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UPDATE: Michael Stevens & Clevaughn Sweeney killed in morning shooting

Michael Stevens, 26 (left) and Clevaughn Sweeney, 24 (right) have been identified as the two males that were brutally murdered this morning, Saturday, February 10, 2018 in the vicinity of the Althea Scatliffe Primary School (ASPS). Photo: Team of Reporters
The vehicle that the two male victims were found in following the shooting this morning, February 10, 2018. Photo: Team of Reporters
The vehicle that the two male victims were found in following the shooting this morning, February 10, 2018. Photo: Team of Reporters
The scene of the execution style killings on Tortola this morning, February 10, 2018. Photo: Team of Reporters
The scene of the execution style killings on Tortola this morning, February 10, 2018. Photo: Team of Reporters
Forensic police on the scene of the fatal shooting in Road Town, Tortola this morning, February 10, 2018. Photo: VINO
Forensic police on the scene of the fatal shooting in Road Town, Tortola this morning, February 10, 2018. Photo: VINO
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - Our newsroom can now confirm that the two men killed by gunfire in the wee hours of this morning, in the vicinity of the Althea Scatliffe Primary School (ASPS), are 24 year old Clevaughn Sweeney and 26 year old Michael Stevens.

Both men are Virgin Islanders and were in a rental car around 4:00 A.M. on Saturday February 10, 2018 when they came under heavy gunfire and were killed.

Police sources confirmed that both died on the spot and they are now continuing their investigations while counselling the families of the two men.

Our newsroom will bring more details as they become available.

See previous article published February 10, 2017

2 males killed in execution style shooting on Tortola

Two persons have reportedly been killed in an execution style shooting on the Virgin Islands' main island of Tortola early this morning, February 10, 2018.

According to reports reaching this newsroom, it was around 4:00 A.M. when a series of gunshots were heard in the vicinity of the Althea Scatliffe Primary School.

On investigation it was discovered that two men were riddled with bullets while in a rental vehicle on Station Road.

The men appeared to be dead.

Police are on the scene conducting investigations.

The entire Station Road, from the traffic lights to the Road Town Police Station, has been cordoned off.

The shooting brings back haunting memories of the November 22, 2017 shooting to death of Franklin E. Penn Jr and 11-year-old Trinity A. Thomas in West End, Tortola.

The two were among three persons in an SUV when gunmen approached on a motorcycle and opened fire on the occupants of the vehicle.

233 Responses to “UPDATE: Michael Stevens & Clevaughn Sweeney killed in morning shooting”

  • Bvi weak (10/02/2018, 07:09) Like (57) Dislike (8) Reply
    I cry for my bvi
    • Street reporter (10/02/2018, 07:47) Like (23) Dislike (10) Reply
      I wonder what reason/s could justify this..Dishonesty--Lies-- Greed--Smart --Stealing--Revenge.. There must be reasons.. Only the shooter/s knows..We need to get the killer/s so we know why...So so Sad!!
      • island man (10/02/2018, 09:26) Like (43) Dislike (124) Reply
        All blame must be on the commissioner of police, he is not doing his job period... done!
        • @Island Man (10/02/2018, 10:04) Like (61) Dislike (23) Reply
          from your comments i doubt you have any educational background or any sense, how you expect the police to curve crime without the public help. It is up to the legislators to pass strict gun laws.
          • island man (10/02/2018, 13:34) Like (44) Dislike (8) Reply
            You people don't like truth. Informer is not needed for success in controlling crimes. This is a British country all the laws are already in place. Crack down on the reckless behaviors. This country has 30,000 People what is so difficult for the police? You want them to sit in the office and await information? Nonesence! The police need to investigate and solve.
            • Curly (10/02/2018, 18:13) Like (21) Dislike (4) Reply
              Island Man, this is not a British Country it is a British Overseas Territory and they are two very different things. Until people start assisting the police, these problems will continue.
        • STRONGLY AGREE (10/02/2018, 12:39) Like (57) Dislike (8) Reply
          I noticed that our police officers do not even patrol the streets and neighborhood like they did back in the day. Everybody wants to sit in the A/C and they not protecting the people of the country. We once had police officers who cared about our people, but we constantly bringing in these people who really do not care about us.
          • Well duh (11/02/2018, 15:45) Like (6) Dislike (2) Reply
            Why should the police care when the residents obviously don’t. Everyone complains but yet everyone knows who involved. Wait until the gun fires at you then wonder why you said nothing. Time to let the tourists know they are walking into a lawless gangland. Pity, but true
        • TimeUp (10/02/2018, 19:43) Like (37) Dislike (14) Reply
          The Comm of Police is not to blame for how some folks raise their children and values that are instilled. Neither is he responsible for personal choices made by adults. Be mindful that to date these assailants and their victims are of one and only one ethnicity and race out of hundreds of races and ethnicities in the BVI. A whole lot to examine and define beyond blaming a UK official. The UK is saddled with the same and the US and all over the Caribbean. Predictable behaviour and outcome from some male members of one race ethnicity age group and region of origin.
          • At time up (10/02/2018, 21:07) Like (11) Dislike (21) Reply
            Get your day racist self off the blogs
          • NezRez (11/02/2018, 03:21) Like (11) Dislike (18) Reply
            @ TimeUp, there is only one race and that is the Human Race. Now there are many ethnic groups. All of these crimes are done by adults whether young, middle aged or old, from different islands as well as from the BVI. And what do you mean Predictable behavior? Careful now....there is more Predictable behavior from the Uk and USA known as racist KKK. Now those are Typical and Predictable behaviors, so know who the hell you are pointing fingers at. People like you need to SHUT THE HELL UP and take your RACIST Self back from whence you came.
        • Citizen (10/02/2018, 21:48) Like (8) Dislike (4) Reply
          We need some Colombo or some matlock in the Police force.
        • Boo (10/02/2018, 22:40) Like (20) Dislike (5) Reply
          He is actually doing an awesome job. Best Comish in a while
        • @Island Man (11/02/2018, 16:38) Like (6) Dislike (5) Reply
          ... or he should be blamed for not hiring proper police enforcement officers. Fire 95% of them and bring back the ones from the hurricane relief.
      • tola (10/02/2018, 21:27) Like (41) Dislike (3) Reply
        Street reporter,there is nothing that can justify a brutal execution in the middle of town.We have a justice system we don’t need everyone solving problems themselves with a bullet.Even if the victims are not choir boys,they should not have been gunned down like that.As for people blaming the Commissioner for all the violence,they need our support and information to bring the gun men to justice.This is a small place someone knows who committed all these murders and they need to speak up even if its your family,give them up.Blame the cops,blame the schools but what about parents teaching their children how to be God fearing ,productive persons and not waiting for someone else to do their job.Now to the police,there is a saying,don’t bring a knife to a gun fight,there are so many guns on the island and very strict gun laws, CRIMINALS Don’t CARE WHAT GUN LAWS ARE ON THE BOOKS.Our strict gun laws keep guns out of the hands of law abiding citizens .We ask the cops to confront these killers with pepper spray and a night stick all the cops should be as armed as the criminals.The cops should be given the tools to do their job.Let us wake up,gone are the days when our citizens for the most part respected the law of God and man.Speak up! Anyone who knows who these killers are our the ones that killed the little girl, SPEAK UP !
    • Isiah (10/02/2018, 10:09) Like (45) Dislike (7) Reply
      We need to bring back capital punishment back on the islands. If the government start hanging for these senseless crime only we would able to live a happy life our home land.
      • Outlaw (10/02/2018, 11:51) Like (31) Dislike (2) Reply
        @ Isiah, no man, hanging will not solve the problem because you have to catch them first in order to hang them. What is needed here is for the people of the BVI to start bond together and say enough is enough. We need to stop cast blame and do our part to bring these hudlums to justice. This is not a blame game, this is real issues and we need to get up and come forth. Stop the nonsense about don’t trust police. You don’t trust them, speak to someone else
        • wize up (10/02/2018, 17:59) Like (21) Dislike (0) Reply
          @ outlaw: you and I usually have a difference of opinion but I have to agree with you but how is the best way forward: I share info with the police but evidence sometimes is short coming......just as you noted before you can hang them one must first catch them.....I personally think it’s sad how my country is but there a group among us who moves contrary to the laws and that is our problem: the dope eventually leads to the gun play.....(FYI.....I stop police back in 1984) law enforcement needs better funding so we can get back the patrol boats to intersep the smugglers)
      • @ Isiah (13/02/2018, 09:07) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
        Have to first solve the crimes. Who are they going to hang?
    • Just saying (10/02/2018, 10:46) Like (78) Dislike (14) Reply
      Parents to blame. Too long they have turned a blind eye and condoned the wrong doings of their sons. It is not the police fault. So stop bashing the police and commissioner. It is time to hold some of these parents and ignorant family members accountable.
      • wize up (11/02/2018, 08:01) Like (9) Dislike (0) Reply
        @ just saying: some parents are afraid of their own children: I have witnessed children cussing out the parents live and direct: we two different kinds of gun crimes in BVI; some using weapons to rob businesses those need shooting while they runaway with the business owner hard earned money: the other gun crimes are associated with the drug trade and the proceeds in most instances that gun play is targeted(revenge)/ what makes this Fu(& dangerous, you might be an innocent bystander and that worries some of us......I am 100% old school and recall have to explain to people where is this BVI; respect for each other and the village keep that watchful eyes.....what do we do or what can be done: progress comes at a very high price especially if it not regulated: our leaders need to have conversation with the youth of this country:something wrong where did went wrong
    • Marie (11/02/2018, 12:58) Like (7) Dislike (1) Reply
      Honestly, our police should have guns. This would take the fear out of them going into places knowing they can protect themselves and criminals with guns now knowing they don’t have the upper hand anymore. Years ago I went to a meeting and suggested COMMUNITY POLICING and nothing came of it. Until our police are allowed to be REAL police, this place will get worse because the gunmen are running wild. Also, our boarders are not being watched because these crooks have firearms that should have been caught at the boarders. All late night boats coming in should be chased, caught and inspected because most crimes are done under the cover of darkness. ARM OUR POLICE and send them fo proper training.
  • Sue (10/02/2018, 07:12) Like (61) Dislike (3) Reply
    Lord have mercy what is Tortola coming too
  • voter (10/02/2018, 07:19) Like (59) Dislike (10) Reply
    Bring back the death penalty
  • just asking.... (10/02/2018, 07:34) Like (5) Dislike (17) Reply
    Was it a policeman that fired the vital shoots?
  • Time Now (10/02/2018, 07:41) Like (58) Dislike (5) Reply
    Its time for people to talk..Some one must know about this.. Can't be quiet no more. This has to stop.. Who next?, Save who maybe next.
  • Hmmmm (10/02/2018, 07:42) Like (23) Dislike (33) Reply
    Weak police system...
    • How (10/02/2018, 09:40) Like (72) Dislike (6) Reply
      The people are weak not police. People need to start talking. Police can't get clues by magic. If people dont talk then this will continue
      • @How (10/02/2018, 12:38) Like (26) Dislike (10) Reply
        The people are weak and the Police are also weak...
        • wow (10/02/2018, 14:13) Like (16) Dislike (9) Reply
          Stop the nonsense. Police are not superheros they are regular humans. You keep quiet, then the police will not be able to solve anything. Simple.
        • @How (10/02/2018, 16:04) Like (13) Dislike (9) Reply
          The people are weak and the police are weaker. Biggest crooks. Bigger criminals
      • Curly (11/02/2018, 14:35) Like (11) Dislike (0) Reply
        If people are too cowardly to come forward after a 10 year old was shot, I don't hold out much hope.
    • rewrsdffds (12/02/2018, 08:38) Like (1) Dislike (3) Reply
      so volunteer and make it strong then
  • No respect at all (10/02/2018, 07:47) Like (47) Dislike (6) Reply
    Right in front the court house, primary school and police!
    • @No respect (10/02/2018, 12:37) Like (21) Dislike (13) Reply
      At 4am on a Saturday morning, what the hell does this have to do with a primary school and a non functional court house?? Most of the shots were fired in the area by the Moorings so it certainly didn't happen "right in front the Police Station".
  • Wsi (10/02/2018, 07:47) Like (5) Dislike (3) Reply
  • Lawless place (10/02/2018, 07:48) Like (28) Dislike (7) Reply
    Imagine this crime was committed on a illegal motorcycle
    • Hmm (10/02/2018, 08:55) Like (61) Dislike (9) Reply
      Well now, I wonder how you know that. Were you there? Or who told you that? Talk what you know for sure or shut your trap. And if you do know for sure, say it to the right people who can close in on the culprits or you just as guilty as the murderers.
  • Gumption. Official (10/02/2018, 07:53) Like (102) Dislike (9) Reply
    Ok okay.. I’m wrong for saying what I’m about to say. Sadly it look like if want to get a clean strong VI we just have to let those gun people kill off themselves. Their mind is already made up. They made that choice of living. What we need to do now is get into the primary schools, kindergarten and development those youths while they’re still reachable. While their easy to inspire. Let’s keep in mind those kindergartens and primary school students going to be big hard back high school students in a few years. However if we get to them now we can dilute this on going issue. Those who’s into their gangs/ guns chose that life. According to most of the now generation especially between 17-30’s have chosen money, drugs, guns, sex as their hype of life. That lifestyle is truly endorsed by a lot of people. Young and mature people. Before the shooting it’s all lol and ahhahh just pure encouragement of entertainment. Sad sad sad what we’re facing today.

    I believe public figures need to see themselves as a tool of responsibility and step in and up. Basketball players are very lacking present in our community issues. Bands, artists and musicians are lacking present with our ongoing issues. Church members are lacking parent into our community, young business People like myself even older ones are lacking present within our community on issues that are affecting us. The Bike and scooter club groups are lacking present into our on going issues etc etc. if all of the above made themselves physically present both offline and online and speak out it will help. Most chose not to speakout because it will make them look safe life me. (Soft) Make them look human like us and they refuse not because they’re trying to keep fitting into with the people who’s an issue. Because to them they are LIT (whatever that mean)

    I hope part of the recovery plans are to build youth empowerment programs in every district and reach those kindergartens, primary school students and whoever else that self chose to attend. It looks like for us to have a clean future we just have to let those with guns and that mindset just get rid of each other. Some dead and others in prison for life. But we can’t afford to fail to reach the upcoming leaders. Their still reachable. Condolences to the parents and the family of the victims. Sad what happened.
    • VG (10/02/2018, 08:52) Like (21) Dislike (3) Reply
      Gumbtion I truly believe that you are on to something here. Well said.
    • @Gumption (10/02/2018, 12:32) Like (22) Dislike (0) Reply
      Hey Gumption, that was OFFICIAL....
    • Sh*tty Situation (10/02/2018, 18:51) Like (6) Dislike (1) Reply
      You right
    • RedStorm (10/02/2018, 22:22) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
      I believe we need to talk in creating plans and approaching the necessary authorities to help in executing plans for our youth. It is sad, how our youth are solving problems and so I want to be part of the solution. Let me know how I can reach you.
      • Gumption.Official (11/02/2018, 00:51) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
        @RedStorm if on Social media Facebook (Gumption.Official) if email / let’s brainstorm on possible Solutions.
      • 'Cuse Me (11/02/2018, 10:39) Like (3) Dislike (4) Reply

        Our youths? The youths of the BVI should not be lumped into one bunch of misguided suiicidal cannibalustic and murderous lot willing to destroy the economy and fabric of these BVI. These youths of such ilk are but a few and consistently hails from one source. It is insulting to the majority of the youthful population to be categorized as needing gov intervention to be raised sensibly and productively. The malcitrants should be addressed publicly and singled out as the weak link in this struggling community.

    • @ G.O (11/02/2018, 04:44) Like (15) Dislike (8) Reply
      I don't disagree with you... but please stop describing humans like they are animals..Hard Back? We think about and treat these children (young men and women) like they are animals and therefore they turn to the streets and behave like the animals we make them out to be. Quite a few of us are part of the problem with how these children got to where they are, not just their parents. I often times hear some of the ones in high school describe how the teachers talk down to them, yell at them call them negatives names (like dumb). To make matters worst they say the teachers that do it the most are locals. So if you talk to me like I don't have feelings, I am a no body, and like I am an animal after a while I will behave like one and not give a damn and eventually dropout of school and project my anger somewhere.

      If the street dealer or gangster treats me better than home and school I am going to gravitate to him/her. What you see is these children looking for street cred, acceptance and respect in the thug life because we collectively pushed them there. Half of the people who comment on all these news sites wouldn't dear take time out to sit among these children and converse with them so they look for attention in other ways. Consequently, these child and young men and women are delivering to the BVI exactly what the school system and the people around them put into them; hatred and anger..which is leading to a short life for them. These two young men's frontal lobes in their brain wasn't even fully developed as yet... so they were still impressionable.

      A lot of us hide from the truth and refuse to speak out about the hidden racism among us. The darker skin fand less educated folks in the BVI are looked down on by locals and expats and are left behind for menial jobs that don't necessarily earn them any real living wages..that is unless they are connected or related to a politician. We need to start calling spades what they are. We don't see them and us fit to be among the lighter hue in BVI society so we are reaping what we sow. They school system needs real educated teachers who recognizes that all children don't learn the same way, but all want to be loved, respected and accepted at home, at school, at work and just in general out and about.
      • bvistrong (11/02/2018, 10:08) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
        @G. O I believe you mistaken what he meant . I’m sure he was saying hard back as hard headed/ Animals. What I got from “Gumption’s post) of hard back being full grown teenagers/ young adults. Everything else you I’m with you on that. My 2 cent maybe you should reach out to G.O and brainstorm Solutions. But I’m like to guess that yourself or Gumption ain’t the issue. Don’t lose focus about the key issues.
      • animal (12/02/2018, 18:09) Like (1) Dislike (1) Reply
        IF YOU ACT LIKE an animal ,, you is a HARDBACK !
  • Sad days ahead. (10/02/2018, 08:02) Like (47) Dislike (1) Reply
    Double homicide less than a minute from the police station. I cry for my people. I CRY FOR MY BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY.....
  • wize up (10/02/2018, 08:16) Like (25) Dislike (4) Reply
    foot steps from the police: BVI have become a lawlessness society: I will be 60 in a few minutes never thought I will live to see this.....we still have more law abiding citizens than the handful that causes crime:
    • Rise Up (10/02/2018, 09:46) Like (20) Dislike (6) Reply
      Time for the law abiding to gather together, rally, march in the streets against these brazen killings.
      Let's make our voices heard loud and clear and together against the culture of of killing and revenge.
      Let's band together as one community for Peace and Justice. And as Gumption says, demonstrate this to the youngest among us.

      • wize up (10/02/2018, 10:15) Like (10) Dislike (3) Reply
        @ rise up: it won’t be an easy task because those young people walks around with guns and as see not afraid to use them: I am 30% most of the shooting are targeted and maybe because of drugs and gun movements in our country: I don’t think the attacks are random but revenge.....can we stop it and how could we do so successfully in such a small territory: a small group of us often sit and reminisce on the good old day of nature little secret(60s-80s) good times: what went wrong or where did we went wrong and the question of the how can we rearrange!!!!!!!
        • Rise Up (10/02/2018, 12:09) Like (15) Dislike (3) Reply
          @Wize Up. Thank you for responding. You're so right, not an easy task! I don't know, but seems reasonable to assume most of the shootings are drugs/guns/$$/revenge related.
          But WHO's IN CHARGE HERE? These Cowardly Criminals drive-by shooting people in cars - including an innocent child? Why isn't there a MASSIVE PUBLIC OUTCRYING?? From the top of the Government, to every man and woman in the street?!
          Speak up! Speak out against these crimes and the people committing them and make our communities safe.
          During the Troubles in Ireland, women and mothers banded together and marched in the street (Catholic and Protestant women, together!) and started to tip the scales against the violence.
          • To rise up (10/02/2018, 16:10) Like (13) Dislike (3) Reply
            I totally agree. Where is the outcry for the innocent child that was killed in such a cruel way? Where are our elected officials to condemn her murder? I just can't understand how and why they would want to shoot an innocent child and to make it worse , there are people who actually know who committed the murder buy yet nobody talking
          • wize up (10/02/2018, 17:08) Like (20) Dislike (5) Reply
            @ rise up: IF we had good leadership they would have ensured law enforcement was well funded: law enforcement is very serious business: when leaders will quickly build a beach for the visitors than ensuring the people are well protected some thing wrong: I live on the west and almost 6 months after the hurricane west end police still in shambles: my main concern should my family or myself get caught in the crossfire when these fools up and down poping of these set of gun shots: I remember the days when BVI police had its own plane to patrol our borders and the police boat did more patrols as a matter of fact we had fire stations east and down on the west: ask the politicians what happened to them: this place full of guns and we don’t make them here: what can be done??? Because all the beaches the politicians build and all the planes they spend your tax money on for the comfort of guest they not coming to a crime filled environment: it’s realy sad to see my country just slipping away
      • What, huh? (10/02/2018, 22:29) Like (12) Dislike (2) Reply
        How could anyone "dislike" this comment?
  • Blessed (10/02/2018, 08:16) Like (25) Dislike (9) Reply
    God Be with Us we need Your Strength
  • Clean out (10/02/2018, 08:16) Like (61) Dislike (5) Reply
    See Irma was trying to clean out some of them for us but they still here...smh
  • one eye (10/02/2018, 08:21) Like (15) Dislike (15) Reply
    Investigate the police
  • ex-Cruzan (10/02/2018, 08:42) Like (19) Dislike (15) Reply
    So sad. Tortola is becoming another St. Croix: gun violence, execution murders, unsolved crime, ineffective police, etc. etc. Hopefully the sister BV islands won't have these problems.
    • crucian (10/02/2018, 09:14) Like (12) Dislike (34) Reply

      Shut your @$$! St Thomas always had more gun crime but people like you stay talking about St Croix. Get your facts straight

      • ex-Cruzan (10/02/2018, 21:34) Like (5) Dislike (1) Reply
        Facts are straight. If St.Thomas so bad for gun violence, murders, etc. then why cruise ships still go there. No cruise ships visit Deadsted pier on St. Croix for 5 years now because of gun violence. Same could happen here so the Tortola Pier Park could close down and become another Deadsted pier like on the west coast of STX!
    • @Ex- cruzan (10/02/2018, 09:22) Like (15) Dislike (20) Reply
      Shut up.. here going surpass them soon the government ain helping the youths them just helping themselves n family.. we need jobs!!!!!!!!
  • Mandingo (10/02/2018, 08:57) Like (28) Dislike (22) Reply
    These crimes would be so easy to solve if and only if we had the country riddled with cameras on the streets. I know that Irma blew away a few that we had but please Commissioner we need a lot more cameras in strategic areas and all problems will be solved. If we had a working camera by Nibbs (instead of that big stupid tamarind tree) and one by the traffic lights this morning this would have already been solved. May God help us.
    • @Mandingo (10/02/2018, 09:55) Like (31) Dislike (8) Reply
      These crimes would be so easy to solve if the people who know what's going on would come forward. Very few are willing to do so. We blame everyone and everything but ourselves.
    • @Mandingo (10/02/2018, 12:23) Like (11) Dislike (2) Reply
      You sound upset with the Tamrind Tree...
    • Hmm (10/02/2018, 12:38) Like (18) Dislike (3) Reply
      I agree we need to focus on getting bk up our street lights and getting those CCTV cameras back in place
    • @Mandingo (10/02/2018, 14:56) Like (17) Dislike (2) Reply
      You get off we tamrind tree. Its a landmark and if anything need care for its continuity. These youngsters make choices and there are consequences for these choices. These crimes will cease when these young people seek to live with a proper purpose. If they think that once they die that's the end of their soul they are in for a huge surprise. Let them keep flinging the gift of life away, once again its a choice that comes with consequences.
  • Want2Know (10/02/2018, 09:16) Like (38) Dislike (4) Reply
    Time and time again the Police Commissioner has appealed to the public for assistance in coming forward with information and the community remains silent, harboring the criminals and many fools blame the police.

    If citizens were to use the available avenues and I saw earlier this year, the Commissioner saying if someone doesn't trust the police, then speak to a pastor, District Rep, Doctor, anyone they feel that can be of help.....however, the silence is deafening!!

    If people know something and remain silent, then, they're part of the problem!! Only by saying something as residents of this country, can we help the police. It's rather easy to blog and blame the police for EVERYTHING, but, what are we doing as responsible citizens to contribute? It's time we speak up and not be silent!!
    • vex (10/02/2018, 10:18) Like (29) Dislike (4) Reply
      Then the commissioner will have to bring in overseas CID to deal with them police who does talk every thing that goes on when a crime is committed in the bars and the strip clubs. That's why them can't get nothing solved. The police them chat to much.
      • Agree (10/02/2018, 11:28) Like (25) Dislike (9) Reply
        The police them busy strewing people woman and have them families at home. Especially them Jamaican one.
  • chad (10/02/2018, 09:20) Like (23) Dislike (3) Reply
    Sad to say, but I agree with Gumption Official. Regrettably many in the current generation between 17-30s and some older ones have chosen money, drugs, guns and sex as their preferences in life. Not sure where went wrong in raising our youth, but we went off track BVI and now things are out of control. Those who know what's happening please stop the silence: the life you save may be your own or the life of your loved one. From how things are going anyone could fall victim to these public shootings. Protecting killers is fueling the destruction of our land.
  • Heyb (10/02/2018, 09:25) Like (6) Dislike (6) Reply
    Too much pride bvi people
  • Belonger With A Broader Perspective (10/02/2018, 09:30) Like (15) Dislike (8) Reply
    This is truly sad. It will not stop until they are all dead. They just need to hurry up kill each other. In the meantime, Governor, Top Cop Matthews and NDP, Let's reconsider gun laws because we can't stay defenseless with so many illegal guns in the streets. We need to get legal guns to protect ourselves. When these idiots aren't killing, they are robbing. Even then, fatalities occur. Think about it!
  • Lawless society (10/02/2018, 09:38) Like (46) Dislike (10) Reply
    BVI is a lawless society. Corruption from the top to the bottom of the island. Police is corrupt, ministers incompetent , direct rule is inevitable and much needed
  • trrefdrfds (10/02/2018, 09:43) Like (46) Dislike (7) Reply
    this is what happens when we turn a blind eye and continue to condone what is happening. you a mother know your child; no one cares til it arrives on there doorstep. stop blaming the police, Its you the mother that knows; the girl friend, the bestie and partner. For us to have human beings in our presence that will kill children and mothers for drugs; WHAT do expect,

    • @Truth (10/02/2018, 12:19) Like (38) Dislike (3) Reply
      You forgot one major piece of the puzzle; FATHERS!! Mothers can't do it alone Budd.
      • Mithe Hubbard (11/02/2018, 14:31) Like (14) Dislike (2) Reply
        Women need to be more discriminating in choosing the fathers of their children. For started, close your legs to married men. Look at his character and that of his family. Past relationships. Is he employed or even employable. In lil Tola it is easy to know the character of a man you may want fir a partner and father of future children. Also, children are not must haves.. They are human beings abd their future is in your hands. Are you capable?
  • watching (10/02/2018, 09:45) Like (9) Dislike (7) Reply
    L ots of garbage not yet dispose of and more garbages that's what you call more garbages Tortola people always tell outsiders they born here so they criminals burnt here so let them solve it it their crime
  • Reset (10/02/2018, 09:51) Like (12) Dislike (4) Reply
    An effective tool against crime is information and intelligence gathering. That means policemen getting out there in uniform and plain clothes observing and recording. Sad to say, our police force including those from the UK seem clueless.

    Let's reset but start from the top. Let's bring a top cop/administrator from another Caribbean island with no ties here and see if that helps.
    • boyblue (10/02/2018, 12:49) Like (18) Dislike (15) Reply
      Each and every cop , administrator, each and every human import from other Caribbean Islands now have ties to the BVI. The BVI population is dominated by people's of the other Caribbean Islands. Islands with and always with a culture of violence. This is what has destroyed the BVI.

    • Biteback (10/02/2018, 13:29) Like (5) Dislike (1) Reply
      You are the one who is clueless, it does not matter how many Police OFFICERS (that includes women) are on the streets or whether they are from here the UK or any other country in the world. The information and intelligence gathering relies almost totally on the co-operation of the communities they Police and sadly here they are unwilling to help, but like you 'Reset' hide behind faceless posts to make unhelpful and divisive comments.
  • 2 pistols (10/02/2018, 09:57) Like (14) Dislike (9) Reply
    Why you leave me home when the killers come???!
  • bojan (10/02/2018, 10:02) Like (10) Dislike (2) Reply
    If you in thing you get thing people not killed for nothing check where they were in what and what time then work out your own conclusion.
  • See (10/02/2018, 10:09) Like (23) Dislike (4) Reply
    Young people only see the corruption from the highest levels ... They figure why not ? No one enforces anything here for Gods sake admit it !!!! The day I see scooters with no liscense registration or helmutless riders doing pathetic wheelies in town lined up getting tickets or arrested I will even BEGIN to take law enforcement seriously . Show us SOMETHING so people will even want to come to you with information . Its a two way street
    • Observer (10/02/2018, 12:19) Like (33) Dislike (3) Reply
      The last time police went after a scooter driver who weren't adhering to road safety laws, they lost their job. The problem is the system failing people.
      • Observer (11/02/2018, 09:54) Like (4) Dislike (1) Reply
        A complete breakdown of law & order . No enforcement when someone speeding, driving without helmet , carrying guns...
  • Michi skb (10/02/2018, 10:14) Like (9) Dislike (1) Reply
    We all have to stay V I strong eventually just remember we can’t save everyone and everything we just have to save ourselves some people don’t wanna be save point blank
  • Stupid police (10/02/2018, 10:28) Like (31) Dislike (7) Reply
    See them set a moomoo out on the scene with a set ah rifle as if the killers going come back. I wonder how long it took for them to arrive at the scene!

    Now this is serious. Don't have a clue who the victims are but condolence to their families. Parents parents, most of these hoodlums live in your homes still. So what time did your child come home this morning?
  • T Bai (10/02/2018, 10:35) Like (9) Dislike (6) Reply
    Was this killing a clap back from the Baugher's Bay shooting?
  • Welsah (10/02/2018, 10:39) Like (5) Dislike (25) Reply
    I blame Ndp for the hardship and downfall of " paradise "
  • Mark (10/02/2018, 10:39) Like (10) Dislike (12) Reply
    I hate motorcycles
  • Get the Force right. (10/02/2018, 10:39) Like (14) Dislike (5) Reply
    Police can't go blame less.. The wrong people are in the wrong departments. As a detective 5 things must be taking into consideration..1/ Social ability...2/ Personality... 3/ Honesty.... 4/ Love what you do ...5/.Smart...I'm telling you a real detective would know this is going down before it go down..We had good detectives in the past that hang out in bars to get info that had girlfriends that bring them info... Now these we have are just waiting for the phone to ring... Time we stop hand picking who we like to put here and put there... Get the best people for the job because you have them but you are oppressing them.. That's why I say the police can't be blameless
    • @Get the force right. (10/02/2018, 11:56) Like (14) Dislike (3) Reply
      Royal Virgin Islands Police Force - I call them the clean up crew. I was happy to see them doing what I thought was a Stop & Search, only to realize it was a MAJOR crime scene. .
  • R and D (10/02/2018, 10:51) Like (5) Dislike (15) Reply
    R and D next out a G4L. “ R” up deh in the states hiding out eh. D does be on dem scootaz n suh
  • witness (10/02/2018, 11:31) Like (6) Dislike (25) Reply
    Investigate the Spanish dem there a lot about them we don't know (its a tip) just saying sometimes the people are right in front of us and we don't even recognize them. BE SMART B. V. I.
  • tough (10/02/2018, 11:40) Like (7) Dislike (1) Reply
    First of all our lawmakers need to enforce that first degree murderers who are convicted face the possibly of a life sentence without the possibility of parole and our prison that house serious offenders needs to be built and run like a maximum security facility. Even if it means a lock down for murders. There are even alot of people here who have been convicted of serious crimes but were not deported.

    Our leaders cannot be passing the buck when tough decisions have to be made stop creating these boards and do what has to be done. Stop passing laws that aid our family but is hurting our society.
  • Mr. P (10/02/2018, 11:51) Like (6) Dislike (1) Reply
    If Parents, Police, Pastors and Politicians were more persistent, then maybe, just maybe Pup D and Potty would not have perished....
  • Hint, hint (10/02/2018, 11:57) Like (13) Dislike (1) Reply
    There is corruption with the police, but who is in the corruption, is it @the bottom, in the middle or the top, it takes one to wonder, 2 to see, and 3 to know, look who wears the white and you would probably know, there's no more special branch, no more drug trafficking investigations, only street peddlers they go after, and soon no traffic investigations either. If you understand this, then you know where the corruption in police lies.
  • Akeem big benji Man (10/02/2018, 12:23) Like (4) Dislike (21) Reply
    g4 “L”
  • Hbosch (10/02/2018, 12:27) Like (11) Dislike (3) Reply
    The cops need to get of their butts and go knoxk on some doors
  • BVI pride (10/02/2018, 12:34) Like (33) Dislike (1) Reply
    We cannot blame parents, we cannot blame the police commissioner. BLAME OURSELVES!!! Somebody out there knows exactly what happy. But because they're your friends you think it's ok to kill another person. A killer is a killer and you as a friend no their secrets. Wait until their backs are against the wall who do you think they're gonna kill next. The person that can expose them of course. Fair warning.
  • Flatbush USA (10/02/2018, 13:01) Like (26) Dislike (4) Reply
    Growing up on Tortola in the 80s 90s are probably my best years. Of course there were crimes, the ocasional road fatality and other anti social behaviors but not like we have today. These gruesome murders, sadly are becoming worst each year. Back then it was not because we had a good Police Force or good Politicians but rather because we had good parenthood which in turn spilled into the community thus making it what it was. Let me tell you for those of you who believe othetwise in the USA there are Police Officers with guns and more sophisticated equipment on almost every corner and yet people are being murdered so the problem is not more Police it is us as a community. What do we do when crime happen the values we instill in our children. Unfortunately some would still go astray i know that. I have so much to say but I say this. There so many people who are hurting because of these and all the other murders especially those that are unsolved. People know who these killers are but yet they remain silent. Are we waiting for the same thing to happen to our brothers...sisters....friends other loved ones? Then what? Wouldn't we want someone to say who killed them?
  • just asking... (10/02/2018, 13:24) Like (5) Dislike (4) Reply
    where is Dr. Smith?
    • tell me (10/02/2018, 19:53) Like (18) Dislike (1) Reply
      I don't know but one thing for sure he was not on that motorcycle killing an intended target so stop looking for Dr Smith and go.look for your boy children or look in the mirror if tus blame you want to find.
  • The smallest mouth (10/02/2018, 13:25) Like (7) Dislike (5) Reply
    Got the biggest guns #wsi
  • Marie (10/02/2018, 13:41) Like (13) Dislike (3) Reply
    This is a new breed of people committing these murders. They are so brazen now they are killing right next to the police station. They have no regard for life and have no fear of getting caught. The peaceful BVI that I knew can return if EVERYONE cooperates. The police cannot do this on their own, they need the help of all of us to come forward and put these criminals away for life. That’s right, you take a life so you should get life, period!
  • Biteback (10/02/2018, 13:45) Like (7) Dislike (2) Reply
    Then why are there so many unsolved murders on the islands going back over many many years. You watch to much TV!
  • z6ne (10/02/2018, 14:19) Like (6) Dislike (16) Reply
    You catch We in the 6 we Catch you in yours lol lol
  • z6ne (10/02/2018, 14:24) Like (6) Dislike (29) Reply
    You hit one we hit two
  • 2 Cloud Killa (10/02/2018, 14:55) Like (5) Dislike (9) Reply
    When war start man gehin tro down, when G4L start ☁️ clouds getting tro down
  • oh boy (10/02/2018, 15:52) Like (3) Dislike (11) Reply
    To all you critics,apart from hiding behind a computer,can you please say what you are doing to help solve these crimes. The public is the biggest part of this puzzle. The Police is a very small part of it and is there to put it together. To those of you who always seem to know and have the solution to this problem, I will like to ask one question.
    In all the murder cases that were solved in the BVIs by the Police, tell me how much that was done without the assistance of the Public. When anyone of you answers this question, i will get back to you.
  • Wolf Pack (10/02/2018, 16:29) Like (7) Dislike (11) Reply
    85 you lose a man you going got to call it 84 #wsi
  • James and he crew (10/02/2018, 16:30) Like (1) Dislike (5) Reply
    4 deep
  • truth be told (10/02/2018, 16:35) Like (5) Dislike (2) Reply
    The reason for all this lawlessness points back to discipline of our children. I got blows when growing up right here in the BVI. I know of many who are in position that got blows too. Look at us now. We are not the ones in trouble, or invoolved in crime. But from the time laws were passed to lock up and prosecute parents who discipline their children this is the results!!! I agree if parents abuse the children damaging them to the point of hospitalizing then they have crossed the line. Now parents leave them up to their own and the chicks are coming home to roost. Another thing too is immature individuals being hired to sit as Judicial Officers do more harm than good to families. This is the conclusion of the whole matter!!! They need to hire mature individuate to sit on Her Majesty's Courts and make sensible decisions. Not this who try to gain respect because they are young and proving a point. Get a family Court!!!! So that families can be saved and not destroyed!!!
  • standard (10/02/2018, 17:03) Like (5) Dislike (2) Reply
    We need the curfew before I cuff u
  • Sick (10/02/2018, 17:31) Like (3) Dislike (19) Reply
  • clown (10/02/2018, 17:32) Like (21) Dislike (6) Reply
    Look what reavie start and he up states lol
  • geeksquad (10/02/2018, 18:14) Like (29) Dislike (0) Reply
    if the cop's were smart they would start tracking all of these commenters ip's
    • Streetsquad (10/02/2018, 21:28) Like (3) Dislike (1) Reply
      Yuh think it that easy Dexter?
      • geeksquad (10/02/2018, 22:46) Like (6) Dislike (0) Reply
        Ya if you know what you are doing, spend the money on a real i.t man not these script kiddies it have around here
        • Strups (10/02/2018, 23:17) Like (2) Dislike (7) Reply
          Shut up bout ip address these dung island ignorant police aint know how to search the web properly u talking bout ip...
          • geeksquad (11/02/2018, 11:15) Like (8) Dislike (1) Reply
            @Strups i can see that reading comprehension is a skill that you lack so i will break it down in a way that even someone with your level of intellect can understand. i said if the cops were smart, meaning i don't think they are.
          • Sigh (11/02/2018, 12:43) Like (3) Dislike (5) Reply
            Careful...your intelligence is showing
  • Sh*tty Situation (10/02/2018, 18:23) Like (11) Dislike (4) Reply
    Poop D and Potty... well thas a sh*t!. The ghut "badman" them ain gon defend nothing jus drink bun corn and wear rip shirt. Damn shame.
    • Yes (10/02/2018, 23:11) Like (6) Dislike (3) Reply
      Somebody point me to the lie in shitty situation statement i give yellow $100 tomorrow
  • Bart (10/02/2018, 18:33) Like (2) Dislike (4) Reply
    Ain’t god good? He is an almighty good god!
  • Just their (10/02/2018, 18:34) Like (9) Dislike (8) Reply
    deportment shows what they are into. Cutup eyebrows and gun pointing finger.We may wonder who will want to kill them or how many persons they have killed already. That is how it is now going around in the entire Caribbean and to an extent the world at large
  • 100% Clue (10/02/2018, 18:56) Like (11) Dislike (10) Reply
    Last week shooting is connected to this double shooting. This is what the streets is saying. Police, connect the dots and you will get answers. If people refuse to talk, don't ease up, put the pressure on.
    • @100% (10/02/2018, 22:04) Like (11) Dislike (6) Reply
      Stop spread wrong news these 2 are not related.. if you really heard from the streets then you would really know the camp behind this!
  • OnConcrete (10/02/2018, 19:21) Like (2) Dislike (4) Reply
    Wa he cause?
  • justice (10/02/2018, 20:52) Like (13) Dislike (1) Reply
    Only thing thats stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun plain and simple
  • Question of the day (10/02/2018, 20:56) Like (8) Dislike (0) Reply
    We need to start asking ourselves how these weapons got on island? The gun used to commit this crime as not a simple hand gun and you can tell from damage done to the vehicle by the bullets.
    • answer (11/02/2018, 06:42) Like (11) Dislike (0) Reply
      By sea at night then stored in abandoned cars, containers near coast. Ammo stored elsewhere. Irma gave gangs lots new drop spots.
  • Lord O. More Serious (10/02/2018, 21:08) Like (6) Dislike (1) Reply
    This got me thinking if a silencer is involved in these two double murders.. No matter what time of night gun shot goes off it gets people attention and we are talking about this much bullets...This is way more serious than we think..
  • Yes (10/02/2018, 21:13) Like (10) Dislike (13) Reply
    But it funny for real though cause this dude do he dirt and get ship out cause this would of be the outcome of he , leave he bummy friend them who cant afford to disappear too and them man end up suffer for he lol
  • Returning (10/02/2018, 21:34) Like (10) Dislike (1) Reply
    I keep returning to this post. Feeling scared , wondering what will happen next. This is just awful.
    • @returning (10/02/2018, 23:03) Like (7) Dislike (1) Reply
      Not a damn thing this is a cold case somebody above already predicted the real outcome amoungst his conrads (shitty situation)
  • Layback (10/02/2018, 21:51) Like (2) Dislike (1) Reply
    Alot of you blaming the commissioner of Police for alot of these crime that are rising, have you ever think and notice that
    The police commissioner only cover the land while there are another commissioner who covers both seaport and sea if he isn't doing his job effectively than the commissioner of police will have more difficulties at hand. We all must be blind not to see this obviously he is incapable of doing his job. Why dont they just put a white commissioner in that spot already.
  • big bro (10/02/2018, 22:06) Like (6) Dislike (9) Reply
    If i got to come out the pen and this man still around i dealing with yo partner them after i deal with he!
    • HMMM (10/02/2018, 23:14) Like (6) Dislike (6) Reply
      @big bro , stop making up things to talk
    • False (11/02/2018, 07:55) Like (7) Dislike (7) Reply
      @big bro, some lying follow the crowd little boy got to be commenting dumb s***, ayo tola people like to lie and make up story on news sites for what??? Stop using other people to comment crap!
  • Dueces ✌ (10/02/2018, 22:26) Like (2) Dislike (7) Reply
    Bet them stop go club now
  • Big Tongue (10/02/2018, 23:35) Like (2) Dislike (3) Reply
    Finally get the courage to drive?
    • issa nother clue! (11/02/2018, 07:32) Like (2) Dislike (4) Reply
      how ayo just dropping the man name so carelessly in these comments lol
  • Speak up be a man (11/02/2018, 00:46) Like (6) Dislike (1) Reply
    Who ordered the hit?
  • .......................... (11/02/2018, 00:59) Like (3) Dislike (1) Reply
    Father God help your bvi
  • de silent one (11/02/2018, 01:18) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    It's so disgusting as to the level of disrespect for human lives and law and order been displayed here. There are those in this community that know persons responsible for some of these violent crime, but what do they do NOTHING but condone and support by not saying anything until they becomes victim themselves.
  • Sic (11/02/2018, 06:38) Like (7) Dislike (17) Reply
    Let's start with labour stop issuing work permits and offer the young people jobs. BVI businesses now offering jobs to Asians. Long ago the people in government HR use to offer the young nene leaving school jobs. Parents and government to blame for the idle young hen on the streets.
    • See (11/02/2018, 08:17) Like (7) Dislike (1) Reply
      Stop making excuses for criminal acts
    • voiceofthevoiceless (11/02/2018, 08:35) Like (28) Dislike (0) Reply
      Oh stop the bull about no jobs while those in the construction industry say that labor is SCARCE. It is a tired and worn out excuse as these Thugs have chosen their path in life: FAST MONEY.

      How did we reach the point where people re so lawless that they would kill in cold blood right under the Police nose? Kill within a stones throw of a school that some of the may well have attended as a child? These are BEASTS as Humans have emotions and do care for life. This current generation is in trouble people and it was partially caused by the previous generation as they are far too many single parent homes without the positive FATHER figure in them. Kids from these homes then look for that outside the home but most times they find NEGATIVE influences in the streets. Then they are those parents who protect and accommodate their child's bad behavior instead of teaching them to be responsible for their actions. We need more positive mentorship programs that can reach out to the youth before they chose the streets and also reach out to those on the streets because they cannot all be lost yet. Conflict resolution should be taught in primary and high schools and we need to get serious about alternative trade education as one thing Irma should have taught us is that there is need for more skilled workers.

      Then there are those who remain silent when they know something. Blood is on your hands too and tomorrow it may well be on your doorstep. If you know something I beg you to call the Police Hotline and give them a tip. A shooting happened in broad daylight in Baughers Bay and people saw it but nobody talking why? We cannot be part of the problem. That shooting may well have led to this retaliation here. We cannot allow the bad men to rule our lives. Seriously.

      I am very interested in working on solutions to this problem. We cannot be held hostage in our own country. Enough is enough! My deepest condolences to the family of the deceased.

      • thank you (11/02/2018, 18:40) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
        @voiceofthevoiceless, Thank you for that truthful comment.There is so many jobs that these youths can get but they would rather sell their souls to Satan for the fast dollar. That fast dollar scheme always ends up bad, Jail or pushing up Daisies. Let me stay working in the hot sun making a honest dollar. At least I can lay my head on my pillow at nights and sleep good, not having a target on my back or have to be constantly looking over my shoulder. You said Beasts, I say Jungle rejects.
  • jungle (11/02/2018, 10:17) Like (1) Dislike (11) Reply
    G4L finally get tested and failed miserably,strength don’t come in numbers when you a set of cowards and bet my last dollar ntn comes out this because them boys is actors so the public should be happy
    • Curious (11/02/2018, 10:38) Like (4) Dislike (2) Reply
      I noticed almost every time there's mention of a shooting, this "G4L" keeps coming up. I am now wondering if there's a connection with the shooting at West end when Trinity was killed and I can only wonder what possible reason they had to shoot that child
  • G4L (11/02/2018, 11:26) Like (7) Dislike (6) Reply
    The cops know is them west man and bring man here to kill man them in strip club pulling and business shots the police know
  • MS20 (11/02/2018, 12:24) Like (3) Dislike (5) Reply
    @GFL, your rein is slowly coming to an end. Every one of you is going to go down soon for all the S=%t that is going on. Just remember, how big and bad you think you are there is always someone that is more big and bad. MS20 is about is about cleaning up the trash that is bringing a stain to this Country.
  • I wonder why (11/02/2018, 13:05) Like (13) Dislike (1) Reply
    it seems as if the people who started things like this never on the spot.The one who started this is in the US and one who started one in SKB dem say he in the USVI cause he can't go up in the Big USA as Jamaicans are looking for him but don't be afraid every dog got his day. Those who always send to get others killed are always afraid to die.But they can run but they can't hide. Many years ago one told me why I don't stop sweating for govt and come work for him and the amount of US dollars he had on him made me to envy him and I told him not thanks as when night comes I want to sleep and everyone around started to laugh how I knew that as everywhere he goestp sleep the slightest sound he hears he jumps even in the day. No grudge them with their fanciful life you ain't know how they come by it. As I was even told the pperson is a bit disabled now from a gunshot wound. Tell me about that. God is good let me stay with the govt job see
  • chad (11/02/2018, 13:32) Like (2) Dislike (2) Reply
    Right next to the police station. Might as well go inside the police station and kill them. How they get away when the police station is right there? surely they heard the shots.
  • justice (11/02/2018, 14:31) Like (3) Dislike (3) Reply
  • Utg man (11/02/2018, 14:57) Like (6) Dislike (2) Reply
    Untouchable G4L
  • Tsk Tsk (11/02/2018, 15:34) Like (9) Dislike (1) Reply
    Wsi still pay man to murk the man after he lowe them..
  • Well (11/02/2018, 15:38) Like (8) Dislike (2) Reply

    I wonder if b*rt know he commit suicide by default... money does transform the punk from high school to a bad man... hope that voodoo ring work tho... we GOING SEE

  • Irma deh don! (11/02/2018, 16:38) Like (12) Dislike (0) Reply
    Watch your friends that you smoke with and you joke with ;)
  • MS20 (11/02/2018, 16:54) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    @I wonder why, couldn't have said it better.No he can't step foot in the States because they are laying for his A%%. It does not matter what State he go to they are laying for him. Like you said, every mangy dog has his day. He better find a rock to crawl under because he can't hide out in the USVI forever. MS20 is going to reel him in soon.
  • z6ne (11/02/2018, 17:20) Like (3) Dislike (1) Reply
    Well we'll ayo come in our hood try a drive by feel it was ok high day my dawg goin recover tho best believe that #hituguysuponthewayhome
  • SOB (11/02/2018, 17:28) Like (3) Dislike (4) Reply
    Clown dudes shoot up my car on the way look at u now hahaha#whenwarstartmangetthrowdown
  • Round the pond (11/02/2018, 18:00) Like (4) Dislike (3) Reply
    @G4L wa airline or ferry company u work at too know west man bring in people smh love to put man in thing #trycheckyourmouth
    • Oh ummm (11/02/2018, 20:16) Like (6) Dislike (3) Reply
      Who ever it is name z6ne, sob, round the pond is obvious u is the same person we already know is west responisible for this hit so stop trying throw the heat elsewhere
    • G4L (11/02/2018, 22:02) Like (3) Dislike (4) Reply
      No one calling up west side man name you all want to be know u at the club loud and pulling gun in front of everyone u want your name out there every one sees u
  • (11/02/2018, 18:19) Like (9) Dislike (4) Reply
    @Well & NONE of ayo goin play round b*rt just a boat ride away we'll be at your door
  • Sonny boy (11/02/2018, 20:11) Like (2) Dislike (4) Reply
    Nephew you going down the wrong path

    You get scam with the voodoo ring

    See you VERY soon!
    • J.. (12/02/2018, 00:37) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
      Runway from here with da jokey talk buh voodoo ring see what soon your bed
  • Erick & son (11/02/2018, 20:17) Like (5) Dislike (2) Reply
    You know you done messed up right?
  • Yo vino! (11/02/2018, 20:19) Like (13) Dislike (0) Reply
    I love this site cause the comments get posted... ayo going stay #1 as long as ayo keep this up #thanks
  • Clown Side Inc (11/02/2018, 20:22) Like (4) Dislike (2) Reply

    All he had to do was continue to get money n live life being a “fake bad man” he aint had s#!t to prove now he @#$% up big time...

  • Blue crayon (11/02/2018, 22:28) Like (1) Dislike (6) Reply
    I know this youngin would of hot me up and put me in the spot light.. going just enjoy this time in trini for carnival and let the heat die down. Might pass by my witch doctor for a reup one time
    • @ Blue Crayon (12/02/2018, 09:16) Like (3) Dislike (1) Reply
      This got to be a real fan!! Your life can't be happy at all lolol
  • intel (11/02/2018, 22:39) Like (16) Dislike (0) Reply
    Don't blame the Police Commissioner for S÷%t going down. CUSTOMS is the one to blame. CUSTOMS allow guns to pass through for a price. Ferry workers allow guns through for a price. Every inlet leading to Tortola is wide open. The hit squads is coming in at nights from St.Thomas in speed boats, pull off the hits and leave.
  • Sanitized (11/02/2018, 22:53) Like (2) Dislike (1) Reply
    This pop SCREAMING! Laughing at all these comments! Them retainers BEENNN paid!!! It wasn't me!!! #ShaggyStyle
  • ... (11/02/2018, 23:01) Like (3) Dislike (3) Reply
    Ndp must go talk that too
  • Wsi (11/02/2018, 23:22) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    He gone from dealing bricks to shitting them over night
    • Nigh Run (12/02/2018, 08:05) Like (0) Dislike (9) Reply
      Sorry Mr. stevens i am for real.. never meant to make your mother cry i apologise a trillion times
  • @Clown $×@#% inc (12/02/2018, 00:50) Like (2) Dislike (6) Reply
    Ayo tola people must be $&÷@$% blind it there in yall face time run up on them dude Michael name callin for shooting SOB car.. the GIRL wa get shoot in the jeep west call his name in the hospital [COPS KNOW THAT] god knows wa else he bin into puillin out big guns at the club more than once yea so Yall keep off my lil cuz
    • nonsense (12/02/2018, 07:32) Like (8) Dislike (0) Reply
      How she gonna call HIS NAME, when she don't even know him? And she NEVER called any names so PLEASE stop putting the lady in y'all mix-up. Don't you think the lady went through enough loosing her child??? SMH
    • Strups (12/02/2018, 07:42) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      You still trying????
    • Talk Sense (12/02/2018, 08:24) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
      Ok so let's try to make sense of the garbage you posting. Now tell me if the lady called his name like you said, that would have been since last year, why didn't the police arrest him????I swear so me of you like to chat $hit and look attention while causing drama
  • Fed Up (12/02/2018, 01:42) Like (2) Dislike (1) Reply
    The people wa on this site running them mouth aint bout da life so ayo need stop calling up all kinda people name
  • G4L (12/02/2018, 07:44) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    Cops go to them West end man them have bigger gun then you guys
  • . (12/02/2018, 07:47) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    What you know bout we?
  • wow (12/02/2018, 09:09) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
    Yea.. ayo keep calling ppl name as if them man wasn't out here sticking up people and robbing them house!!
  • Geezee (12/02/2018, 09:26) Like (7) Dislike (0) Reply
    Ya'll really taking the heat off the real potential killers and putting it on a dude who wasn't even studying this man??
  • Intel/MS20 (12/02/2018, 14:46) Like (0) Dislike (1) Reply
    All you G4L saps think you have things under control but guess what, MS20 is watching every move you all make, every phone conversation you name it. We are more close than you think.The difference is we are the ones to bring peace back to the BVI. You will never know who we are. There are to many of us. We arePthe silent Phantoms.
  • concern (12/02/2018, 14:51) Like (5) Dislike (1) Reply
    If these blogs are true, and this murder was a retaliation to the shooting in Baughter's bay, this is my pleasto the family of that victim in Baughter's bay, please encourage him or her (since a name is not being disclosed) - dead man can't talk. If someone tried to kill you then, they will try again, and this cycle of vicious acts will never end.

    I will continue to pray for the parents of all these victims of gun violence.
  • Can it be Street justice (12/02/2018, 17:51) Like (1) Dislike (9) Reply
    If the word that's going around is true that one of those men shot was involved in the WEST END shooting, I would like to shake the hand of the "vigilante killer" who offed that child killer
  • de silent one (14/02/2018, 08:27) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    @Stupid Police, Maybe if you would do something more meaningful with your time and thoughts, in trying to make a positive contribution you won't make such FOOLISH comment/remark.
  • Rii (18/02/2018, 22:20) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    RIP Pup D

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