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March '06 expected to set new murder record

Sunday, March 26, 2006

Nine more murders committed in six days brought Trinidad's homicide count to 93 for the year so far. That's 20 more compared to the same period last year.
Police expect March would set the new murder record. The Homicide Bureau recorded 35 murders up to March 24th but investigators expected the amount to pass 40 if the trend continued.
The record number of murders in any one month is 40, committed in September, 2005.
There has been a 27.39 per cent increase in murders this year over the same period last year.

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cys4Qe Not bad post, but a lot of extra !!....
By oem software @ New York
Saturday, February 11, 2012

By Spicy @  

Thursday, April 27, 2006

Mudasadick and Mudascunt in Florida
Me lick shot pon fasci, i is from yard and me lick a shot at all fasci holes me set me mark and lick shot pon it i is a true yardee by way of bayamon
By Mudascunt @ boca raton, Florida
Wednesday, April 26, 2006

There are much higher crime rates in Jamaica
There are much higher crime rates in Jamaica. So you 'Low lifes', who come here to critisize Trinidad and it's Crime rates, 'NEEDS TO SHUT THE FUCK UP.'
By Spicy_Trini @  

Sunday, April 23, 2006

Run For Life!!!
I remember the old song which say the following: "Run for you life he is behind you with a Knife". I can't remember the Artist, probably he was looking into the future and see all the murders coming to the Caribbean region. Something as to be done about all these killings anyway, I wonder if we could look at ourselves in a Mirror before we attempt such act.
By Lincoln @ Canada/Gods Land 

Friday, April 14, 2006

What is Murder rate like in Nigeria? also what is the population total? Please reply. Thanks.
By XX @ XX 

Thursday, April 6, 2006

no body but the government is to be blamed, hang the primeminister.
hang the police commissioner.
they obviously cannot control the situaTION...


Wednesday, April 5, 2006

Blind As Bat
In my school days,if a professor heard of this,some set of students would be writing a thesis on it.

There would be collabaration between natrual sciences and social sciences and even heavy debates on campus on the feasibilty of Menathnol or Ethanol.

To day students are more concern on demonstrating about fees or attempted mob killings of suspected Gay rapist.

What have we become? as one talk show host called these university "Intellectual Ghetto".

We are not mindfull of what others say,all we care about is that diploma called degree.

We need our community colleges and Universities to take these suggestion , explore them and expand on them that our budding entrepreneur can "run wid it"

Learning is the key to development
By Chris Williamson @ portmore,St.catherine
Wednesday, April 5, 2006

Moses (Lincoln), I'll take your warning/advice don't worry that it's not the related topic. Who wants to listen and learn will be the ones on your "ARK". I love to learn; especially if it's something that's going to help me and my family. I'm not going to be like those people who bash good advice or reasoning.
By spirit @ New York, NY 

Tuesday, April 4, 2006

Methanol Vs. Gasoline! What's Next?
Eventually the world will have go the Metanol or other Fuel route. Gasoline caused too much Pollution (Breathing Problems), Methanol, Electricity or Hydrogen is the way to go in the future. The only problem is; the OPEC countries would become poor.

I know this is not a "Crime Topic", but because it is a popular Caption, I plug into it with other views.
By Lincoln @ Canada/Gods Land 

Tuesday, April 4, 2006

doesnt matta
we have to also remember that the majority of murders are gang related. is the same poeple who are makin tnt the way it is now.. we should be celebrating dat de killin each other off.
let them muthacunts burn in hell
By jj @  

Sunday, April 2, 2006

Guyana Here Is A Tip!!!
By the year 2020 the big automobile makers are building cars to use Fuel(Methanol) that is made from Sugar Cane, now this my stupid idea, why don't the government develop on this. You have the people, Land and the soil to grow Sugar Cane. Can you imagine Guyana becoming a major supplier of this Fuel (Methanol). You people would be laughing to the Bank. Hydrogen is another Fuel that they are also working on, but I think that is going to take much longer to develop, it is too complex.
By Lincoln @ Canada/Gods Land 

Sunday, April 2, 2006

solving crime in trinidad
How can we expect to solve crime in trinidad............we as a people hate each other......indians hate blacks, blacks hate indians, chiney white whatever......i myself am a indian born and raised in south trinidad, there is a deep issue of racist amoung our own people, what makes trinidad special is the different influences each of these cultures have contributed and joined together to form the trini way that we all love.... the indian influences of food.african influences of music.chinese syrian etc of life and education. When we come together as people, eliminate these few issues.then we can come together as one and enojy the old trinidad we all love so much...............RESPECT TO MY COOLIE, MEH BLACK.MEH CHINEY MAN AND EVERYONE ELSE..............teach our young males and females to love and have respect...thats the first step
By princestown trini @ toronto canada
Saturday, April 1, 2006

You right!!!
Guyana is a perfect example of that. Our country is the richest country (Natural Wealth) in the carribean and second riches in South America (to Brazil) and Guyanese people poor like hell. Man I dont understand how dis world a run. Thats why, I keep my head high, stay from the nonsence and ignorance, hail the almighty and lead by example.
By Jah Bless @ GT is my home  

Friday, March 31, 2006

Crime rate and murder is increasing in every third world country mainly because of imported goods and the IMF. Confuse, lets take a look third world countries want to build, so they borrowed from the IMF some 20, 30, 40 years ago in hopes of building but was robbed. Where the IMF and American allied imported goods for cheaper destroying economies, where farming which many islands use as a means of living is gone because third countries and farmers can't export goods .

The backlash is youths of today have less means of survival in a depriving economy and growing population. Bringing desperation, drugs dealing, lost history replace with lies, increase in crime and sweat shops of wealthy foreign companies who don't care, where every third world country feels it and I am speaking outside the carribbean as well.
By GT Repreasentor #1 @  

Friday, March 31, 2006

I take a Comical View Of all this
Ever Had a Child which you try to tell the truth,Yet he/she is hell bent on showing you the opposite.
My grandfather said that I should do what makes me happy.Do not worry about the next person happiness.
As a part of the civic pride and the willingness to be a part of society,I go against what my grand said and to be truthful,there is a balance to what he said.
you can worry,you can cuss,you could kill.It WONT MAKE A DAMN DIFFERENCE.
The Only Difference You can make is Go out today,walk or just have abarbeque in the back of your home with your family,But just Enjoy the short stay you have on this earth.

By Chris Williamson @ Portmore,Jamaica
Friday, March 31, 2006

Re:Mad Skunt
You are so true. Here in the U.S.A. if you ask a born African about slavery or Selassie; they look at you like what the heck are you saying. They're hype as well. Don't know their roots or just plain throw it away. All in their heads is to make illegal money (credit card stealing, fake liscen/I.D, steal your house right under your nose, your money right out of your bag while you're still holding on to it). We have lost lost our self. Black people fight against each other. That's one of the saying about slavery that I know is a fact. Everywhere and everyone want to be like the Americans (I don't know why; because they are no better than us Caribbean people).
By spirit @ New York, NY 

Thursday, March 30, 2006

By ADSD @  

Thursday, March 30, 2006

We need a change
I remember when I first came up here from Guyana in 1990 and All the Caribbean people use to say "I cant stand these American people and kids. This type of thing could never happen where we come from" Dem days long gone. The bigger Caribbean countries done turn like America in every aspect. The only thing left to differentiate us from Americans is the way we talk. We now dress like Americans, Party lawlessly like Americans, Kill one another like Americans, cut out corporal punishment in our schools, like Americans. Call one another niggers like Americans. So no one should act surprised!! 50 cent and DipSet a set the trend (ignorance) and all a we now a follow. Damien Marley should have broadened his statement, CARIBBEAN!!! CARIBBEAN!!! Nothing against Black Americans, I respect their history to the fullest and as black people over all. But this generation of black people, American, Caribbean and African is loosing focus due to materialism.
By Mudda Scunt!!! @  

Thursday, March 30, 2006

As the starters bring them to orders,And Let dem go
Jamaica take the lead,then come trinidad,and guyana follows close by.
Bardados sits comfortable,whilst Grenada,St Kitts, and St.Vincent seems to hold there own.
As they come towards the stretch,the race is now out in front,with Ja,trying to prevent Trini from overtaking them. but with 9mths to
Sorry for the break in transmission due to a power cut from JPS Co.......... dividend will be posted in 9mths,so go "bred"(impregenate) someone and come back....................
By Chris Williamson @ portmore,St.catherine
Thursday, March 30, 2006

Murder is erveywhere in the Islands
when people tlak about the violence in the carribean they only talk about jamaica and Haiti, but what they fail to tlak about is that crime is escualting everywhere in the Islands. The gap between the poor and the rich is narrowing . People are starting to lose themsleves. People have to realize what's going on around them becaseu it's going to get alot worse before it get's better
By wade cameron @ USA, New York
Thursday, March 30, 2006

nooooo not mi bloody country!!!
By jah-miracle @ trinidad/guyana 

Thursday, March 30, 2006

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