal cases can be quashed. Squash is to flatten.

    Sent from my iPad

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  • Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service

    What is especially nauseating, is that from Bjerkham to Cow, to Bizzy, to Maloney, to Temoro et al were merely a bunch of poor ass small island people, given wealth and opportunities by the dumbest black men and women to be found in any parliament….wealth, contracts and money that rightfully belongs to the majority black population…

    ….then the same ministers/politicians/authorities got the damn gall to treat these demons, thieves and criminals they enriched like small island gods, allowing them to get away with any number of crimes on the island, after enriching them with the people’s contracts and money….that should never had gone to any of them in the first place…while locking up their own people for any and everything.

    The asses in parliament should indeed be stoned…..for approaching anyone in the majority population to vote for anyone of them, they are some worthless black shits, the lowest of the low of human waste..

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  • @Caswell Franklyn March 19, 2018 at 1:02 AM “Not to be picky but…

    Quashed: put an end to, put a stop to, stamp out, crush
    Squash: trample, stamp on

    So whether it is said that a case has been quashed or squashed the end result it is the same damn thing, the case has been put an end to, put a stop to, stamped out, crushed, trampled, stamped on.

    Same damn thing.

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  • millertheanunnaki

    @ David March 18, 2018 at 10:41 AM #
    “@Miller
    So far have we had confirmation from the TP department that the Coverley construction is illegal?
    Is this an opportunity for the leader of the Opposition and the former Attorney General Dale Marshall making the claim to put their money where their mouths are and challenge the issue in the Court a la David Comissiong?”

    David, you see how widely read your blogs are?
    Even the ‘reactive’ Opposition have read your clarion call and are throwing their weighty legal resources behind the dead boy’s accused mother.

    The question still remains as to why the authorities are still allowing that illegal structure to pose a serious risk to other motorists.

    Can you expect to see the other law enforcement agencies applying the law evenhandedly and charge the other parties who by their very ‘illegal’ acts have contributed to the negligence which resulted in the death of the child?

    The same way people buying goods which have been stolen (even without them knowing the goods were ‘illegally’ acquired) can be charged as an accessory to criminal activities why can’t the party which put up the ‘unapproved’ structure on the highway?

    Let’s see if the new female legal broom in the DPP house can sweep with an even hand.

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  • @Miller

    Accolade and brickbat.

    This matter should have been prosecuted by the Opposition months ago if Mia was in possession of the documents to prove the protrusion was challenged by the TP department.

    Kudos nevertheless the matter has garnered attention and gives life to the maxim better late then never.

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  • millertheanunnaki

    @ David March 19, 2018 at 8:53 AM

    BU is merely living up to the spirit of its motto:

    “For the cause that lacks assistance, the wrong that needs resistance, for the future in the distance, and the good that [BU] can do”.

    Clearly you wouldn’t expect the ‘Advocate’ or even the Nation politically partisan rag-sheets to exercise such an altruistic commitment to social justice?

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  • Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service

    Kudos must be given whenWE SEE the opposition lawyers take up this matter and justice is really served in this child’s death…I dont know how many more onesided, unfair decisions, disenfranchisement and injustices must be meted out to the majority population who are the taxpayers, before the gaggle of lawyers existing on the island and the leaders who should have been protecting their own people , but never appeared to do so in the last 50 years, finally act.

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  • Sunshine Sunny Shine

    Caswell

    I never thought that you would be so nitpicky with words. Good thing I got a thing for you. But really, but serious, The persons who sought to charge this mother while ignoring that they were similiar cases that went before this heart wrenching death, are the ones who want locking to shite up. Barbados is such a frig up place, stuuuuuuuupse.

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  • young people all over the world are advocating to change their world but ya got a bunch of nasty ass politicians, leaders and authorities in these small island states, dumbing down the young people in a bid to prevent change, because they love their slave mentalities, don’t think it should end, don’t believe there is better to be done and refuse to give young people opportunities to move forward.

    the jackasses on the island are a laughing stock, did you read what that joke Sealy said to the UK Telegraph, people are dying with laughter…they all seem to be stuck in corruption mode and are unable to hide it.

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  • Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service

    It’s only the most ignorant in the society cannot see that Maloney with his illegal structure was culpable in this child’s death and should be charged…whether it is shared culpability or not is beside the point, the illegal structure existed or the mother could not hit it…commonsense 101..for the DPP.

    It has reached the stage that whether Maloney removes the illegal.protrusion or not, he can still be charged.

    https://www.barbadostoday.bb/2018/03/19/mia-wants-charges-brought-against-maloney/

    “Opposition Leader Mia Mottley says it’s unfair that the mother of deceased 11-year-old Elijah Holder-Phillips is the only one facing criminal charges following his untimely death nearly three years ago.

    The boy’s mother, 33-year-old Felisha Osula Holder, of Hopefield, Christ Church, was the driver of the vehicle, which struck a sign post before overturning at the entrance of the Villages at Coverley on June 26, 2015, killing her son on the spot.

    As a result, she appeared in court here last Wednesday and was released on $7,500 bail with one surety on a charge of dangerous driving.

    However, addressing a BLP meeting at Briar Hall, Christ Church last night, Mottley was adamant that the young mother was not solely responsible and as such she should not be the only one criminally charged for her son’s death.

    “How she can face the law courts alone and the person who built that obstruction on the highway does not have to face a single [charge] in this country?” Mottley asked in reference to the developer Mark Maloney, who has been a persistent thorn in the BLP’s side over the past six years in particular.

    Mia Mottley and Mark Maloney
    In fact, their criticisms over his erection of a concrete abutment that extends from the Villages onto the ABC Highway grew louder with the death of Elijah, who was on his way home from his school’s graduation when he met his tragic end.

    “How do you think that ordinary Bajans feel tonight to know that . . . a mother having lost her son on the day in which he left primary school to go to Queen’s College? . . . How this woman can even face tomorrow morning?” Mottley asked.

    Reaching back to the issue that her party has long had with the abutment, she said, “the man who built and the company who built that obstruction on the highway, was told that it had to move”.

    “The Chief Technical Officer [in the Town Planning Department], on the 7th of March, 2012, said the design as it stands not only encroaches on the road shoulder, but also the road reserve as well as the land which is needed for any future expansion of the highway, which, given the rate of increase in traffic volumes, will soon be necessary,” Mottley added.

    Holding high some documents which she said substantiated her contention, the Opposition Leader said that on March 6, 2015, the then Permanent Secretary in the Prime Minister’s Office had written the developers at Coverley complaining that the “access egress located within the acquisition corridor of the ABC Highway has not been altered as requested . . . to allow tanker trucks to use the access egress which will exacerbate an already hazardous traffic situation”.

    Mottley also spoke of the Deputy Chief Planning Officer writing the Permanent Secretary to say that the entrance was not built in compliance with the regulatory requirements.

    “How does that gentleman [Maloney] not face action, and how has the Town Planning Department not gone up there to dig it up?” the BLP leader asked.”

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  • Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service

    Lowlifes and yardfowls can call it what they want, but Maloney has to be charged, if anyone else had built an illegal structure that resulted in a child’s or anyone’s death, they would have been charged.

    …. this arrogant jackass had the disrespectful gall to laugh when the child die, although knowing he had no legal right to build the obstruction. ..but felt untouchable because of the outgoing corrupt government ministers he owns.

    Kudos to Mia for standing on top of this.

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  • millertheanunnaki

    @ Well Well & Cut N’ Paste At Your Service March 20, 2018 at 3:55 AM

    We shall wait to see how many of the BU ‘feminists’ (including the double Woman “W”, the Mock Doc proudly displaying the social security symbol for ‘Simple Simon’ of the NAZI “SS” and the triple “S” always with her Sunny Side Showing) who are keen to promote the empowerment of women in order to achieve high offices will be rallying behind this ‘feminists cause for social justice.

    Now all the ducks are lined up to bring about a serious change in the old lodge boys’ network of cover up.
    From the GG to the LoO and now the DPP are now in place to make that much desired mother-hen difference.

    We, the now marginalized deadbeat curmudgeons of BU, would be looking on like Statler and Waldorf to see if you feminists of BU would be allowing your ‘fellow’ big girls now in high places to sweep this blatant act of injustice under the carpet of political interference with there being one law for the poor mothers and another for the rich pale skin boys running things in Bim.

    Now where is “NOW” in all of this to witness if the place called Barbados is ruled by the LAW (Led by Assertive Women) and not by an unelected male character called “MM” who has made his ‘Mark’ not only as a business tycoon operating in the ‘shade’ but in control of the puppet politicians but also the local Supremo soaring way above the said LAW.

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  • Well Well @ Cut and Paste @ Your Service

    From the GG to the LoO and now the DPP are now in place to make that much desired mother-hen difference.

    Miller….i too am watching to see if these now perfectly position females who have power to wield for positive change going forward, will still allow chauvinist males to continue the backward spiral and current regressive mode from progress, fairness and justice.

    Some days i feel only one voice is being aggressive, but then we get a couple BU females saying something…not often enough, but it is what it is.

    i could care less which dirtbag ministers and lowlife politicians Maloney and his evil masters bribe, his wicked action of openly and publicly defying T and P to build the illegal structure and refusal to remove it when he built it anyway, directly contributed to the childs death, i always knew there was evidence and for this he can be charged.

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  • @millertheanunnaki March 20, 2018 at 8:24 AM “Now all the ducks are lined up to bring about a serious change in the old lodge boys’ network of cover up.”

    To tell the truth I would like to see ALL of the old lodge boys’ network of cover up, locked up, including you, maybe especially you.

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  • millertheanunnaki

    @ Simple Simon March 20, 2018 at 9:10 AM

    Now you see why you are referred to as the “SS” and not just simply ‘Simon’?

    So you want to lock up the lowly miller or even condemn him to the gas chamber just because he is promoting the empowerment of women needed to bring about a new regime to replace the current male-dominated fascist Bajan Schutzstaffel called the DLP Reich?

    Are you, the SS, mocking the miller with your jibing threats of incarceration?

    The miller is neither misogynist nor misogamist and would vote for sweet P Natalie any day before Lynette the turncoat political muppet.

    Why not call for such drastic actions against the bull(y)ing Greenverbs guy the leprous pal of the PM who stole millions from those hardworking female Bajans but never made any deposits into the ‘hairy’ banks (including you and the many females in your kinship)?

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  • Me and my female kin did NOT invest in CLICO.

    We knew better.

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  • millertheanunnaki

    @ Simple Simon March 20, 2018 at 4:57 PM

    Greenverbs has tricked the finest brains of Bim (including 3 PMs) into doing his bidding.

    How come you never became another of his many suckers?

    It seems you and your female kin are a cut above the rest. And all along we thought you, the smart sister SS, were just a simpleton of a Johnny from St John who would still vote for the same Greenverbs leper should he run on a DLP ticket.

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  • WHA YUH GINE DO BOUT IT MIA

    “Opposition Leader Mia Mottley says it’s unfair that the mother of deceased 11-year-old Elijah Holder-Phillips is the only one facing criminal charges following his untimely death nearly three years ago.”

    “The Chief Technical Officer [in the Town Planning Department], on the 7th of March, 2012, said the design as it stands not only encroaches on the road shoulder, but also the road reserve as well as the land which is needed for any future expansion of the highway, which, given the rate of increase in traffic volumes, will soon be necessary,” Mottley added.”

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  • WHA YUH GINE DO BOUT IT MIA

    “Mottley also spoke of the Deputy Chief Planning Officer writing the Permanent Secretary to say that the entrance was not built in compliance with the regulatory requirements.

    “How does that gentleman [Maloney] not face action, and how has the Town Planning Department not gone up there to dig it up?” the BLP leader asked.”

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  • Hants March 21, 2018 at 2:48 PM #

    Poor regulation. If the entrance was not built with planning permission, 24 hours later the bulldozers should have moved in and removed it.
    We cannot keep excusing poor regulation nor can we blame people for trying to exploit this weakness. The only people who do not stand a affair chance are the little black boys from the block before the uncompromising and unforgiving magistrates.
    .

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  • @millertheanunnaki March 21, 2018 at 8:29 AM “Greenverbs has tricked the finest brains of Bim (including 3 PMs) into doing his bidding.”

    Have you considered that perhaps the 3 PM’s are NOT the finest brains in Bim?

    Lolll!!!

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  • The discussion about Mark Daghorn has switched to Mr Maloney…so I will add that the structure on Spring Garden Highway that The TCP ordered be removed, is still there..in fact , a considerable amount of additional work has been done on it..this shows a total lack of respect and a cavalier attitude that is quite amazing. It also demonstrates the weakness or corruption of the powers that be, to allow this to happen.

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  • Well Well @ Cut and Paste @ Your Service

    what finest brain in Bim what, a bunch of little, greedy black boys who love to wallow in corruption…. only by a fluke and corrupt Thompson unexpectedly they found themselves in parliament and in charge of the peoples money and surprised to see minority crooks who would not spit on them on the street before if they were on fire, treating them like humans and best buddies, but still would never invite them to their home, even that was enough for house negros to sell out.

    Maloneys intelligence level is no higher, but his masters know black bajans very well and how to manipulate fools…i have had conversations with Maloney and he is pure dummy….but the asses of parliament are so much dumber, that is why he disrespects them and blatantly shows he owns them.

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  • Mark is a nasty unkind person . Greedy and care bout no one but heself. All de talk about town is how he does launder money an corrupt de politicians . He treat everybody that work for he real bad. Pay dem shite money and ting. De man a real Pokey hole .

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