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Cubans Riot at Prison

Monday, April 24, 2006

Cuban migrants rioted at the Cayman Island's Fairbanks Immigration Reception Centre demanding to be taken home immediately.
Deputy Chief Immigration Officer Dennis Brady said officers were reportedly forced to use pepper spray to meet the resistance put up by the group.
The Cubans, who were being housed at Fairbanks, attacked prison staff with broken furniture and rocks while threatening further destruction of the grounds.
No one was injured. Thirty-eight Cubans, including women, were involved. District Administration officials say they have been handling a steady stream of Cubans in recent days.

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People are becoming vitous now a days
Criminals and Mad mind people. I have no sympahty for those who cause curalty and harm to innocent people. You should pay for your crime and in time you will be judge and punnished by the ultimate Judger of time.
By Wade Cameron @ USA, New York
Friday, June 2, 2006

Cayman Prison is like a country club compared to the Cuban Prisons. They came to the island ILLEGAL and shouldn't expect to be treated special. Cayman is not the USA, so they can't expect to gain anything with a RIOT. The Cubans should be more assertive to the situation until the goverment decides what will be done.
By sweetie @
Saturday, May 6, 2006

That is what they call CARICOM,disgracefulshamefulsupprting Castro against the people looking freedom.Nothing is honky-dory but we love UK,Canada and USA,though they treat some of us of bad anyway,given the chance and most of us,oh,so,goodly freedom loving,principled people.
By wemustselfrespect @  

Tuesday, May 2, 2006

@By tired of bad treatment
yes ppl cant help to treat others bad those ppl they need help and yes every caribbean island treat ppl bad look whats going on on the U.S they on strike there is good and bad ppl in the world when they die they will be in gods hands and will have to answer to him on what they did to there own ppl and friends.
By Lady @  

Tuesday, May 2, 2006

@By tired of bad treatment
sounds like something a lil personal behind your post if your going to call out one call out all cause every where in the world ppl get treat bad just cause you got a few bad apples in a place those bad apples does not speak for the whole population of a country.
By Lady @  

Tuesday, May 2, 2006

It's ashame to see how carribean countries treat they hommies. it is a crying shame.remember you all not only cayman but the other countries who are treating foreigners really bad such has taking them to court and charge them a whol esum of money six thousand dollars and more or you spend ya time in jail for what just over staying your calling out to the BAHAMAS; watch ya all self god is watching up above he made all of us and he love none more than the other stop been curel to others .PAY YOUR MAID WHEN THEy WORK,don'tcall immigration do unto others as you would want them do unto you.don't be surpised if you all be the next new orleans.
By tired of bad treatment @  

Monday, May 1, 2006

Where are the Guards
Shit like this shouldn't be going on in prison. Higher more guards to watch the cells
By Wade Cameorn @ USA, New York
Monday, May 1, 2006

Better pepper spray then a......
The prisioners are lucky the guards only used pepper spray, and not a baton or a gun to control the crowd. In other countries they are not so nice when they are trying to control rioting prisoners.
By ilikepepperspray @  

Saturday, April 29, 2006

My goodness
Are those in power master or in superior positions able in any way to make decisions without concerns for others beneath them. Yea these men are considered the low lives of society, yet they are human beings and are deserving to be treated as such, human beings. THEY SHOULD NOT BE PEPPER SPRAYED AND SUCH IN PRISON THEY ALREADY FACE ENOUGH STRUGGLES BEING IN PRISON, ONE LESS THINGS SHOULD BE GOOD.

I wonder if those with authorithy have morals and ever heard "treat people the way you want to be treated."

Anyway see yall later and hope humanity improve their ways in the ways we treat ourselves and others.

By GT representor number 1 @  

Friday, April 28, 2006

god dont like ugly
hope your economy will never fall and your people will not need to other places for a better life time to stop treating other human in this manner. none of us know what the next day will be like. think about it u r in the middle of water what if a big flood come now.
By god a me help @ new jersey 

Thursday, April 27, 2006

Prisoner In Grand Cayman Riot Pepper Sprayed !!!
Why they have to use Red for the "Prison Uniform" in a "Tropical climate. They must be very hot all the time! It is so sad when you have to leave your country to seek a better life, only to be picked up by "Immigration"; when all you wanted was to put Bread on your Table. I know Cayman has always had a problem with "Immigration and I can understand that; it is a small place and restrictions has to be put in placed to control that, however couldn't a better system be worked out where in, you get three(3) Months on entry and during that time, you can try and sort out yourself.Trying to seek a better life as far as I am concerned is not a Crime. Preventing it is.(Pepper Spray can cause death, if you have Asthma).
By Lincoln @ Canada /Gods Land 

Thursday, April 27, 2006

Prisoner Abuse!!!
How could you use "Pepper "Spray in a confined space on Prisoner? What about people with breathing problems? Abuse Abuse Abuse!!!!!!!!!!
By Human Abuse Watchers @ Con/Fig/ATP 

Wednesday, April 26, 2006

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